290 Private money Lenders Basehor, KS

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Local private lenders near you in Basehor, KS

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 Basehor 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 Basehor is 6496, and the average sale price is $285,150

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): 66012, 66007

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  • Envista Credit Union
  • 3626 SW Wanamaker Road, Topeka, KS, 66614
  • At Envista, banking is a personalized experience. We provide the security, competitive rates, and options you expect, delivered with exceptional service from a team who makes your needs and dreams their top priority. Our professional team makes the following promises to each member: We will honor the individual.
  • Azura Credit Union
  • 2808 SW Arrowhead Road, Topeka, KS, 66614
  • Azura Credit Union was formed when Educational Credit Union and Quest Credit Union merged on May 1, 2016. Azura has over 50, 000 members and offers everything from checking and savings, to auto, personal and home loans, business services and online and mobile banking. Credit Union was formed when Educational Credit Union.
  • The Union State Bank of Everest
  • 545 Main Street, Everest, KS, 66424
  • Founded in 1901, Union State Bank has a rich tradition of serving local families, businesses and farmers while always looking ahead to new opportunities. You can see this philosophy at each of our eight locations across the region, and many feature original historic details or photographs.
  • Landmark National Bank
  • 1741 N Washington, Auburn, KS, 66402
  • Landmark National Bank’s roots trace back to April 22, 1885, when it was originally chartered under the name Manhattan Buildings & Savings Association. As our bank’s footprint has expanded over the last century, our name has changed to reflect the growing number of communities we serve throughout Kansas and beyond.
  • The Farmers State Bank
  • 209 Montana Avenue, Holton, KS, 66436
  • The Farmers State Bank of Circleville was chartered October 27, 1900 with $5,000.00 capital. By 1916 the total assets had increased to over $100,000.00. The bank survived a robbery in 1923, the Circleville fire in 1931, and The Depression and resulting bank failures. It was a matter of pride to have been the first bank
  • Patriots Bank
  • 131 East 4th Ave., Garnett, KS, 66032
  • Patriots Bank is owned and operated by the Cooper family. Our charter has over 120 years of tradition in community banking. As a local community bank, Patriots Bank is a proud part of the communities we serve. Here are some of the benefits of being part of a community bank and why Patriots Bank is the right choice for you
  • First National Bank of Kansas
  • 600 N 4th Street, Burlington, KS, 66839
  • First National Bank of Kansas offers the services of a modern financial institution while maintaining the integrity of a community bank where decisions are made locally. First National Bank of Kansas takes pride in having served our community since 1902. Our mission is to meet the needs of the market we serve by providing community leadership.
  • Bank of the Flint Hills
  • 806 West Fifth Street, Wamego, KS, 66547
  • Bank of the Flint Hills, was chartered in 1876. Experiencing steady growth for the next 70 years, the bank moved it's location in 1972 one-half block west to a new, larger, and more modern building. In the early 90's more space was needed and the data processing and bookkeeping departments were moved to the building north of the main bank.