Answer: We at DFW Specialty Lending will first analyze the borrower’s financial condition and ability to repay in addition to the scope of the project and the borrower’s level of experience. Having great credit is not a requirement, but credit is given consideration. The higher the collateral values to the requested amount, the greater the chance of approval.
Answer: The first step in applying for a loan is to complete the application provided and then email or fax it back to DFW Specialty Lending at email@example.com • 972-573-3301 / FAX for pre-approval.
Answer: Yes, repair costs can be added into the loan and will depend upon the agreement made and as long as the LTV stays under 70%.
Answer: Yes, closing costs can be added into the loan.
Answer: Yes, you can get approval if you have bad credit, foreclosures or bankruptcy but the ultimate outcome will depend on each individual’s situation and current financial position.
Answer: DFW Specialty Lending lends on single family homes (1-4) which are non-owner occupied.
Answer: If the appraisal report and clear title report are readily available, most loans close within 7-10 days of loan approval. Loans with DFW Specialty have been closed in as little as 24 hours.
Answer: Generally, our loan to value (LTV) is 65% but we have gone as high as 70% LTV.
Answer: Typically our minimum loan amount is $50,000.00; however each property and situation is unique. If an investor has a smaller loan request, please contact us with the details.
Answer: Yes an appraisal is required; however with substantial equity the appraisal requirement may be waived.
Answer: DFW Specialty Lending will consider an existing appraisal, but all appraisals are subject to review.
Answer: DFW Specialty Lending can pre-approve prior to placing a property under contract.
- Since we at DFW Specialty Lending want the project to be successful and for our investors to make a profit, the project and numbers must make sense.
- DFW Specialty Lending considers the investor’s experience, the property condition and needed repairs, the after repaired value (ARV) in addition to various other factors.