We have been doing this for a long time. With decades of combined real estate experience, our team knows what it will take for you to succeed on your next real estate investment project.
We don’t believe in one-size-fits-all loan packages. We pride ourselves on understanding the unique circumstances facing each of our borrowers and crafting a personalized loan solution that really works. Because, after all, our success depends on the success of each of our borrowers. We are firmly in your corner!
One of the ways that we are able to set ourselves apart from our competition and create value for our clients is by offering creative financing options including Non-Dutch interest on repairs.
What exactly does Non-Dutch mean and why is it important?
Non-Dutch refers to the way interest is calculated on a loan. There are generally two parts to most real estate investor loans—the purchase price of the property and the repair budget. In Non-Dutch loans, the repair money is assessed interest only as it is disbursed to the borrower rather than right up front. This lowers your interest payment and saves you money in the long run.
For repair budgets above $75K, NavCap uses the Non-Dutch method to put together our loan packages. Since this is not necessarily the case with other real estate lenders, it pays to shop around.
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