North Coast Financial has been offering hard money loans (private money loans) to real estate investors and property owners in San Bernardino County, California for over 35 years. Since 1981 North Coast Financial’s broker has provided funding of over $750 million in California and San Bernardino County hard money loans, offering fix and flip loans, investment property loans, purchase loans, construction loans, estate loans, bridge loans, cash out refinance loans, hard money rehab loans, land loans and other hard money loans.
North Coast Financial are San Bernardino County hard money lenders (private money lenders) providing hard money loans for different types of property including single family residence, multi-family residence, commercial, land and industrial. Contact North Coast Financial now to inquire about a San Bernardino County hard money loan.
With an estimated population of over 2 million, San Bernardino County is the 5th-most populated county in the state. It is also the largest county in the United States by area (excluding Alaska) as it covers over 20,000 square miles. San Bernardino County was established in 1853.
San Bernardino Real Estate Trends
The median sales price for residential properties in San Bernardino for April – July 2015 was $210,000. This is a 7.7% increase when compared to the previous year. Sales prices of residential properties have increased 90.9% over the past 5 years. The average listing price for homes in San Bernardino was $224,109. The average price per square foot in San Bernardino, California was $157, which is an increase of 11.3% compared to the previous year. Some of the most popular areas in San Bernardino include Curtis, Yerdemont, Muscoy, Cajon, Shandin Hills, and SBHS.
For April – July 2015, the median sales price for a one bedroom home was $107,500, a year over year decrease of 6.5%. The median sales price for a two bedroom home was $168,250, a year over year increase of 14.7%. The median sales price for a three bedroom home was $215,000, a year over year increase of 6.4%. The median sales price for a four bedroom home was $263,000, a year over year increase of 6.5% year over. Source: Trulia.com