Palm Desert Hard Money Lenders
North Coast Financial are hard money lenders providing real estate investors and property owners with Palm Desert hard money loans (private money loans). North Coast Financial’s owner/broker has provided funding on over $800 million in California hard money loans since 1981. Contact North Coast Financial now to inquire about a Palm Desert hard money loan.
Various Types of Palm Desert Hard Money Loans
North Coast Financial provides many different types of Palm Desert hard money loans (private money loans) including fix and flip / rehab loans, investment property loans, cash out refinance loans, distressed property loans, land loans, estate / trust loans, purchase loans, construction loans, bridge loans, hard money loans for primary residences and other hard money loans secured by real estate.
North Coast Financial provide Palm Desert hard money loans for various types of property including single family residence, multi-family residence, commercial, land and industrial.
Refinance Loans & Cash Out Loans in Palm Desert
North Coast Financial provides cash out and refinance loans to real estate investors and property owners. Refinance loans can be used to secure a better interest rate or to obtain a longer loan term if the current loan is due in the near future. Cash out loans are often used in situations when the real estate investor wishes to pull out equity from their existing property to invest it in another opportunity.
Cash out and refinance loans from a reputable hard money lender like North Coast Financial can be approved and funded in a matter of days for investment property while owner occupied hard money loans take 2.5 due to the current federal regulations.
Palm Desert, California
A popular winter retreat for snow birds due to its warm weather, resorts and golf courses, the city of Palm Desert is within Riverside County near Palm Springs. With a population of approximately 49,000, Palm Desert has been one of the state’s fastest growing cities and was incorporated as a city in 1973.