Hard Money Loans in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA has 50 hard money lenders serving the city. The median loan amount is $315,000. Rates on loans made to Philadelphia investors average 12.6%. 11 months is the median term for notes issued in this city. A typical loan issued in this city includes a 3.2 percent origination charge. Lenders typically offer a 76% loan-to-value (LTV) on deals in Philadelphia.
Loan Example 1
Leo finds a duplex in the Fairhill neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA to flip and resell. Since he does not have enough cash to purchase the $290,000 project outright, he takes out a private money loan from J & T Finance Corporation . The borrower will need to bring 45% of the sales price in cash to the closing based on a 55% loan to value set by the lending company. This makes the principle amount from J & T Finance Corporation $159,500. The terms of the loan also include a four percent origination fee that will be paid at the closing and a 6 month, interest only note with a 13% interest rate.
Leo will have to contribute $130,500 at closing (45% on the 55% LTV), plus he will pay the $6,380 origination fee. he will then pay $1,728 per month to J & T Finance Corporation . At the end of the loan, he sells the renovated property for $391,500. After deducting the $10,368 in interest payments ($1,728 multiplied times 6 months), the $6,380 origination fee, the $159,500 principle on the loan, and the $130,500 he brought to the closing, he will earn a gross profit of $84,753 ($391,500 price minus $306,748 in total costs). This amount would then be reduced by any renovation costs paid by the borrow.
Loan Example 2
Kyle finds a property in the Society Hill area of Philadelphia, PA to renovate and resell. Since he does not have enough cash to buy the property outright, he takes a hard money loan from Fair View Investments with the following parameters:
a) A $340,000 sales price, b) a 65% loan to value (LTV), c) a 12 month term, d) a 11% interest rate, and e) a 2% origination fee.
Kyle intends to sell the house when the note expires for $459,000. If he accomplishes his goal, the outcome would be the following:
$459,000 sales price
- $221,000 loan principle (65% LTV)
- $119,000 down payment (35% on 65% LTV)
- $4,420 origination points (2% of the $221,000 principle)
- $24,310 interest payments (12 months x 11% interest)
= $90,270 total profit (does not include taxes or rehab costs)