How is a New Construction Loan Different from Other Types of Hard Money Loans?
New construction loans differ from rehab loans in that the loan needs to accommodate the supplies, labor, inspections, etc. to construct the property — as well as the completed project.
Fund That Flip by the Numbers
$2.6 Billion+ in Loans
to scale businesses and transform communities
93%+ Repeat Borrowers
6,500+ Homes & Rentals
transformed, revitalized, and built throughout the U.S.
8,700+ Jobs Created
by funding real estate investors
Why Get a Hard Money Loan from Fund That Flip?
As you’ve probably already experienced, maintaining and growing a network of private lenders is time consuming and inefficient — and that network has limited finances. Give your business the advantage by working with Fund That Flip.
We’re a direct hard money lender with a diverse capital stack — which means we can fund your project, we can fund it fast, and we can continue funding it as each project progresses.
When was the last time your lender visited your jobsite? We have Territory Managers and Regional Sales Directors throughout the U.S. — many who invest in real estate themselves.
With private lenders, you can only take on as many projects as your network can finance. With us, bring us the good deals, and we’ll fund them. Many of our borrower partners double their completed projects when they start working with us.
Beyond our local teams, we have an entire in-house team dedicated to you and your business. We guide you through every step of the loan process, close faster than anyone in the industry, and make sure your draws are fast and accurate.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a condo or townhome?
A condo is an individual unit that resides in a building or community of buildings where the interior of the unit can be owned by an individual. Condo ownership generally includes a single unit and a fraction of the building. A townhome is a multilevel home that shares a wall with other townhomes where the interior, exterior and land can possibly be owned individually. Townhome ownership includes the building and the land itself.