An aspiring real estate investor needed a quick, short-term loan to purchase a single-family residential investment property in the San Diego area. The borrower secured the purchase at a below-market price and planned to make cosmetic improvements to the property for resale. The purchase price...
An experienced real estate developer and repeat client finished the construction of a 13 unit luxury apartment in the community of Mission Hills of San Diego, CA. The construction loan of approximately $3,000,000 had matured. The borrower’s objective was to refinance and leverage as large a...
A repeat client and experienced real estate investor had an opportunity to purchase a single-family residence in El Cajon, CA as an investment property at below market value. The plan was to add value by converting a garage into a detached ADU (Accessary Dwelling Unit) and hold as a rental...
A real estate investor had an opportunity to purchase a single-family residence in the San Diego area as fix & flip investment property and needed to close within a week. Fidelis Private Fund moved fast and provided a $405,000 short term 1st Trust Deed or a 70% LTV ratio.
Fidelis Private Fund moved fast and funded a $250,000 short term 1st Trust Deed loan structured with a $100,000 initial advance with the $150,000 held for the remodel and improvement costs.
Fidelis Private Fund was able to move fast and closed a $415,000 short term 1st Trust Deed loan on the duplex and cross-collateralized the loan with the apartment to provide the funds to purchase and rehab the duplex or conservatively at a 57% combined loan to value.
Fidelis Private Fund arranged the $7,200,000 permanent loan with a Life Insurance Company at a competitive 4.25% interest rate fixed for 20 years and fully amortized.
An experienced mortgage broker who is also a Fidelis client was in the process of providing conventional financing for the purchase of a $410,000, single-family investment property for one of his clients. Just before closing, the lender was not able to perform. The borrower needed another lender...
The Fidelis Private Fund loan helped the borrower access cash equity in a property that was owned free and clear, allowing him to use the proceeds to profit on another investment opportunity.
The Fidelis Private Fund stepped in to help the borrower acquire an underperforming asset creating immediate equity with the purchase price less than the ‘as is’ market value. Also, once stabilized occupancy is achieved considerable value will be added.
Fidelis Private Fund closed a $250,000,000 short term 2nd Trust Deed loan. The income approach to value once stabilized as a for lease parking lot results in a conservative market value of over $2,000,000 or a 44% LTV ratio (combined 1st & 2nd).
A referral from a repeat client was in escrow to purchase a stand-alone industrial warehouse/office building in an industrial park that would eventually be an owner-occupied, single-tenant property. The borrower wanted a lender that would perform and make it an easy loan process.
Fidelis Private Fund, provided a 1st Trust Deed, three-year loan of $650,000 or 68% LTV. The exit strategy is a refinance with a conventional lender once it is owner-occupied and stabilized.
The Fidelis Private Fund loan helped the borrower achieve immediate equity in the property. Also, by the purchase of the third of three adjacent parcels, there was considerable value created as a whole with significant profit potential for the borrower.
An experienced real estate developer/repeat client was in escrow to purchase an entitled and improved commercial land parcel for $3,150,000 in Cota de Caza, CA, a community east of Mission Viejo in Orange County. The borrower plans to construct approximately 18,000 sq.ft. of commercial space in...
The challenge was the 17 units were master leased by one tenant providing housing for their clients. The borrower needed to buy out a partner and at the same time, capitalize on today’s low-interest rates to improve the property’s net cash flow.
Fidelis Private Fund provided a $550,000 short term loan or 69% LTV. The borrower plans to remodel and expand the SFR and develop the adjacent vacant lot (separate parcel) with a detached SFR.
Fidelis Private Fund arranged the $1,153,000 permanent loan with a lender in the low 4% interest rate range and 52% loan to value ratio.
A client needed to refinance existing higher-cost debt with a lower interest rate on a six-unit apartment in Ocean Beach. Fidelis Private Fund arranged the $1,690,000 permanent loan with a commercial bank at a competitive interest rate and 65% loan to value.
A client needed to refinance existing higher-cost debt with a lower interest rate on a single-family residential investment property with a detached additional dwelling unit (ADU) in Escondido, CA. The borrower wanted a conventional lender at the lowest interest rate possible.