Hard Money Loans in Miami, Florida
There are 50 results for hard money lenders in Miami, FL. Note amounts average around $316,184. Rates on private loans issued to Miami investors average about 12.2%. The median loan issued in this city has a length of 24 months. The average origination fee charged on the loans is 2.6%. The median loan-to-value (LTV) for loans in Miami is 72%.
Loan Example 1
Bonita finds a condo in Miami, FL to remodel and sell. Since she does not have enough cash on-hand to purchase the $180,000 property outright, she decides to take out a hard money loan from Mountain Rock Lending . The lender agrees to make a note with a 85% loan to value (LTV) so they will extend $153,000 on the house. The deal also includes these features: 1) a 6 month length, 2) a 9% interest only note, and 3) a one point origination fee.
Therefore, the borrower will be required to contribute a $27,000 down payment plus pay a $1,530 origination fee. The lender will collect $1,148 in monthly interest from the borrower. This is computed by taking the full note value of $153,000, multiplying that by the 9% interest rate, and then dividing that amount by 12. If Bonita accomplishes her goal of a $270,000 sales price when the loan expires, she would earn a gross profit of $81,585 after repaying the principle on the note and subtracting the cash she contributed at closing, the origination fee, and the total monthly interest payments.
Loan Example 2
Axis Lending Corporation issues a loan to Lily for a rehab project in Miami, FL. The loan includes the following:
$210,000 sales price
70% loan-to-value (LTV)
6 month term
10% interest rate
1% origination fee
Lily intends to sell the house when the note expires for $315,000. If she achieves this goal, the deal numbers will be the following:
$315,000 sales price
- $147,000 loan principle (70% LTV)
- $63,000 down payment (30% on 70% LTV)
- $1,470 origination fee (1% of the $147,000 principle amount)
- $7,350 interest payments (6 months x 10% interest)
= $96,180 gross profit (doesn't include taxes or rehab costs)