About Rubicon Mortgage Fund
Rubicon Mortgage Fund, LLC is a licensed California finance lender that consists of a diversified pool of loans collateralized by commercial and other types of investment real estate in California. Rubicon is a direct private lender that specializes in short-term financing for commercial and residential acquisitions, refinancing, and equity cash out for business purposes. We also provide new commercial construction loans (SF Bay Area only) and hard money for rehab fix & flip. We understand that occasionally loans do not fit into the standard model of traditional commercial lenders; therefore, we focus on funding non-conventional commercial loans.
As an asset-based lender offering competitive rates, Rubicon can provide fast reliable funding. Rubicon Mortgage Fund, LLC has funded private commercial loans since its inception in 2008, all over California. We have also created a series of videos to answer commonly asked questions about Obtaining a Loan or Becoming an Investor. To learn more about our specific guidelines, please visit our Borrower’s Lending Guidelines.
What types of loans are funded by Rubicon Mortgage Fund?
Let us show you how we can allow our borrowers to make an all cash offer on a new property
while giving them time to sell their current property.
Transaction speed matters – we can often fund your deal in as little as two weeks.
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Rubicon Mortgage Fund
Asset Based Lending
An Introduction to Rubicon Mortgage Fund
• Receive funding you might otherwise not be able to get with a traditional lender. Since Rubicon loans are asset based, they lend on the value of the property they are using as collateral.
• Rubicon has no credit checks and we don’t require appraisals – we physically inspect every property we lend money on.Transaction speed matters – we often fund in as little as two weeks. Interested in Commercial Real Estate Investing? We are currently accepting new Investors into the Fund. Learn how to diversify into Commercial Real Estate Lend Investing. We will discuss why we also voluntarily have our fund audited annually and why all of our past audits are posted for anyone to view on our website under the investor tab.