Expert Financial Advice
With over 20 years of experience we’ll ensure
you always get the best guidance.
CMP works closely with you to explain the process, protecting you from making mistakes that could cost you later, and to ensure that your mortgage gets approved and you get the home that you’re so excited to buy!
If you already own your home but are looking to refinance to save money with a lower interest rate or possiibly take some cash out for any reason, we can help by making sure you structure your new financing to get the best possible deal.
What we Offer
Our approach is simple. We listen, we advise and provide financing solutions based on your personal situation. Whether first time home buyer, refinancing, consolidating debt or need a fast Portfolio Loan, Hard Money (Bridge Loan), Private Money, our highly experienced team of Solution Advisers can help make it happen for you.
Chatham Mortgage Partners, for over 25 years has served the Los Angeles area, providing a high trust approach to all customer lending needs, the Founder Joseph Chatham, instilled these core values during his 25 year tenure with the company, that is why today Chatham Mortgage Partners has helped more than Five thousand families and has built a reputation for success.
Frequently Asked Questions
I have bad credit or foreclosure, can I still get a hard money loan?
Conventional lenders such as banks will never lend to an investor with a recent foreclosure on his record, in most cases they won’t even lend to poor credit investors, no matter the reason, it’s just how these financial Institute work, and you won’t be able to get funding, at least for a set amount of time. Hard money lenders can fund bad credit investors in many cases as they are much more flexible and consider asset-based hard money loans in California and list the property value and the investor down payment as a major factor in assessing the loan.
Is having a financial partner better than hard money loans?
When real estate investors considers alternative funding sources to their projects, one such option is to get a funding partner, and while partnering up to fund a real estate property might be a good idea in some cases, there are many things to consider before doing so. The first and most obvious thing to consider is that with a partner you might give up some decision making control. It is also very common that the partner will ask for a payment of 50% of the profit once you sell your property, which is very expensive if you think about it.
How much do hard money lenders charge?
Hard money lenders charge interest rates and points for the money they lend. Usually the interest rate is between 8% – 12% and the points range between 2 – 4. Some hard money lenders also charge additional fees such as: processing fee, document fee and others. There are other costs the borrower will need to pay and they are: escrow, title insurance, notary and recording.
We have over 20 years experience providing expert financial advice.
Proven track record getting even hard projects financed
Our financial specialists ensure you get the optimum results.
Here’s what just some of our clients have said
Their advice and support has been first class, I can’t thank them enough for how they helped.
John Walsh — North Hollywood, CA
My firm has been greatly helped by the excellent work from Broker, you won’t be disappointed.
Nadia Lopez — Heuston, Texas
For financial assistance I can’t recommend Broker enough, I’ve been delighted by the outcome.
Jack Maguire — Manhattan, New York
Broker has been marvelous for my business, their professionalism has been exemplary.
Louise Smith — LA, California
Your trusted financial partner for life
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