Hi this is Corey Dutton, I’m a private money lender and today I’m going to talk to you about, “private money explained.” Some of the questions that I’m going to answer for you today are:
- What is a private money loan or what is a private money lender?
- How is a private money lender different from a hard money lender?
- What are the typical interest rates that are associated with a private money loan?
- And what are a few ways that private money loans are used?
So what is a private money loan?
A private money loan is any non bank loan. So any loan that comes to you from a non depository institution.
Now, many people have a misconception that private money loans and hard money loans are two different things.
What’s the difference between a private money lender and a hard money lender?
Absolutely nothing!! I see it all the time, I see these videos online where these people are like, “why use a private money lender over a hard money lender?”
Again folks, a private money loan is any loan that comes from a non bank source, ok. So a hard money loan is just another type of non bank loan.
But why is it called hard money instead of private money? What’s the difference between private money and hard money? Like I said before, absolutely nothing!
They’re both non bank loans from a non depository institution. But why does hard money have that name, “hard?” It’s because a hard money loan is any loan against a hard asset.
WhatAre Typical Hard Money Interest Rates
what is the typical interest rate that is associated with a private money loan or non bank loan? The interest rates that are typically associated with private money loans are going to be a lot higher than your typical bank loan.
Usually the rates are going to range from as low as say 8% to as high as 18%. Yes I’ve seen them that high before.
And then finally, what are a few ways that people use private money loans? Well, most typically in my business, private money loans are loans against real estate.
But private money loans could be loans against any type of asset, any type of hard asset such as a car, such as gold.
Ok, those are just a few examples of hard assets that can be liquidated fairly quickly for cash. So
Hopefully I explained to you a little more about what is private money and how is it different from hard money.
The answer, the simple answer to that question is: absolutely nothing! There’s no difference!
And what you will commonly hear, you’ll hear this from other people, they’ll say something to you like, “Well you should start with private money lenders first and then if you can’t get a loan from one of them go to a hard money lender.” Well that’s wrong!!
The reason that’s wrong is because a private money lender is NOT your family and friends, and then a hard money lender is like me, an organized company with a website. No, no, no, no, no! It’s all the same, we’re all private money lenders.
So hopefully you learned something from this and that thing is: There’s no difference between private money and hard money.
If you have any questions about anything that I’ve said here, please leave them in the comments section below and I’m happy to answer you. If you found this video useful, or you liked it, please like it or share it. Thanks for watching!