Real estate gap funding is essentially an interim loan used to temporarily provide financing for an individual until they can secure a more permanent solution. Otherwise known as a bridge loan, gap funding is traditionally used to “bridge the gap” between the moment a borrower needs money and when they can secure a long-term loan.
Due, in large part, to their short-term nature, gap loans are traditionally used by …Read More
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