Q: Do You Offer Private Money Loans for Owner Occupied Properties?
A: We have received requests and referrals regarding owner-occupied transactions. As of January, we are no longer taking new applications for residential properties where the borrower intends to live in the property as his/her primary residence.
This is due to new lending regulations on residential mortgages. The new rules don’t allow you to get a loan with Risky Features.
Here are a couple good resource links from the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB)
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