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Investment Property Loan

An Investment Property Loan from NASB allows qualified borrowers to purchase second homes, rental properties and commercial real estate.

Key Features

Minimum 15% down

Qualify with employment history, credit score and DTI

Purchase real estate as income source

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If you are looking to buy a single-family home, townhome, condo, or multi-unit property as a means of income, an Investment Property Loan from NASB could be a great option. We look at your employment history, credit score and debt-to-income ratio to determine eligibility. And you are looking to purchase an investment property without requiring proof of personal income through tax returns or pay stubs, you may want to consider a Debt Service Coverage Ratio or DSCR loan

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Investment Property Loan FAQs

An investment property loan allows you to purchase real estate to rent out for additional income or flip for a profit. They generally have higher interest rates and stricter lending requirements than standard mortgages.

The main qualifying factors for securing an investment property loan are:

  • Employment history: You must show proof of verified employment for a minimum of two years.
  • Credit score: Your credit score will determine your down payment, rate, and ability to be approved. Most lenders require a minimum credit score of 620 to qualify, and a credit score of 720 or higher will get you the best rates.
  • Debt to Income ratio (DTI): Your DTI is determined by dividing your gross monthly income by your total monthly debts. A DTI of 36% or less is ideal; anything above 50% may prevent you from qualifying.
  • Down payment: You should be prepared to put down 20%-25% of the purchase price for an investment property loan. 
Depending on your credit, a down payment of at least 20% is required for an investment property loan.
An investment property is a real estate purchase made to generate income through rental income or appreciation and is not the investor's primary residence.

The three types of investment properties are:

  • Residential: The most common form of investment property, these properties are purchased to rent out to tenants and earn monthly rentals. These can include single-family homes, apartments, condominiums, or townhomes.
  • Commercial: These are properties purchased for business purposes, such as office space, retail stores, restaurants, etc. The investor may purchase an already existing property or develop from the ground up.
  • Mixed-use: These properties can be used simultaneously for residential and commercial purposes. For instance, the ground level may be used for retail shops and the upper floors for residential units.

Video - How to Get a Loan for an Investment Property

Learn how to get an Investment Property Loan and the different types of loans available, including DSCR Loans, Non-Warrantable Condo Loans, Jumbo Loans, and Portfolio Loans.

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