Do Hard Money will approve your Wisconsin asset-based loan by assessing the property not you as the borrower. A true hard money lender will base your loan approval on the investment property and the overall quality of the deal. Once we’ve evaluated the property, the LTV (loan to value) ratio of the deal will determine your loan amount. We can fund up to 70% of the ARV (After-Repair-Value)
Wisconsin Hard Money Loan Terms
The Wisconsin real estate market is one of the hottest out there and Do Hard Money is here to fund your next lucrative deal. We will help you get a Wisconsin hard money loan fast for your next REI deal or refinance property.
What Kind of Funding Is Available?
Up to 100% Financing Available
We fund up to 70% of the ARV
Minimum ARV of $70,000
No minimum loan amount
Maximum loan amount $250,000
Loan term 5 months
What Will It Cost?
Interest starting at 1.25% per month
Origination starting at 5.5%
No monthly payments
No and low cash to close options available
Gap financing allowed
No pre-payment penalty
Why Use DoHardMoney?
Full disclosure at time of loan offer
Proprietary foreclosure protection
No experience required
No minimum credit score required
Simultaneous deals allowed
Very impressed so far. With this much support, I feel very confident that I will be successful.
* DHM does not guarantee that each or any particular deal funded will result in profit
Wisconsin Real Estate Market Statistics (2015)
Known as “America’s Dairyland,” Wisconsin is full of natural beauty and historic landmarks. With its plentiful rivers, charming towns and excellent economy, Wisconsin has risen in popularity over the recent years. Over the past year alone, the average home value in Wisconsin has risen 4.2% and the average gross margin for home sales has rested at $63,650 in profits. This is an ideal time to invest in Wisconsin fix and flip properties. According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “Wisconsin’s housing market is having its best year in more than a decade, with both sales and prices on a steady rise.” There are many properties which can be found at lower prices in Wisconsin and as housing prices rise, your return on investment will grow exponentially once you sell the property.