LendingHome Reviews

Learn more about LendingHome, a hard money lender. Includes loan details, features, and frequently asked questions.

Updated on October 5th, 2021

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LendingHome is a hard money lender that offers bridge loans to house flippers. LendingHome also offers real estate investments with returns of 5-10% for durations of 12 months or less.

Loan Amounts, Terms, Rates, and Fees:

LendingHome offers loans from a minimum of $75,000 to a maximum of $2,000,000. These are 12-month interest-only loans, with the possibility of a 3-month extension. Interest rates start at 7.5% and closing fees start at $499.00.

You can get a quote by going to LendingHome's website and clicking on "See Your Rate", which will appear in the top right-hand corner when you start to scroll down the page.


Pros: Quick, transparent online application, receive funds within days.

Cons: Loans need to be fully repaid in 1 year. Loans are not available to individuals looking for owner-occupied property. Loans are only available within certain states.

Bottomline: Fast, simple, and reliable financing for borrowers looking to fix and flip properties.

Key Information:

Legal Name

LendingHome Funding Corporation


Matt Humphrey

Founding Date

Jan 01, 2013


315 Montgomery Street, Fl 16, San Francisco, California 94104 United States

Number of Employees


Number of Customers





1 (844) 415-4663




How can I apply for a loan with LendingHome?

LendingHome offers quick and simple online applications. Just go to the website and click on "Bridge Loans" or "See Your Rate" to fill out yours.

How can I contact LendingHome?

You can contact the company on 1 (844) 415-4663 with any questions you may have.

What are LendingHome's rates and fees?

Applications cost $199. Other fees and charges will be assessed during your application process. Interest rates start from 7.5%.

What states are LendingHome loans available in?

LendingHome currently provides Bridge Loans in:

  • Arizona.
  • California.
  • Colorado.
  • Connecticut.
  • Florida.
  • Georgia.
  • Kentucky.
  • Massachusetts.
  • Maryland.
  • Michigan.
  • Minnesota.
  • Missouri.
  • North Carolina.
  • New Jersey.
  • Nevada.
  • New York.
  • Ohio.
  • Oregon.
  • Pennsylvania.
  • South Carolina.
  • Tennessee.
  • Texas.
  • Virginia.
  • Washington.
  • West Virginia.