What is “Transactional Funding” And How Does It Work?
Transactional funding is a short-term loan used by Real Estate Investors to purchase an investment property, which will be resold for a profit.
The loans are secured by a first deed of trust and underwritten based on the value of the property, the structure of the transaction, and the strength of the borrower.
Transactional Funding is also referred to as:
- Flash CashHard Money
- Wet Funding or Wet Financing
- Short Funding or Short Financing
- Short Sale Funding or Short Sale Financing
- Double-Close Funding or Double-Close Financing
- Back-to-Back Funding or Back-to-Back Financing
- Simultaneous Funding or Simultaneous Financing
- Temporary Funding or Temporary Financing
- Transitional Funding or Transitional Financing
- Gap Funding or Gap Financing
- Interim Funding or Interim Financing
- Bridge Funding or Bridge Financing
- Transition Funding or Transition Financing
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