Many Canadians applying for mortgages and other loans are being turned away by banks. People who are rejected by banks, can ask a private mortgage broker about lenders in Hamilton. Hamilton private mortgage lenders have more lenient lending requirements than the major banks. As of October 17th, 2016 the major banks have increased the requirements for mortgages. This change has made it more difficult for the average Canadian to get approved. Our lenders are not subject to these same rule and can provide funding for your home, even if you have bad credit. Private lender interest rates are usually higher than a bank loan.
Our private mortgage lenders in Hamilton include companies and individuals who are looking to invest their own personal money. There is a lot of demand from lenders to invest in Hamilton real estate. Many private lenders specializing in specific geographic areas, such as the Greater Toronto Area. These private lenders will lend a minimum of $20,000 and typically for 1 year terms. When getting a loan from a private lender, the loan would be secured against the property. Private loan lenders do not consider credit score when lending money. Private mortgages lenders in Hamilton consider your home’s market value and the value of all loans currently registered against the property.
Loan to value (LTV) ratios are a key metric these lenders use, and it is equal to existing mortgages divided by the market value of the property. For example, if a house in Hamilton could sell for $100,000, and it had a $60,000 first mortgage, the LTV would be 60%. Most Hamilton private money lenders will lend on properties that don’t exceed 85% LTV, and in rare cases will go up to 90% LTV.
There are a few reasons why someone would need the services of a Hamilton private lender. These reasons include:
Many of these reasons would normally disqualify a person from being approved from a traditional bank loan. We specialize in getting mortgages for people with bad credit, and are able to help you qualify for a low interest loan after the private mortgage is ended.
Banks and other traditional lenders are known to have a lengthy approval process which takes weeks. Even when you provide a bank with everything they request, they will still take a long time to process the paperwork, which may put your plans to buy a house in jeopardy. One of our specializations is providing real estate financing in emergency situations. If you have a real estate deal that may fall apart if funding isn’t provided immediately, then you may want to look into our private lenders in Hamilton.
We have a extensive network of lenders in the Hamilton area, and our mortgage brokers have a lot of experience with the Hamilton real estate law firms. We routinely deal with difficult and time sensitive real estate transactions, including bad credit mortgages.
Average house prices in Hamilton have been rising dramatically in recent years, making the city very attractive to investors. The improved Go Transit service, the completed Red Hill Valley Parkway and the Hamilton airport are all reasons for the increase in property values in the city. Hamilton is moving away from the production of steel, and is a popular destination for people who are moving outside Toronto due to high house prices.
Private hard money lenders operate just like most other private lenders. Hard money refers to hard assets such as houses, commercial buildings, plazas, rental properties. Call our private mortgage brokers to find a hard money lender in your area. They can direct you to the best lender that can provide financing for you house or real estate. Private money lenders usually like to personally inspect the properties they lend on and will need to see financial statements if the money is required for commercial or rental properties.
Getting a loan for your home or another real estate project can be difficult without the assistance of a private mortgage broker. Our mortgage brokers can provide advice whether it is a home purchase or refinancing a commercial building. Refinancing commercial properties such as plazas, stores, buildings and mixed use properties takes longer to arrange. The interest rates for commercial properties is usually higher than interest rates for a house.
Having a bad credit score is not that unusual. If you missed a few credit card payments you can end up with a low credit score. Private lenders base their loans on the amount of equity in your home, not your credit score. The interest rate will be higher than the bank. The good news is that you can still qualify for loan even after the banks have turned you down.
If you have a low or poor credit score and you need to get a mortgage, lenders could classify your loan as a sub-prime mortgage. Other reasons for classifying a mortgage as sub-prime are not enough income to cover the mortgage payments.Also the loan to value ratio on the house could be too high. Sub prime mortgages are treated in the same manner as a bad credit mortgage. The sub-prime interest rate will be higher and they are usually short term mortgages.
We have mortgage agents that can come to your location, including Stoney Creek, Hannon, Binbrook, Freelton, Milgrove, Puslinch, Morriston, Rockton, Grassie, Smithville, Dundas, Waterdown and Caledonia. Our professionals can advise you on all of your mortgage options.