HISTORY AND BIO
Since 2003, Monty Busch – Urban Coyote Funding has specialized in arranging debt for investors of real estate. What started as bank loans (mortgage broker ) for residential properties (and we still do those today) has evolved into raising private capital for use on commercial real estate AND residential properties for debt, equity and purchases.
Our group is both a lender (as we do loan our own capital) and intermediary to various small niche capital groups in Texas.
Today we are funding deals nationwide with select private funds and individuals. we look to make loans in top 25 cities.
Borrowers and brokers will find our approach refreshing as we transparent the throughout the process. We review quickly and move to close quickly if the deal is approved and doable.
Our Method and advantage:
Flexibility is our strength. Besides having control of capital, we also have a multitude of available resources and funds available. We are then better positioned to offer solutions for complex yet sound real estate projects and property.
Transactions for commercial and residential investment type projects can be far more complicated than the ordinary bank loan. For the owner occupier or developer, real world experience will give me an edge in finding the best deal for my clients.
Purchase portfolios, unfinished projects, distressed assets and more with private and institutional bridge money..
Land financing with private funds. Small loans in Texas and 500k greater in top 25 type markets.
Small Commercial Bank Loans
I. APPLYING FOR THE HARD MONEY LOAN : the process
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1. loan application -(use std. 1003 or personal financial statement with detailed REO Schedule)
3. purchase contract (executed) if purchase (if refinance, must know history -original purchase price and date)
Underwriter will review property and borrower and issue approval. (SEE MORE...CLICK)
II. SUPPORTING DOCS:
you have an executive summary clearly stating a loan request, use of funds and exit strategy.