Fix & Flip Cash-Out Refinance program

Fix & Flip * Cash-Out Refinance program 

Core Managed Portfolios

*First and Second Lien Private Deb*
*Preferred Equity Unsecured Investments
*Common Equity Projects
*New Development and Value Add
*Buy and Hold Stabilized Projects

With our broad experience across business lending and real estate investing, we can structure deals others would avoid. Where some see problems, we see opportunities. Just like you do.

NEED FUNDING? – Send us your scenarios. We are here to help and happy to view deals of any size.

Get Funding Now http://apply4funding.com/14831

80% LTV

65% ARV N

Nationwide Broker Friendly

5-7 day closings

6-24 month terms

Rates starting at 9%

3 hour Commitments

1-4 Family Residential

REO/Short Sale

Savvy 650 minimum credit score 2nd lien position available

Foreclosure Auction Specials

Bank REO’s/Short Sales – Quick

Mixed-Use & Commercial Properties

Commercial Bridge Loan Programs Available

Speculator friendly NonOwner Occupied Properties

Land Loan at 50% LTV

Ground up

This funding program works directly with banks and business lenders to obtain the best terms possible for each of our clients. We can help you access the capital you need to finance your business and realize your dreams.

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MKG Enterprises Corp ​Finance Lender/Broker

Department of Business Oversight License No. 60DBO-45224

1328 N Wishon Ave
Fresno, CA 93728

Toll Free 866-675-3933  Direct (559) 412-7248

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