Tuttle & Company is a private money lender based in California. It has been in business since 1997, offering fast funding for non-owner occupied residential, commercial, mixed-use, construction, land, acquisition, and development projects. In this article, we cover Tuttle & Company reviews and rates. Ready to get started? Apply now.
Tuttle & Company
1728 Union St. Suite 306, San Francisco, CA 94123
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Tuttle & Company Rates & Terms
The Tuttle & Company rates and terms cover loan amounts that range from $200,000 to $65 million, interest rates of 5% to 12%, and an LTV of up to 85%. It has a processing fee of anywhere from $500 to $5,000 and an origination fee of 2 to 4 points, depending on the loan scenario.
Types of Properties
Single family residences
$200,000 to $65,000,000
Up to 85%
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5% to 12%
2 to 4 points, depending on the loan scenario
$500 to $5,000 processing fee, depending on the deal size
Three months to seven years
Non-owner occupied properties only
First and second trust deeds only
Typical Time to Funding
As early as three days
Other Financing Available
Fix and flip
Acquisition and development
*Exceptions may be granted. Lender information is updated often; however, exact lender terms may change.
Summary of Tuttle & Company Reviews
As of this article’s writing (November 5, 2019), there aren’t any Tuttle & Company reviews available online.
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About Tuttle & Company
With over 25 years of experience in real estate finance, we’re able to creatively fund our borrower’s property or development project. Our background and flexible lending capacity allow us to easily overcome the hurdles posed by the constraints and urgency associated with any loan transaction.
We have our own pool of proprietary investors, along with financial relationships with commercial lending institutions, to provide you with the most competitive terms. Our documentation requirements and loan parameters cater to most borrowers, even those who are not qualified for strict underwriting standards.