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Rehab loans are usually provided from private money sources.   Typically, these rehab lenders have in depth knowledge of rehab loans and are in an excellent position to come up to speed rapidly and give you a funding answer.    

The Private Money Lending Guide includes a directory of rehab loan lenders in all 50 states who can fund the real estate loan for your project.

In addition to helping you find lenders, this guide is a comprehensive, online resource for borrowers interested in educating themselves about the world of rehab loans, bridge loans, and obtaining private money loans.

Unless you have an extensive personal balance sheet and assets to collateralize, expect a company making hard money rehab loans to make the loan based on your purchase price and not on an as-fixed price.

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Use our highly rated Rehab Loans Directory

Use our directory of lenders who fund to find a direct rehab lender to fund your project.  Search for a rehab loan lender by geographic location or keyword.

Contact with Rehab Lenders Directly

Contact one or more of the lenders who fund Illinois rehab loans and present your loan scenario. Interview the lenders at your leisure, and find someone with whom you feel comfortable.


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The major metropolitan cities and counties in which you can find hard money rehab loans in Illinois include: Chicago, Aurora, Rockford, Naperville, Joliet, Springfield, Peoria, Elgin, Waukegan (Lake County), Cicero, Decatur, Evanston, Arlington Heights, Champaign, Schaumburg, Bloomington, Bolingbrook, Palatine, Skokie, Tinley Park, Des Plaines, Orland Park, Wheaton, Mount Prospect, Oak Lawn, Hoffman Estates, Berwyn, Normal, Oak Park, Downers Grove, Glenview, Elmhurst, Buffalo Grove, Moline, Lombard, De Kalb, Crystal Lake, Belleville, Bartlett, Carol Stream, Quincy, Urbana, Rock Island, Streamwood, Calumet City, Carpentersville, Hanover Park, Addison, Park Ridge, Romeoville, Wheeling, Woodridge, Northbrook, North Chicago, Elk Grove Village, Pekin, Mundelein, Danville, St. Charles, Glendale Heights, Plainfield, Galesburg, Highland Park, Chicago Heights, Gurnee, Granite City and many other cities and counties in IL.

Rehab Loans - FAQs:

How can I find a rehab loan lender in IL?
Our guide will put you in direct contact with lenders to borrow a rehab loans in Illinois. Because you can select a lender by loan type, it is the best resource available of rehab loan lenders in the country.

When looking for a rehab loan in Illinois, what's the best way to find one?

If you are looking for a rehab loan, on real estate, our directory guide will help you find the real estate lender in IL you need so you can borrow private money with loan terms that work best for your rehab real estate project.


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How do I find a rehab loan lender in Illinois?
Rehab loan lenders are a great resource for IL rehab loans. Check out our list, by clicking on the Lender Directory button.  

How do I apply for hard money rehab loans in IL?
The first step for any rehab loan application is to find a Illinois lender with the expertise level in real estate rehabs and request an application.

Where can I locate lists of hard money lenders in Illinois who fund rehab loans?
The Lender Directory button will help you access the rehab loan lenders directory. No other guide will enable you to search for a rehab lender by the types of loans that they do and by geographic location.  So if you need a rehab, bridge loan, or any other hard money loan or private money loan, this directory is the best.


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  • Capital: Springfield
  • Population: 12,482,301 (2001)
  • Nickname: Prairie State
  • State Bird: Cardinal
  • State Flower: Purple Violet
  • State Tree: White Oak
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