Paying off your home mortgage is a time to celebrate! Then comes a time when you want to access that equity for some other purpose. You may want to pay off another loan, clear IRS liens, make renovations, or add more space to your home. When you go to the bank for a home equity loan, they turn you down because you have less than perfect credit or you have a previous bankruptcy on your record. If this has happened to you, come to AHL Hard Money Network for an equity-based hard money loan.(more…)
You may have worked hard to pay off the mortgage on your home over many years. Now you need some cash to do renovations or pay off other debt and the banks turn you down. If you are self-employed or have less than perfect credit conventional banks will often not provide you a loan. Is a hard money loan a good choice for you? AHL Hard Money Network says yes and here is why.(more…)
You spent years paying off your home mortgage, and now you want to use some of that equity for home improvements, to buy a vacation property, or pay off taxes. But, you have less than perfect credit or a previous foreclosure or bankruptcy on your credit report. The conventional banks turn you down — what can you do?(more…)
Many homeowners looking to refinance their homes are getting turned down by conventional banks. Their strict underwriting rules make it very difficult for self-employed, lower credit, or owners with previous foreclosures. AHL Hard Money Network offers you an alternative by providing loans that don’t rely on your credit rating or employment status. We offer loans by private investors who use the equity in your property to secure their loans. Our program is perfect for any homeowner who:(more…)
Refinancing isn't always easy. Did you know over 60 percent of applicants get turned down for traditional refinancing? Even if you have 100 percent equity in your home or property, it's paid off, and it's in great condition, you still may experience rejection. If you are feeling frustrated with refinancing, you can experience easy and hassle-free refinancing in Florida with AHL Hard Money Network. (more…)
Real estate agents and investors frequently use the term "free and clear" to talk about a home or property, but what does this terminology actually mean? Free and clear means there are no encumbrances or any legal matters that burden or restrict the transfer of property. When a property is free and clear, it is completely free of any liens or mortgages.