Why Are Loans In An LLC So Hard For You To Get?!? | Mentorship Monday

When it comes to obtaining financing for investment properties, an LLC loan is often the preferred choice. LLC loans are attractive to investors because they offer access to a wider range of financing options, provide added protection against legal liabilities, and can offer more favorable terms and conditions than other types of loans.

An LLC loan is a type of loan that is taken out by a limited liability company (LLC). The LLC is a legally-recognized business entity that offers the owners limited personal liability protection. This means that if the LLC is sued or incurs other legal liabilities, the owners’ personal assets are not at risk.

When taking out an LLC loan, the LLC is listed as the borrower on the loan documents and any legal liabilities are the responsibility of the LLC. This makes it easier for the LLC to qualify for the loan and also offers added protection for the owners of the LLC.

Unlike other types of business loans, LLC loans are not limited to certain uses. They can be used for a variety of purposes, such as purchasing real estate, funding business operations, or investing in new equipment. They can also be used for more speculative investments such as venture capital.

In addition, LLC loans often come with more favorable terms and conditions than other types of business financing. They generally have lower interest rates, longer repayment periods, and more flexible repayment terms. This makes them an attractive option for investors looking to maximize their returns.

Key Points:

• LLC loans offer access to a wider range of financing options
• They provide added protection against legal liabilities
• They can offer more favorable terms and conditions than other types of loans
• They can be used for a variety of purposes, such as purchasing real estate, funding business operations, or investing in new equipment
• They generally have lower interest rates, longer repayment periods, and more flexible repayment terms

People Also Ask:

Q: What is an LLC loan?
A: An LLC loan is a type of loan that is taken out by a limited liability company (LLC). The LLC is a legally-recognized business entity that offers the owners limited personal liability protection.

Q: What are the benefits of an LLC loan?
A: The benefits of an LLC loan include access to a wider range of financing options, added protection against legal liabilities, and more favorable terms and conditions than other types of loans.

Q: Can an LLC loan be used for investments?
A: Yes, an LLC loan can be used for a variety of investments, such as venture capital.

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Here is Rob’s question in his own words:

I saw your LLC video today. I thought it was great overall and I agree
with every bit of your advice. Good stuff!

When I was working on my 1st and 2nd properties (I have 5 now, also all in
jersey) and navigating this new world, I had some of the same questions. I
did research as best I could and did the best I could.

However, I think something that no one really seem to talk about, which in
my opinion is HUGE, is financing thru an LLC. Traditional banks don’t seem
to lend the same to an LLC as opposed to personal investment. Some claim to buy under your personal, then transfer to an LLC, but there are risks to
that. The difference in financing terms could really swing your ROI
sometimes to the point where it’s a BAD deal. 30yr fixes vs 25 variable?
Maybe 30yr fixes but 2 points higher interest? These really impact the
numbers. To me, this is a much more applicable topic to talk about rathe
than a liability, which is obviously super important, but less likely to
have as much of an actual impact then the financial implications (unless
you get sued of course).

Anyway, I would love to get your perspective and comments on that! I’m sure
the rest of your viewers would too.

Cheers,
Rob

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