Private money Lenders of Booneville, Arkansas [2024 list]

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Local private lenders near you in Booneville, AR

When you locate a private investor through a local hard money broker, your odds of getting a loan increase exponentially; lending hard money loans in Booneville could depend upon locating investors familiar with the neighborhood. A short distance between the hard money investor and the property enhances the loan approval odds and speeds up the funding process.

The population of Booneville is 3785, and the average sale price is $96,150

See our list of commercial and residential lenders that arrange loans secured by the equity in real estate and rely very little on (and sometimes not at all) upon credit your score or income verification. The list shows the private lenders' distance from Zipcode(s): 72927

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  • UP Federal Credit Union
  • 1501 Pike Avenue North, North Little Rock, AR, 72114
  • UP Arkansas Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative. When you join the credit union, you become a shareholder – or an owner – of a very unique financial institution. Earnings above the required reserves are returned to you, in the form of lower interest rates on loans and competitive dividends on savings.
  • Pretty Gurls Investments
  • 212 West M Avenue, North Little Rock, AR, 72116
  • Hi, I'm Ms. Bynum, Owner/CEO of "Pretty Gurls Investments" I have been in the mortgage and finance industry for over 13 years. I assist RE investors nationwide with project funding for their Real Estate projects. You can also email me your Executive Summary for my review, if you are not ready to apply just yet. PrettyGurlsInvestments@gmail.
  • FAB&T
  • 600 W Main St, Jacksonville, AR, 72076
  • FAB&T can help you and your family by offering a range of financial solutions to fit your financial needs. Beyond that, however, we want the our brand to showcase that we are advocates for the communities we serve, and the causes and events in those communities that are important to the residents. We want to go the extra mile for our customers.
  • MilWay Federal Credit Union
  • 2000 Arkansas Blvd, Texarkana, AR, 71854
  • MilWay Federal Credit Union celebrated its 60 Year Anniversary in 2016. It was November of 1956 when the Miller Ark Credit Union and the Railway Credit Union merged to create MilWay Federal Credit Union. Today, MilWay is a full-service financial institution with offices in Texarkana and Ashdown, Arkansas, and now in Texarkana, Texas as well.
  • River Valley Community Federal Credit Union
  • 340 Cash Road SW, Camden, AR, 71701
  • River Valley Community Federal Credit Union is a member owned financial institution whose purpose is to promote the financial well-being of its members by being committed to providing courteous, efficient and sound financial services. River Valley Community Federal Credit Union has a vision for growth and a heart for member service.
  • Oklahoma Mortgage Group
  • 6666 S Sheridan Rd Ste 102, Tulsa, OK, 74133
  • Our team believes in a tailored approach, ensuring each client gets a solution that fits just right. We're not just lenders; we're problem solvers, specializing in navigating credit challenges and always finding a path to 'yes'. Our unwavering commitment guarantees timely closings with highly competitive rates. With us, you're not merely securing a
  • Pine Bluff Cotton Belt Federal Credit Union
  • 1703 River Pines Blvd, Pine Bluff, AR, 71601
  • Pine Bluff Cotton Belt Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit member owned financial cooperative. Unlike a bank, credit union profits are returned to the members in the form of higher dividends on savings, lower rates on loans, lower fees...and many other money saving services. A volunteer board of directors, elected by members, sets polici
  • Bank of Salem
  • 207 West Church St, Salem, AR, 72576
  • Bank of Salem was organized and incorporated in December 1908 with stockholders: B.H. Castleberry, Rex Castleberry, J.L. Short, Harry Pickren, George T. Humphries, H.J. (Race) Humphries, C.W. Dixon, J.A. Sigler, and J.A. Watson. Since 1908, the following people have served as president of the bank: B.H. Castleberry (1908-1919)
  • First State Bank of Warren
  • 104 S Main Street, Warren, AR, 71671
  • In 1890, a tradition of integrity, service and community involvement began. Merchants and Planters bank, later known as First State Bank, opened their doors to the Bradley County community. First National Bank of Warren continued to flourish with the development of a community development board in 1974.
  • Arkansas Superior Federal Credit Union
  • 313 South Martin St, Warren, AR, 71671
  • Arkansas Superior Federal Credit Union has been serving its members since 1957. During that time, we have prided ourselves in offering personal, friendly, and efficient service. Our Credit Union is a non-profit organization, owned and operated by its members, people just like you.Credit Union has been serving its members since 1957.
  • Farmer & Merchants Bank
  • 708 South Main, Stuttgart, AR, 72160
  • Farmers and Merchants Bank and The Bank of Fayetteville are both deeply rooted in Arkansas soil. Our tradition of community-oriented banking and providing our customers with the best financial products and services available is the foundation of our bank family. Our mission stands tall and clear: to promote the success.
  • Merchants and Planters Bank
  • 120 Hazel Street, Newport, AR, 72112
  • Merchants and Planters Bank traces its roots back to 1946 in Tupelo, Arkansas, when the nation was recovering from World War II. Businesses and agricultural operations were expanding, and the financial needs for local farmers and merchants were also growing as the economy was on a post-war fast track. To help meet those financial needs