Tag Archives: securing private loans

If Recession Comes, Here’s How to Move Forward

Economists have been suggesting a looming recession for several months now. You might even be of the mind that we are already there. But assuming we are not, recession could still be right around the corner. The possibility doesn’t necessarily have to worry you as an investor. Property investors have weathered recessions before. So have […]

Initial Information on a Hard Money Property Loan

Hard money lenders are private lenders offering a form of alternative financing when banks just won’t do. Here at Actium Partners, we are capable of funding a variety of needs. We specialize in real estate transactions among investors, real estate developers, and the like. Whenever we entertain a new project, there is some initial information […]

Borrower Pledges Real Estate to Secure Bridge Loan

It’s often said that if a business isn’t growing, it’s dying. But sometimes growth is constrained by an inability to secure funding from a traditional bank. This is where bridge loans from private lenders can mean the difference between failure and success. Here is sample situation where private lending offers an ideal solution. A borrower […]

Top 3 Advantages of Private Lending or Hard Money Loans

Private loans, often referred to as hard money loans or bridge loans, offer three significant advantages over conventional or bank-financing arrangements. Private lenders can fund quickly, within a flexible structure and without prepayment penalties that can unintentionally hinder the success of your business. Here are the top three advantages of hard money loans: 1. Rapid […]

Private Lending Pays Off for Seasonal Business

Securing funds from traditional lending institutions in the post-downturn economy can seem nearly impossible. That’s where private lenders like Actium can bridge the gap and provide resources where other avenues have failed. Actium worked with a company in a seasonal industry whose long-profitable business had experienced challenges during the Great Recession. As a result, traditional […]