Hard Money deals - when can you re-fi? - Posted by george from raleigh

Posted by dallas allbritton on January 09, 2001 at 07:32:13:

Yes it does. If you are in a Land Contract or Contract for Deed be it recorded or not, the same principles apply.

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Hard Money deals - when can you re-fi? - Posted by george from raleigh

Posted by george from raleigh on January 03, 2001 at 07:28:28:

It occurs to me that if a newbie (like me!) finds a suitable property and uses hard money to close fast, that might be a good way to do no money down deals. But you would want to re-fi as soon as possible with a more conventional lender if you were keeping the property. Would the lender at that point want cash in the deal, or would they simply re-finance based on the equity in the deal, not the cash?

george

Re: Hard Money deals - when can you re-fi? - Posted by Dallas P. Allbritton

Posted by Dallas P. Allbritton on January 04, 2001 at 11:20:11:

Hello George :slight_smile:

Most lenders want 6 -12 months ownership (seasoning) before they will allow you to us the appraised value. You typically can do a rate and term refinace based on the purcahse price plus the cost (documented) of any improvements made.

HOWEVER I have a program where you can refinance with no time of ownership at 75-80% of current appraised value.

Re: Hard Money deals - when can you re-fi? - Posted by mike

Posted by mike on January 08, 2001 at 23:02:28:

Does your program apply to land contract aquisitions as well. I have a few I would like to refi.

thnx