Fast Florida Commercial Real Estate Loans from Monroe Funding Corp

Monroe Funding Corp is a private mortgage lender committed to providing one-stop shopping for all home financing needs, including hard money lending.

This press release was originally issued by Release Wire

Fort Lauderdale, Florida — (Release Wire) — 07/08/2022 — A standard commercial real estate loan takes a long time to obtain. You may face lots of paperwork and weeks of delays to qualify, and the property may become unavailable in the meantime. Hard money loans are available from Monroe Funding Corp for real estate investors who need private capital.

The “hard” part of “hard money” refers to the physical object that will be used to secure the value of the loan. When a borrower fails on a secured loan, the lender can seize the asset in order to recoup its losses. Hard money loans, unlike traditional mortgages or other types of secured loans, have a quick and generally less demanding approval process, which makes them suitable if you need to make a purchase quickly.

Monroe Finance Company Commercial real estate loan in Florida Options are designed to help you build a long-term portfolio, add ownership to your existing business, or refinance to access your capital for future purchases. Their no-document commercial real estate loans are ideal for borrowers who don’t fit conventional banking models.

About Monroe Funding Corp.
Monroe Funding Corp is a direct equity lender serving clients in Central and South Florida. They specialize in first mortgages on non-owner occupied residential and commercial real estate investments, as well as other types of real estate loans. Their fast and flexible financing products speed up the closing process for clients. For more information on hard money loans, please call 954-419-3539 or complete the application.

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