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Fix and flip loans are a type of financing for investors who purchase properties to renovate them and resell them quickly. These short-term loans offer access to funds that can cover the cost of repairing and improving real estate investments before selling the property.

Interest rates for fix and flip loans are typically higher than conventional mortgage rates and repayment terms are often shorter. Still, this form of financing can benefit investors trying to make a profit flipping homes.

What Is a Fix and Flip Loan?

A fix and flip loan is a form of short-term financing designed to help real estate investors purchase and renovate a property. This type of loan typically has a higher interest rate.

A fix and flip loan is intended to provide investors with the funds they need to purchase a distressed or undervalued property, make necessary improvements and upgrades and sell the property for a profit within a short period. While fix and flip loans can be risky, they can also be a lucrative opportunity for skilled real estate investors looking to generate returns relatively quickly.

Fix and flip loans are best for experienced real estate investors who know how to identify target properties, understand the costs of renovating properties and can sell the updated properties quickly.

Fix and Flip

Short-term financing for the purchase & rehab of non-owner occupied properties.

Loan Amounts

Up to 2.5M

Loan Term

12-18 Month


Up to 70% LTV


1-4 Family; Condos; Townhomes: 5+ Unit Apartments; Mixed-Use

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