Rental Property Loans
Optimus Capital’s loans are available for single-family homes, multi-family, and commercial properties.
We provide quick and easy access to financing at the most competitive rates on the market. Our success can be measured by the savings and flexibility we offer our customers.
Rental property loans enable you to buy homes to rent out for rental income or flip and sell for a profit. If you need to refinance a rental property we also offer financing for properties in need of a refinance.
Optimus Capital is a market leader in providing rental property financing throughout the United States offered in most states in the country.
What Is A Rental Property Loan?
A rental property loan is a first-lien mortgage backed by a single-family residence (SFR) occupied by a tenant rather than the owner.
The property must be ready to rent in order to qualify. The tenant usually has a one year lease with the owner of the property, but rental property loans can also be utilized for short-term rentals, such as vacation rentals. Our newest loan products now offer financing for Airbnb single family properties.
Rental property loans offered by Optimus Capital Inc in most cases are much easier to obtain than a traditional bank mortgage. Optimus Capital typically requires much less documentation in order to receive the loan. One of the major benefits is no tax returns are required in nearly all cases.
A down payment of at least 15% -20% on a single-family home is required to qualify for rental property financing. Depending if you have acceptable credit the terms offered to you could vary.
A 25% minimum down payment is required for multifamily rental property loans.
Rental property loans by Optimus Capital are now offered for rental properties which receive Airbnb income.
How Do Rental Property Loans Differ From Traditional Home Loans?
Interest Rates Differences
Rental property loans offer excellent financing solutions for single family property real estate investors. This rental property financing can be used for one single asset (SFR) or for an entire portfolio of rental properties.
Your career history and personal income were probably crucial to the lender when you applied for a home loan. Pay stubs and personal tax returns were almost certainly requested.
A local bank will most likely require you to represent that you are still employed in the same employment that you had when you started the loan procedure just before closing. However, we rental property loans at Optimus Capital the process will be much easier and painless. We will not be asking for pay stubs and will not need to verify your income.
We are offer rental property financing as well as give you the opportunity to refinance your rental property in a much more simplified manner. Our rental investment property loans are asset backed type of loans. This means that the process is much quicker and easier for you the real estate investor.
You’ll be asked for information that pertains to the subject properties which are in need of rental property loans. The items needed are the standard pieces of information that our team needs in order to perform your rental loan. Nothing more.
Reserve Requirement Differences
Anticipate showing that you have liquid cash reserves in addition to your down payment and closing fees.
The amount of reserves that need to be shown depends on which of our Optimus Capital Rental Loan Programs that you transaction is being conducted in.
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Rental Property Loan Requirements
Optimus Capital is more flexible on down payment requirements and interest rates if your entire financial profile is excellent and if you can show relevant experience. Getting approved for rental property financing requires a decent credit score, but it doesn’t have to be outstanding in order to be approved.
If you plan to put down 20%, you’ll need a credit score of at least 680. The minimum score is 660 if you can lay down 25% or more, while reserve requirements may be more significant the rental property loan approval will be much easier in most cases.
You might be able to qualify for a refinance rental property loan by using the property’s rental income as well as your credit score. Another important metric we look at is the current debt that you have on the property in comparison to the single family rental property’s “As-Is value”.
A six-month cash reserve is essential for repairing repairs and paying for unexpected rental property expenses. You are liable for upkeep, repair, and property holding fees if you own a rental property. Depending on which Optimus Capital Rental Loan Program your transaction falls into you may not need to show 6 months of reserves.
The amount of reserves you need depends on the sort of rental property loan you will receive.
Based on your credit score, you’ll need a 20-25% down payment on a single-family rental property. A minimum of 25% down payment is required to purchase a multifamily property.
All of the rental loans that Optimus Capital offers are non-owner occupied loans. This means that the single family property cannot be your primary and it must be an investment rental property. It cannot be owner occupied.
For first-time investors, deciding to purchase a rental property might be tough. Your first property acquisition can be simple, save you money, and help you build your business in the future with the help of a rental property loan.
There has never been a better moment to invest in a rental property than now, with real estate demand at an all-time high.
Advantages Of A Rental Property Loan
You can get complete control over an investment while spending less of your own capital with the help of a rental property loan.
The owner of a rental property has complete control over who leases the property, how much rent is collected, and where the property is purchased. By accessing a rental property loan you can leverage your capital and access ours to grow your portfolio.
Property values have been steadily increasing. Property values are predicted to continue to rise, implying that your return on investment will be even larger.
Home values in the United States have increased by 7.6% in the last year and are predicted to increase by another 6.4 percent in the coming year. With a stable economy, home values will continue to climb, and your rental property’s value will rise as well. More property values mean higher rent and more possible tenants, which means more ROI for you.
Buying a rental property comes with a slew of tax benefits that will save you money in the long term.
Even if your property is rising in value, depreciation is deducted for rental properties. Interest, repair charges, personal property use, insurance costs, travel expenditures, legal services, property taxes, and home office deductions are all eligible annual write-offs.
You can write off your insurance, mortgage interest, maintenance fees, and physical wear and tear on your rental property.
Depreciation may result in a nominal loss that you can deduct from other income. To put it another way, you may have a positive cash flow from rental income minus expenses but yet have a net loss for tax purposes. However, keep in mind that depreciation lowers the cost basis of a property when calculating capital gains when you sell it.
Landlords can deduct mortgage interest on all rental property loans without itemizing their own expenses. Investors can deduct other loan-related costs such as lender fees at closing in addition to interest. Contact your tax professional for further information.
We offer a variety of loan terms and rates to suit our real estate investors throughout the country.
For rental property financing, 15-year and 30-year plans are typical. The rental income collected from each of your tenants helps assist the real estate investor with positive cash flow on the property.
No more risky investments; your rental property is a tangible asset. You may take a hands-on approach to aid with profit margins and customize your investment property because you have complete control over improvements, tenants, rent, and more.
Rent is actual money; once you’ve paid the monthly expenses on the property, the remainder is positive cash-flow for the investor. The number of renters in the United States has gradually climbed since 2007, and this trend is projected to continue.
Consider the following scenario: You have $100,000 to invest in real estate. You have a choice with a rental property loan that requires a 20% down payment: you can buy one $100,000 property in cash or five $100,000 properties with a 20% ($20,000) down payment on each.
Diversifying your $100,000 investment over five properties lowers your risk. Instead of one SFR asset, you divided the 100,000 into five assets.
Rental property loans let you diversify your real estate portfolio and distribute your capital among numerous investments.
Leveraging Increases Returns
Leveraging other people’s capital to cover the majority of the cost of a rental property can enhance your cash-on-cash returns.