Hard Money Lender Gives Support to Borrowers and Investors - 7.6.2012

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Mortgage and Lending with Source Capital Funding, Inc.

 

Friends provide support. So does private money lender, Source Capital.


Happy Friday all! I’m ready for the weekend and I am sure you are too. This has been an intense week. We all have them. Challenges that come our way. I am grateful to have friends that provide a strong support system. Understanding people that are sincerely patient and willing to lend a listening ear.

Life presents all different challenges. In recent years many of us have felt the effects of our strained economy. This has manifested in many different ways. Higher unemployment rates, an increase in property foreclosures, short sales and evictions are just some of the results. If you have experienced one of these happenings, or perhaps bankruptcy, abundant medical bills or something else that has led you to the bad credit category, you may still qualify for a trust deed loan with hard money lender, Source Capital.

Just as friends and family can provide assistance and support, so can Source Capital. If you are striving to obtain a real estate loan after being turned down by traditional banks, contact private money loan experts, Sacha Ferrandi and Pat Hook. They can answer your hard money loan questions and address any concerns you may have. I encourage you to view Source Capital as an important part of your support system. Not only do you not need to go through this stressful situation alone, but you may also get that real estate loan you have been hoping for!

There's no place like home. Let Source Capital help you get yours!


Source Capital Funding, Inc. is a direct, private hard money lender that provides hard money loans throughout California and Arizona.  We lend in all major cities in California including, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Fresno, Sacramento, Anaheim, Bakersfield, Riverside and in Arizona cities including, Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Chandler, Glendale and Scottsdale.  If you have been turned down by traditional banks, your goal of obtaining a loan is still a possibility. If you need a private hard money lender to fund your hard money loan, Source Capital Funding wants to help you. We can be reached at 858.705.6144 or via email using our convenient online form.

I hope you have a great weekend! If you are out and about on the social scene, stop by and see me on Facebook and Twitter. You can also read reviews that loan clients, private investors and real estate brokers have posted about Source Capital on our Google profile page. If you have an experience to share, please do! Thank you! -Sindi Somers

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I love it - I don't normaly see Hard Money Lenders with adds including children with flowers.


Hard money lenders serve a geat place in our society, and one which is generally underappreciated.  

On the other hand, I'd love to see a group of 'medium' money lenders willling to provide massive amounts of home loands today at 7 and 8 percent rates for 20+ years.

The fact is, the companies now lending at rates under 4 percent will collapse, as inflation will have to skyrocket at some point in the next 2 to 30 years.  However, smart investors could profit by offering buyers mortgages at these rates

We should see a boom of sellers who paid off their houses 10 years ago be willing to sell and take a 20% deposit with the rest being in the form of a mortgage.  It would be beneficial to everyone.  How many elderly sellers who do not need all the proceeds from their sale will be able to obtain a relatively safe resurun of over 3% these days?  Why not sell your house to a good buyer and offer them a 6% mortgage?

Good luck

Jul 07, 2012 12:55 AM #1
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Kenneth Jasmine

Hello Sindi,

 

Your article is really a great appreciation for the hard money lenders. Hard money finance is he best way to to get funding for the real estate investments whereas your loan application delayed or rejected on traditional banks.  And David, i agree your words that the hard money lenders serve a great place in the society.

Thanks for the post.

Kenneth Jasmine

http://www.activefundinggroup.com/

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