Are there investment property financing options out there now?

Are banks loosening up for investors with less then 25% down?
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October 30 2012 - Syracuse
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We have found the best option for investors these days is to work with a local bank that does Portfolio Loans.  If they hold the loan papers internally, the requirements can be much more lenient.  
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October 31 2012
There are hard money lenders that will take on a deal like that. You must shop around for the right terms and interest rates with them though.
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My lender just wrote [website removed by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy.] on our site the other day about [Embedded hotlink removed by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy.]  In general no, lenders doing conventional Fannie Mae loans are still want 25% down. You might be able to do a 20% down loan if it's a single family property. Although, alternative methods of financing such as seller financed and hard money are going to be your best chance of lower down payment loans. 
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