Looking for a hard money lender in Oregon? We've researched and selected the top verified and licensed private money lenders across The Beaver State.
Whether you’re refinancing an office building in Portland, purchasing a condo in Eugene or fix and flipping a single-family home in Bend, these national and local Oregon hard money lenders are a great place to start.
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ARCH Bridge Loans is a direct money lender (not a broker) and have underwritten over $2 billion in commercial and residential bridge loans.
They provide funding for non-owner occupied real estate investment properties. They are self-funded and able to move quickly and their extensive experience as investors allows them to provide fast approval.
Seattle Funding Group is a proven West Coast based hard money lender with over 30 years experience and $1 billion in funded deals.
They provide a variety of specialized loan programs for construction, commercial and residential properties.
Their borrowers are a diverse group of Individuals, corporations, LLCs, partnerships, trusts, estates, international investors.
Pacific Private Money offers best-in-class alternative financing solutions for real estate transactions across California with a special emphasis on Northern California.
They also fund other select states when the loan amount is more than $2mil.
Their funding comes from a combination of their own and investors private capital, and will generally get back to you within the day, if not the hour.
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Juniper Capital is a hard money lender located in Seattle, Washington and fund residential, commercial and land deals primarily around the Pacific Northwest.
They provide private real estate financing for commercial properties, multi-family residential, investment residential properties, fix and flip projects, land, and construction.