Personal Financing Solutions
Unsecured Personal Term Loans
Receive up to $300,000 in the next 5-7 Business Days
An unsecured loan is a loan that does not require you to put up items you own, such as your car or home, as collateral to qualify for the loan.
Approval for an unsecured loan typically requires an evaluation of your creditworthiness, income, and ability to pay. Unsecured term loans can be used to start, support, or grow your business.
• Rates As Low As 6.5%
• Low Monthly Payments
• No Collateral Required
• Fixed Payments
• Terms typically 5-7 Years
• 680+ Credit Score
• No Major Derogatory Credit Items In The Last 6 Months
• Verifiable Proof of Income
Unsecured Personal Lines of Credit
Receive up to $200,000 in the next 7-10 Business Days
Our unique strategy will allow you to receive an unsecured revolving line of credit through national lenders that want to earn your business. Use this capital for any purpose without having to pledge any sort of collateral.
Our team of professionals monitor our partnering banks’ underwriting guidelines as well as lending trends to ensure that you receive the highest approvals possible in the shortest period of time.
- 0% Interest For 6-13 Months
- Low Monthly Payments
- No Income Verification
- No Collateral Required
- Unsecured Revolving Credit
- 700+ Credit Score
- At Least 5 Years of Credit History
- Less Than 40% Debt Utilization On Credit Cards
- No Negative Credit Items In The Past 2 Years
Fix 'n Flip Residential Real Estate Financing
Fix-and-flip loans are short-term loans used by real estate investors to purchase and improve a property to then sell for a profit. These improvements range from minor renovations to a complete reconstruction of an existing home.
Fix-and-flip loans are used exclusively for residential real estate investments, so renovating a school, for instance, would not qualify for this type of funding.
In a fix-and-flip project, the property is often purchased at auction, through a foreclosure or a bank short sale.
A buyer may later try to sell the property “as-is” or may choose to add value by improving on the property before selling it. This is where fix-and-flip loans come in.
When a buyer decides to upgrade and resell the property for profit, fix-and-flip loans are typically used to cover the upfront costs of renovating the property.
What you can do with a fix-and-flip loan
There are several different fix-and-flip projects. Oftentimes, fix-and-flip investment offerings are diversified and can include the following:
Purchase: A borrower has the opportunity to purchase a property from a distressed seller at a deep discount and put it back on the market with some minor renovations.
Renovation: A borrower has the opportunity to purchase an old single-family house, for example, and renovate it to make it more appealing before quickly putting it on the market to sell. Renovations can include installing new kitchen cabinetry, replacing floor tiles, putting in hardwood floors, painting the house inside and out, and furnishing it with new appliances.
Construction: A borrower has the opportunity to purchase vacant land with a dilapidated single-family house on it, demolish it and replace it with a 2-unit residential house, with the intent to sell it.