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What To Do If Bank Denied Your Mortgage Loan Application?

If your bank has rejected your mortgage application, it means there is something wrong with your financial records. You might want to know what to do next, why were you denied, how long do you need to wait before applying again, and what steps can you take to prevent it from happening again? It’s important to know the real causes of your loan rejection because it will probably continue to happen if you don’t take action.

Here are some important steps that you should take after your mortgage loan rejection:

Find Out Rejection Factors:
The first thing you should do is find out exactly what happened. Once your mortgage loan application denied, the bank is required to provide specific reasons in writing within 30 days explaining why they’ve been turned down. The most common reason for mortgage loan application rejection is either insufficient income or bad credit. This step will help you to know the actual causes of your loan rejection and make the right decisions without repeating the same mistakes, so that your loan application may get accepted in the future.

Understand The Problems and Fix Them Quickly:
To avoid your future loan rejection, it’s important to understand the actual reasons for your previous loan rejection. This is a very helpful step if you’re considering re-application in the future. Once you identify the problems, take the necessary steps to make it right. Make sure that your credit history and monthly income is up to the eligibility criteria. If you cannot fix these issues, then you might want to consider the next step.

Check With Other Mortgage Lenders:
If you’ve been denied by the bank, it doesn’t mean every lender will reject your application. There should be many hard money lenders in your locality who can help you out. They can provide you better loan programs that can more accurately fit your financial requirements.

The Bottom Line:
If you are unable to fix those issues due to which your loan application was denied by the bank, hard money loans would be the best choice for you. A hard money loan is simply a short-term loan secured by real estate that can be obtained faster and easier than a conventional loan. Hard money loans are backed by the value of the property, not by the creditworthiness of the borrower.

Hard money loans are very beneficial for those who cannot qualify for conventional loans cause of their poor credit score or bad financial records. If you need quick financial solutions and cannot wait for or do not qualify for conventional banking approvals, you can apply for hard money loans. The loan application is very simple and quick. Hard money lenders typically take one to two days and may even be approved the same day.

Magna Capital Group, Inc. provides private money financing on residential and commercial properties of all types throughout California. With over 35 years of experience in the real estate industry, we provide unmatched expertise in customizing a loan structure to meet our client’s specific funding requirements with minimal documentation. If you have any questions about our hard money loan programs, feel free to call us now at (310) 734 4044 or email at

To learn more about our financing solutions for residential and commercial properties, please call us at (310) 734-4044 or visit us at

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