Phoenix Property Developers is an Annapolis based private equity firm that buys and develops residential real estate. We seek to improve the community by acquiring houses that require substantial renovations in order to bring them back to life. We will also buy houses from motivated sellers who desire a quick cash settlement. We take pride in seeing the smiles on the faces of new home owners as we give them the keys to their brand new home and we take pride in knowing that we paid attention to every detail during our renovations.
Rehab loans,also referred to as a renovation loan, enables home-buyers to finance both the purchase and renovation of a home without applying for multiple loans.
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Now offering full Rehab Financing! A rehab loan, also referred to as a renovation loan, enables home-buyers and homeowners to finance both the purchase or refinance along with the renovation of a home through a single mortgage. The details may vary but on average we can offer points: 1-3.5, 8% interest only, 10% and a 10% down payment.
Tired of the low rates of returns on your bank CD's? Do you want to avoid the high volatility of the stock market and the fess charged by your broker or fund manager?
INVEST WITH PHOENIX
We are professional real estate investors that buy, rehab, and sell property. Our high-yield lending opportunity is the perfect resource to earn the returns you deserve. Earn a set interest rate, secured by real property using your savings, bank CD’s, credit lines, or IRA & 401k retirement accounts. Don’t settle for less! We can show you how to make your money work for you.
At Phoenix Property Developers we pride ourselves on not only finding the best deals for our customers and investors but also providing them with all the necessary information to make an informed decision.
Tim Asher2021-05-25T16:14:50+00:00December 6th, 2019|
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