Tag Archives: real estate

Is Hard Money Right for You – 5 Questions to Ask Yourself

Your typical bridge loan or hard money lender is willing to entertain any inquiry, within reason. At Actium Partners, there are those opportunities that interest us more than others. There are also opportunities we will never look at beyond the initial inquiry. We are not alone. Private lenders across the country are very discriminating about […]

An Example of How Hard Money Can Help Real Estate Investors

Actium Partners is thrilled to be able to work with clients in Salt Lake City and throughout Utah. Our hard money and bridge loans have helped countless clients fund projects over the years. We have worked with developers, small business owners, and other organizations. One of our favorite types of clients to work with is […]

3 Common Exit Strategies for Hard Money Loans

Borrowers looking for hard money loans from Actium Partners are expected to come to the table with an exit strategy. An exit strategy is a plan to repay what is borrowed, on time and according to loan terms. Lack of a solid plan could easily mean a loan application is rejected. The good news is […]

Does Hard Money Make Sense for Buying Multi-Family Properties?

Here at Actium Partners, we have plenty of opportunities to work with real estate investors looking to obtain new properties. Some of those investors are looking at multi-family properties, like apartment buildings. The question is this: does hard money makes sense for buying these properties? Multi-family properties come in all shapes and sizes. There are […]

Case Study: Condos in Moab

One of our more recent loan deals came by way of an investor who needed fast financing after another lender could not fund. We had the opportunity to quickly assess the client’s collateral and create a suitable loan to get the deal done. These are the sorts of cases we specialize in here at Actium […]

How We Helped a Real Estate Firm Overcome a Roadblock

Hard money lenders like Actium Partners exist for one purpose: to do what banks cannot do. We loan money based primarily on collateral rather than personal credit history and other traditional factors. Furthermore, we do what we do quickly. Speed is one of the primary factors separating hard money from traditional bank lending.   A […]