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Hard Money Loan Closed in Sugarloaf, California

A Funded Flip in Sugarloaf, CA! This purchase loan provided acquisition and renovation funds for this Fix & Flip project. The property was acquired for $130,000 with an After-Repair-Value of $235,000 and a rehab budget of $30,000. Subject is in Sugarloaf, an unincorporated community residential area less than a mile south of Big Bear City and 8 miles from the eastern tip of Big Bear Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains of San Bernardino County, California. The area is primarily residential with a convenience store and a post office located at the center of the community. There is no municipal

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Helping people pay rent during pandemic

Protecting Your Rental Income During the Pandemic

Protecting Your Rental Income During the Pandemic The CDC has extended the federal eviction moratorium through the end of June 2021. Millions of people are behind on rent, and the eviction moratorium is leaving landlords holding the bag. One in four Americans is feeling the financial strain from Covid-19. Most renters are now living paycheck to paycheck. It is highly likely that you have tenants that can’t afford to pay their rent. You may find that you are currently having difficulty filling your rentals during this time as well. Many people are choosing to move in with family members when they

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Los Angeles County Affordable Housing Investment

Hard Money Loan Closed in Los Angeles County, California

A hard money Blanket loan closed on an Affordable Housing Portfolio in Los Angeles County, CA. This purchase loan provided acquisition funds to acquire a portfolio of 5 affordable housing apartment buildings. Affordable Housing – For many disadvantaged, working and lower income families, homeownership is out of reach. The benefit of affordable housing is in its ability to enable families to have the opportunity to live in communities close to work, education, and affordable transportation, while making provision for those most at-risk in our society. Source: Affordable Housing News Here are the loan details: Mulit-Family Buildings Purchase Purpose – Investment

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Loan Closings

Hard Money Loan Closed in Sugarloaf, California

A Funded Flip in Sugarloaf, CA! This purchase loan provided acquisition and renovation funds for this Fix & Flip project. The property was acquired for $130,000 with an After-Repair-Value of $235,000 and a rehab budget of $30,000. Subject is in Sugarloaf, an unincorporated community residential area less than a mile south of Big Bear City and 8 miles from the eastern tip of Big Bear Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains of San Bernardino County, California. The area is primarily residential with a convenience store and a post office located at the center of the community. There is no municipal

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Helping people pay rent during pandemic
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Protecting Your Rental Income During the Pandemic

Protecting Your Rental Income During the Pandemic The CDC has extended the federal eviction moratorium through the end of June 2021. Millions of people are behind on rent, and the eviction moratorium is leaving landlords holding the bag. One in four Americans is feeling the financial strain from Covid-19. Most renters are now living paycheck to paycheck. It is highly likely that you have tenants that can’t afford to pay their rent. You may find that you are currently having difficulty filling your rentals during this time as well. Many people are choosing to move in with family members when they

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Los Angeles County Affordable Housing Investment
Loan Closings

Hard Money Loan Closed in Los Angeles County, California

A hard money Blanket loan closed on an Affordable Housing Portfolio in Los Angeles County, CA. This purchase loan provided acquisition funds to acquire a portfolio of 5 affordable housing apartment buildings. Affordable Housing – For many disadvantaged, working and lower income families, homeownership is out of reach. The benefit of affordable housing is in its ability to enable families to have the opportunity to live in communities close to work, education, and affordable transportation, while making provision for those most at-risk in our society. Source: Affordable Housing News Here are the loan details: Mulit-Family Buildings Purchase Purpose – Investment

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