FIG Financing Videos
We've made a video for almost every question that we get from investors. You can watch these below. Not seeing your question? Schedule a chat with the FIG team!
Intro to FIG's Financing Process
Financing a Build-to-Rent Multifamily
Message to those vetting FIG
Meet Lane Aldrich—FIG's Preferred Lender
Breaking Down the Construction Loan
Documents Required for a Pre-Approval
Timeline of a Fourplex Purchase
Should you put your multifamily in an LLC?
Cash Needed to Close, Types of Financing
Buying Multiple Properties in Multiple States
Who's the Borrower on a FIG Loan?
Can a Group Buy a Fourplex?
What is the Interest Reserve Account?
Interest Accrual During the Construction Loan
Change in Financial Situation Mid-Build
New Fannie Mae Investment Lending Restrictions (2021)
Thoughts on the 2021 Build-to-Rent Market
Real Estate Financing — Market Update Q1 2021
Tax Advantages of Owning Fourplexes
Getting a FIG Pre-Approval
Navigating financing for new construction 2-4 unit investments can be a smooth experience when working with a banker that specializes in these products. FIG's preferred lender, Lane Aldrich has assisted investors with securing over $250M in multi-family financing in just the last few years and is well equipped for coordinating the financing of your purchase.
Here is how his role in the purchasing process will add value to your overall experience:
A joint review of the pre-approval & financing procedure for securing your FIG investment
Secure a pre-approval for both your construction loan & your Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac long term mortgage upon property completion
Submit your construction loan package to our construction banking partner when your property is nearing the construction phase
Provide competitive long term financing options when facilitating your permanent refinance loan upon completion of your property
If you have already secured a reservation with FIG or have plans to, you can get the pre-approval process started by clicking on the “Start Approval” button below and viewing the mortgage documentation checklist.