Thousand Oaks Hard Money Loan Types
North Coast Financial offers various types of Thousand Oaks hard money loans including cash out refinance loans, hard money purchase loans, fix and flip loans, estate and trust loans, investment property loans, distressed property loans, rental property loans, bridge loans, construction loans, reverse mortgage refinance loans, hard money loans for primary residences as well as other types of Thousand Oaks hard money loans secured by real estate.
Property Types for Hard Money Loans in Thousand Oaks
North Coast Financial is able to provide hard money loans in Thousand Oaks for various property types including single family residences, multi-family residences, commercial, industrial, special purpose property, office buildings, healthcare, hotels and retail.
Cash Out Refinance Loans in Thousand Oaks
North Coast Financial are experienced hard money lenders providing cash out refinance loans in Thousand Oaks and throughout California. A cash out refinance loan is a popular way to quickly pull equity from an existing property and reinvest the funds elsewhere. Contact North Coast Financial now to inquire about a Thousand Oaks cash out refinance loan or visit our Cash Out Refinance Loan page for additional information on our cash out refinance programs.
Thousand Oaks Bridge Loans
North Coast Financial are experienced bridge loan lenders providing Thousand Oaks bridge loans. A bridge loan is a short term loan provided to a borrower until they are able to obtain a longer term loan. Contact North Coast Financial now to inquire about a bridge loan in Thousand Oaks or visit our Bridge Loan page for more information on our programs.
Thousand Oaks, California
A city located in southeastern Ventura County named after the many oak trees that exist in the area. Thousand Oaks has an estimated population of 130,000 and was incorporated as a city in 1964. Thousand Oaks, California was ranked as the 4th safest city in America with a population of great than 100,000 by the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports for 2013.