Investor DSCR

Debt Service Coverage Ratio

Use Renovation Loans to Upgrade Your Home or Build Your ADU

Are you seeking to invest in or refinance an income-generating property? Explore our DSCR Investor Program today! Designed to empower investors with enhanced property cash flow, our DSCR (debt-service coverage ratio) financing option offers flexibility in qualification, with reduced documentation compared to traditional loans.

Discover how our DSCR Investor Program can boost your cash flow and bolster your rental portfolio:

  • Qualify using the property's rental income, with loan amounts ranging from $100,000 to $3.5 million.

  • Start with a FICO score as low as 620.

  • Available for various purposes, including purchases, refinancing, or cashing out.

  • Allowance for financing based on market rents from Form 1007 for purchases.

  • The option to finance under the name of an LLC.

Whether you're interested in single-family rentals, 2-4-unit properties, condotels, or building a portfolio of homes, our DSCR Investor Solutions could be the ideal resource to help you achieve your real estate investment goals. Contact us today to learn more!

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Reach out to us at 949-799-4329 and let's start this journey together.

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