Private Money Loans

At Crestline, It’s Our Money, Our Rules

Looking to flip or rehab an investment property? Crestline Funding offers short-term loans for investors that renovate and repair properties and then sell them for a profit. With no upfront lender fees or prepayment penalties, our low-rate private-money loans are geared to increase your ROI.

At Crestline, we understand that things move fast in the real estate business so rehab loans must close quickly. As a direct lender, we can close your private-money loan fast to help maximize your profits. Whether you’re looking to refinance an existing property or need acquisition financing, Crestline will structure a loan that meets your needs.

  • Short sales and foreclosures accepted
  • Lending up to 65% of home value
  • All property types accepted
  • All credit considered
  • No cash out limit

Get Pre-approved Today

Apply Now

or Call 949-863-8600

Crestline Customers Always Come Back

I’d be happy to refer someone to Crestline anytime. We’ll be calling you again!

Steve Boyer, La Crescenta, CA

Crestline Funding is an Experienced Private Money Lender

When traditional commercial lenders aren’t flexible enough to meet your real-estate investment needs or cannot commit, experienced lenders turn to Crestline Funding’s Private Money Lending Program. Our loans are sold to private investors, self-directed retirement accounts, pension funds, and corporations.

At Crestline Funding, we don’t just underwrite, fund, document and service your loan we’ll stand by your side to provide guidance throughout the entire process. Our experienced loan officers understand the challenges posed when purchasing distressed real estate including short sales, trustee sales, REOs, and open market purchases.

To get started, send us your scenario to apply for a loan, get a quote or obtain a letter of interest.

Private Money Lending Requirements

To qualify for a private loan from Crestline Funding, investors are required to maintain a homeowners insurance policy that can cover the loan amount and costs incurred by improving the residence.