Leading Brokerage Firm in Dallas, TX
GenWealth Capital Commercial is a commercial real estate brokerage firm in Dallas, TX. The company was founded to provide a streamlined process in obtaining financing for commercial real estate investors and developers.
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At At GenWealth, we work hard to help our clients reach their goals and find exactly what they are looking for, no matter what type of project they are trying to finance. Our Dallas commercial real estate brokerage firm has years of experience working with people in the local area and across the U.S. Our team has expertise in a wide range of financing areas and situations. We help investors and developers with commercial loans, construction loans, bridge projects, buy and hold programs, flip and fix programs, and much more.
Come to our Dallas commercial real estate brokerage firm for simple and easy financing for purchases, construction, building refinance, and more. One of our specialties is in financing projects that other lenders cannot. Choose us to make your next commercial project a reality. Our commercial brokerage firm has a nationwide financing network, so we can provide you with hard money loans across the nation, giving you exactly what you need in just about any situation. Contact our team today if you have any questions.
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What is a Hard Money Loan?
A Hard Money loan is mainly based on the value of the property as collateral and typically you can get a loan up to 75-80% of the property value. They are typically provided by Hard Money lenders. Usually, banks are interested in your credit scores and your income available to repay a loan. If you have a solid history of borrowing responsibly and the ability to repay loans (as measured by your debt to income ratio), you’ll get approved for a loan. Getting approved with a traditional lender is a painfully slow process – even with great credit scores and plenty of income. If you have negative items in your credit reports (or an income that is difficult to verify to your lender’s satisfaction), the process takes even longer and you might not ever get approved.
How do I get a Hard Money Loan?
Hard Money loans are typically issued by hard money lenders, private investors or companies. Interest rates for Hard Money loans are typically higher than conventional commercial or residential property loans. The positive of a Hard Money loan is that they tend to close faster; Typically between 15-45 days, depending on the complexity of the file. In addition, Hard Money lenders are typically more flexible than traditional banks and with most Hard Money lenders, the main strength of the file is the commercial property.
If you are tight on schedule and looking for a quick loan process with minimum paperwork, Hard Money Lenders are the way to go (almost same as you are purchasing with cash). Hard Money loans do serve a purpose to those who need money fast. Some of our Hard Money lenders are Asset Based, while Hard Money Lenders may require financial documentation from the Borrower. We have no documents, light documents, and full document programs. Terms vary but you can have very short terms up to three years with a variety of upfront costs.
If you have a commercial financing need, our Hard Money Lenders have a program for you. Whether you desire to purchase, refinance, or construct a commercial building, we are your best source for financing. Our lenders fund Hard Money loans nationwide.
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At GenWealth CapCo, you will not only get a commercial financing firm that has access to lenders, but you will get consultants that will make your process easier. What makes us different from other brokers is that we have formal credit training and backgrounds in commercial/business lending that can fully access your situation and find the lender that is suitable for you. Click the Contact Us tab at the top of the website, fill out the short form, and we can get you a Term Sheet within 2 business days. Foreign nationals are accepted.