We Make Hard Money Loans Easy

What is a Hard Money Lender?

A hard money loan, also called a bridge loan, is a specialized lending instrument designed to assist real estate developers and house flippers who want to develop or renovate a property quickly and then sell it for a profit. These short-term loans are not generally available from traditional lending institutions, such as banks, but are offered instead by private lenders, including Investor Loan Source.

Hard money lenders base their loans on the value of the property itself. This asset-based lending model uses an estimate of “after-repair value” to determine loan amounts and terms. Our team of real estate experts knows all the ins and outs of real estate values in your area. We know that a bridge loan (hard money loan) with a low interest rate and low money down requirements will leave you more money to fix and flip properties, minimizing your costs and maximizing your profits. Our speed and efficiency make us the perfect partner for your real estate investments.

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If you’re looking for funding for real estate investments, Investor Loan Source is your first and final stop. Whether it's your first buy and hold loan or if you’ve been working with real estate hard money lenders for a long-time, our team of dedicated experts are eager to get your call.

We Fund Projects in 20 States

Investor Loan Source (ILS) funds all of our loans in-house, which means we have less restrictions compared to other lenders. We are pleased to offer hard money lending for real estate investors in Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin.

Call us today at 409-735-6267 to begin growing your investment portfolio.


Nothing contained herein shall be construed and/or serve as an interest rate guarantee or lock, an unconditional loan commitment, an unconditional loan approval, unconditional pre-qualification, unconditional pre-approval, or any other unconditional offer or agreement to lend.