– Yes, it is possible to get a traditional second mortgage or a home equity line of credit on a property that is non-owner occupied. Most lenders will require that you maintain at least 20% equity in the property (after closing on the second mortgage), and there may be a loan maximum which is lower than that of owner occupied loans.
Investment Property HELOC for your Rental Properties – Investment Property HELOC is part of the Hurst Lending and Insurance Group of Companies. We specialize in Home Equity Line of Credit loans to help you purchase or renovate an investment property. We have competitive proprietary programs for investors interested in building and maintaining a real estate portfolio.