A Private Lender for Real Estate Investments
Hard Money Loans Made Easy
Loan Type:Bridge Loan
Approval Time: 48 hours
Loan Purpose:Investment Property Acquisition
Loan Type:Renovation Loan
Approval Time: 72 hours
Loan Purpose:Fix and Flip Renovation
Loan Type:Construction Loan
Approval Time: 72 hours
Lot Purchase and Construction:New Residential Construction
Approval Time: 1 day
Loan Purpose:Refinance Existing Hard Money Debt
Backed by a second generation, vertically integrated real estate investment and services firm with over six decades of experience.
EMCAP is a private, ‘hard money’ lender specializing in short-term, first mortgage bridge financing for all types of real estate. We lend on non-owner occupied investment properties as a solution to investors that require speed and execution not found in traditional lending.
Our borrowers include house flippers, real estate developers, home builders, and commercial property owners. EMCAP is the private lending affiliate of Procaccianti Companies. With over six decades of experience and more than $10 Billion of transactions under our belt, you bet we know real estate – and we’ve made private real estate lending simple.
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We can approve loans in less than 48 hours, close in 7 business days, and fund draws in 1-3 days.
Common-sense underwriting, no tax returns or bank statements needed, no appraisals on SFR and Multifamily.
We have never backed out of a loan that we’ve committed to and 75% of our loans are with repeat borrowers.
EMCAP prides itself on fast, reliable service. Our staff is always accessible to assist with loans and loan scenarios.
Who Borrows from EMCAP?
EMCAP is a private, ‘hard money’ lender specializing in short-term, first mortgage loans for all types of real estate. We lend on non-owner occupied investment properties as a solution to investors that require speed and execution not found in traditional lending. Our borrowers include house flippers, real estate developers, home builders, and commercial property owners.
Our renovation loan is for investors looking to fix and flip or fix and hold a property. Our renovation loan program helps borrowers get in & get out of the deal quickly while maximizing profit. Unlike most lenders, we allow borrowers to act as their own general contractor.
Our niche is ground-up construction. We help home builders & real estate developers get through the construction process faster than a traditional lender. We will fund 100% of construction and interest is calculated only on the drawn balance, not the full loan from day 1.
We offer bridge loans to residential and commercial investment property owners who need a “bridge” to a sale or eventual refinance with a conventional loan. We lend on hospitality, office, industrial, and more. We have an experienced team of originators who specialize in commercial bridge loans.
Here are some recent transactions from our hundreds of successful loans.
Renovation & Cash Out
Trust is the foundation of great service
Traditional lenders simply can’t compete with our proven ability to underwrite loans and close quickly. Our principals have been in real estate development and lending for over 30 years. We know real estate and believe in helping borrowers create value to maximize upside.
EMCAP Lending News
Cash buyers always seem to have the upper hand, don’t they? The convenience of getting cold, hard cash directly in their pockets makes sellers favor those buyers who do not utilize financing to fuel their Fix and Flip projects.
The real estate market is one of the most surprising markets to have thrived throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The year of 2020 saw growth not only in the amount of home improvement projects seen across the country, but also in the amount of flipped properties being...
Fix and flipping should probably start qualifying as a piece of the American Dream, but how did we get here? As memories of the housing market crash of 2007 continue to fade, banks and other lending institutions are losing their bashful tendencies about lending out on fix and flip projects.