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What is a hard money bridge loan?

Answer:

A hard money loan or a bridge loan can be used separately to signify a flexible loan extended very quickly under special circumstances.

Sometimes, they will be combined in meaning and referred to as hard money bridge loans, since they are both fulfilling a special need for quick financing for the customer.

On the whole, the need for a hard money bridge loan arises when a customer's property or business is in transition. The customer is expecting to either gain from the property currently financed, or is expecting permanent financing to arrive from some place else within a year or so.

It is a lot convenient to approach a hard money bridge loans lender for a quick financing with higher rates for, say, 2 years, than go through slower conventional bank loan underwriting, filing a lot of paper and taking a long-term loan you won't need.

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