Rubicon can structure a loan with a built in interest reserve
Interest reserves are used by borrowers with poor cash flow or those who want to hold onto their cash.
A loan with an interest reserve advances loan funds to the borrower, and from these funds the loan interest is paid.
The purpose of an interest reserve is to pay the cost of interest during the loan term without the borrower needing to come up with a monthly payment.
The lender will collect the loan payment each month directly from the interest reserve that was set up.
Click the video below to learn about interest reserves from Director of Sales Cesar Pena and Senior Loan Officer Casey Hopkins