Mortgage Financing

Mortgage Lending

Mortgage lending is the process of banks providing loans to people to buy or build homes. Many options exist for homebuyers, depending on income and creditworthiness. The simplest way to determine eligibility for credit is to apply. The requirements for each loan will depend on the mortgage lender.

Getting pre-approved for a loan is not a wrong way to determine what type of property is affordable. Depending on the potential financing amount, some borrowers may even decide to build a brand new home. Applying for a mortgage is the first step towards securing your property.

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Refinance A Home

There could be many reasons you are considering refinancing your mortgage. You may want to pay off your existing home loan, or you might choose to switch from an adjustable-rate mortgage to a fixed-rate mortgage. Many homeowners also choose mortgage refinancing when they need to pay off probate loans, pay off property taxes or get rid of liens on the property.

Another reason for refinancing your mortgage is to use your home’s equity to consolidate debt or finance a large purchase. And in some situations, people have gotten divorced and wanted to refinance their mortgage loan to remove their ex-spouse’s name from the loan.

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Home & Construction Loans

Real estate is the largest investment most people make. Fortunately, the team of experts at Acala Investments can assist you from start to finish when it comes to mortgage loans, construction loans and related loan products and services. Acala Investments is one of the only hard money lenders in the El Paso area who deal with construction loans. We will also consider financing construction loans in anywhere in Texas.
We have helped many customers purchase residential properties, either as an investment or as a primary residence “homestead”. We also offer refinancing options for your existing home as well as home equity loans so you can get the maximum value from your home.
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Commercial Real Estate Loans

Commercial real estate is a great business investment for the long term. Historically, commercial real estate provides a good return on your investment and is a secure asset. If you plan on having tenants, then the property will be a steady source of income.
Commercial properties cover a lot of different kinds of buildings and land such as retail spaces, undeveloped parcels, warehouses, office buildings and apartment buildings. Adding these kinds of assets is an excellent strategy for growing your financial portfolio for your company.
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If you are facing foreclosure, or simply want to buy a foreclosed property in El Paso, here is an explanation of the foreclosure process. Home buyers can use a real estate agent to assist with finding foreclosed homes, or they can simply keep an eye on public notices of foreclosures.

What Is Foreclosure?

If a borrower defaults on their mortgage payments, the mortgage lender has the option of taking possession of the property. The legal process for doing so is called foreclosure.

To recover the money that they have lost (known as loss mitigation) on the unpaid debt, mortgage lenders will often sell the property.

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Real Property Investment

If you want to invest in rental property in El Paso, TX, contact Acala Investments. We offer various services, including commercial real estate and residential transactions, and we have been in the real estate industry for over 25 years. What makes us even better is that our properties are sold at a fixed rate.

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we hear about investing in El Paso real estate:

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Foreclosures & Short Sale Homes

The risk to reward ratio of purchasing foreclosed homes varies based on the home’s foreclosure process. The competition for purchasing foreclosed homes is fierce. Real estate investors will pay in cash for a foreclosed home and then use it as an income property.


Foreclosed homes are purchased as-is. The condition of the home is neither guaranteed nor disclosed to the buyer. The buyer needs to get as much information as possible before bidding on a house.

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