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Non-Warrantable Condo Loans

Low interest conventional financing on condo projects.

We Can Help Finance Your Dream Condo

As an expert Non-Warrantable Condo Lender, we understand the excitement of owning your dream condo and the disappointment of finding out that you can’t obtain financing because the condo is in a Non-warrantable condo project. We specialize in working around these issues and providing financing for non-warrantable condo projects.

Our most compelling loan offer is conventional financing with low-interest rates on non-warrantable condos with high investor concentration. This means that even if your condo complex has too many investor units, you can still enjoy the benefits of traditional financing.

We have a proven track record of helping our clients finance their dream condos, as evidenced by our positive client reviews. As an experienced Non-Warrantable Condo Lender, we are dedicated to providing personalized and affordable financing solutions to help you make your dream of homeownership a reality.

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I’ve worked with Jay Hurst on several loans.  Jay is extremely knowledgeable and helpful, and was able to advise me on the options for my recent purchase. Great guy to have on your side, and great rates!

Kevin B.

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Hurst Lending was very easy to work with and stayed in constant contact with me throughout the loan process so I never had to wonder what the status of the loan was.

Naomi R.

Reviews

Hurst Lending
4.9
Based on 60 reviews
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Why Use Our Services?

Make a Smart Move

Non-Warrantable Experts

Low Down Payments – Just 5% Down

Credit Score as low as 620

Investor Concentration = no problem

Condotel = Ok

CONVENIENCE

Quick Decisions

No Unnecessary Red Tape

Quick Closing

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“Football’s hard.
Moving doesn’t have to be,
Get a Condo Loan Today.”

 

Dat Nguyen, Hurst Lending Investor
Former Pro Football Player & Coach

QUESTIONS?

Call 1-877-405-3465

What is a Non-Warrantable Condo?

nonwarrantable condo is a condo that doesn’t meet Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae’s underwriting guidelines. Examples include projects that have too many real estate investors, unpaid condo dues, inadequate insurance, and other similar issues. If a project fails to meet any requirements, any loan offered for this type of condo project cannot be sold to these government sponsored entities.  When a condo is nonwarrantable, finding financing can be a real challenge and that is where we can help. 

Our Most Compelling offer for Non-Warrantable Condo Projects is that we can provide you a low rate conventional loan even if the condo is located in a non-warrantable condo project as long as you are: (1) purchasing the home as your primary residence and (2) the reason the condo complex is non-warrantable is simply because the project has too much investor concentration.  

Not Just Lenders - Problem Solvers!

Great Rates

Lots of mortgage lenders can offer a good rate on a conventional loan. We can too – in fact, our rates are some of the best around.

Unique Solutions

The difference? Hurst Lending finds ways to make the deal work when your mortgage needs are outside the “conventional loan” box.

About Hurst Lending

We have been helping our customers buy, sell, and refinance their homes since 2006. Our personalized approach to the home buying process includes a suite of services that solve common hurdles in the home buying process.  Have you ever experienced the frustration of trying to buy before you sell; Losing your dream home in a bidding war; Trying to get a No-Seasoning Cash-out loan; Being unable to obtain a mortgage because your new or old house needs modest repairs; or simply because you prefer using our funds to close quickly without having to liquidate other investments?  Our Industry-leading suite of short-term loans solves these issues.  We also offer a suite of real estate investor loan products and a full suite of conventional, VA, FHA, construction and traditional home loans.

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