Loan Programs Designed With You In Mind

We offer a variety of loan programs across the country that are tailored to your needs as a real estate investor. Click on one of the programs below to learn more.

Designed for investors looking to buy a property, renovate it, and resell it, all within a 13-month period.

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For investors seeking to build a rental property portfolio or own a single rental property to serve as a source of monthly cash-flowing income.

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A program created for those who want to purchase or refinance a multifamily property — comprised of 5 or more units — in need of value-add rehab or currently turnkey ready.

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Simple and Fast Application Process

If you’re ready to get the financing you need, click the button below and fill out our simple, two-minute long application. Once you’ve finished applying one of our NMLS licensed operations analysts will reach out to begin the underwriting process. If you would like to get more information about our loan programs feel free to contact us — we’d love to answer any questions you may have!

Lima One Capital, LLC. NMLS ID # 1324403, 201 E. McBee Ave. Suite 300. Greenville, SC 29601. Lima One Capital, LLC is not currently licensed in AK, ID, ME, MT, ND, NV, SD, UT or VT. Lima One Capital, LLC is licensed or exempt from licensing in all other states. Minnesota: This is not an offer to enter into an agreement. Any such offer may only be made in accordance with the requirements of Minn. Stat. §47.206(3). Lima One Capital, LLC is licensed in Arizona as a Mortgage Broker (License No. MB-0936439) and Mortgage Banker (License No. 949706). Lima One Capital, LLC is licensed as a California Finance Lender under Department of Business Oversight (License No. 60DBO-45834). Lima One Capital, LLC is licensed in Florida as a Mortgage Lender (License No. MLD1555) and Mortgage Servicer (License No. MLD1662). Lima One Capital, LLC is licensed in Oregon as a Mortgage Lender (License No. ML-5397). Annual percentage rate may be increased after fixed-rate period expires. Loans are subject to additional underwriting criteria.