FAQ

 
 

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Full Force Funding offers several loan programs to our clients to meet their various investment financing needs. Below are some commonly asked questions. Give us a call to learn more about our loans.

What type of loan products do you have?

We offer loan solutions for real estate investors of all types, long-term and short-term, residential and commercial. Whether you are stabilizing an apartment complex, building a spec home, or taking over a cash-flowing neighborhood center, we have something for you.

Do you work with first time investors?

We all have to start somewhere! We do lend to first time investors, although in order to reduce the risk, we will lend at reduced leverage. This means you’re likely to need a 20-25% down payment for a residential property and a 35% down payment on a commercial property.


How do I know If I qualify for financing from Full Force funding?

While each loan is circumstantial in nature, there are a few minimum requirements that must be met. In order to qualify for financing, we like to see a FICO over 620, although the higher the score the better. When it comes to your background, any financial-related crimes or felonies at any point in time, or bankruptcies or foreclosures in the past 5 years, will disqualify you.

While those are the minimum requirements, we do look at the loan file holistically to assess risk and determine qualification.

Which states do you lend in?

We can provide financing in any state you choose to invest in, but do have a strong focus on California, Texas, Florida, Illinois and the Northeast.
 

Do you report to credit bureaus?

Our short term bridge loans are not reported to credit agencies. If we’re working together on a commercial loan or financing for a rental property, your loan may be reported to the credit bureaus. We have a variety of investors that fund these types of loans, therefore not all are handled exactly the same from this perspective.

Any other questions?

Get in touch with us! We love to talk real estate, no matter the project.