Welcome to BankREOGuide.com – your comprehensive online resource for information related to the purchase and finance of a bank owned REO home.
Our national lender directory features private hard money rehab lenders who finance residential and commercial real estate in all fifty states.
We cover over 300 private money mortgage lenders, discussing their lending programs, services, processes, fees, history and management. You can browse these lender profiles and find the right rehab lender for your real estate project.
- Bank Owned Homes (REO)
Real estate investors and new home buyers can find great deals among the inventory of bank owned homes. These properties offer great equity at an affordable price.
- Residential Foreclosure Properties
Real estate foreclosure auctions are a great opportunity to pickup undervalued real estate provided the investor is well versed with the foreclosure laws, process and the risks involved.
- FHA 203(K) Loan Programs
Residential homes for primary occupancy can be purchased or refinanced with provision for renovation expenses with a FHA insured section 203 (k) / Streamline rehab loan.
- Mortgage Interest Rates
The current mortgage rates are at an all time low. Stay up to date with all the interest rate updates and trends.
- Real Estate Investing
Real estate investment strategies, processes and new developments explained in detail for novice investors and property buyers.
- Hard Money Lenders
Successful completion of rehab projects involves partnering with a right private hard money lender with flexible lending guidelines. Browse our directory of hard money lender profiles for finding a suitable lender for your funding needs.
- Hard Money Loans
The lending terms on hard money loans offered by private money lenders vary according to the individual lender’s own underwriting standards and requirements.
- Tools, Forms & Documents
All the tools required to be successful at commercial or residential property investing is covered in this section. Useful forms and documents including the officially mandated formats and brochures are all assembled in this regularly updated section.
- Mortgage FAQs
Due to the ever changing lending landscape because of the financial crisis, it is more important than ever for lending professionals, brokers, agents, investors and borrowers to stay on top the latest changes. Our expanding mortgage lending FAQs will try to keep you informed and current.