The market is still looking incredibly favorable for both house flippers and buy and hold investors. Around the country, home prices are steadily rising while the unemployment rate remains low, and people are feeling more confident about entering the housing market for the first time. At the same time, rents are on the rise, which means that landlords are making exceptional profits (and enjoying great tax benefits).
If you’ve been toying with the idea of investing in the housing market, or if you’re an experiences house flipper looking for more cash flow, ZINC Financial is offering a promotion to help push your plans forward this summer.
From now until June 30, 2016, ZINC is offering a 9.99% rate on new residential rehab loans. These loans come with a 1.5% fee, a nine month term, and all of ZINC Financial’s normal underwriting. This offer is valid on loan of $250,000 or more.
We are also offering a promotion on rental real estate investing loans. Through the end of June, we’re offering our buy and hold loans at a rate of 6.99% for 48-month fixed loans.
ZINC’s house flipping loans are some of the most competitive and well-respected in the business. We routinely fund new loans in seven to ten business days, and sometimes faster. We also provide preapproval on loans, giving our clients an essential bargaining chip when making offers on new investment properties. Our commitment to service has helped us cultivate mutually beneficial relationships with our clients that have lasted for years.
We enjoy working with both novice and highly experienced investors. With new investors, our goal is to be as helpful as possible, providing resources and guidance so that you can enjoy a long and prosperous investment career. With more experienced house flippers and rental real estate investors, we strive to provide loans that are as favorable for you as possible, befitting your years of experience.
Learn more about ZINC Financial’s loan programs, as well as our current promotion by giving our office a call at (559) 326-2509. Remember to ask about our new Joint Venture program, as well.