290 Private money Lenders Clay Center, KS

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Local private lenders near you in Clay Center, 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 Clay Center 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 Clay Center is 3983, and the average sale price is $104,000

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): 67432

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  • The Dickinson County Bank
  • 101 South Factory Street, Enterprise, KS, 67441
  • Dickinson County Bank The Dickinson County Bank of Enterprise, Kansas was chartered on June 2, 1894 as a result of a financial panic in 1887 that closed several area banks in Abilene, Hope, and Enterprise. The demand for banking was high and the bank was established to meet this demand.
  • Bennington State Bank
  • 104 West Washington Street, Bennington, KS, 67422
  • The Bennington State Bank (BSB) is a community bank proudly serving Kansas for over 130 years with branches in Salina, Bennington, Minneapolis, Wamego, Sylvan Grove, and Lucas Kansas. BSB strives to be the community bank of choice in the regions we serve and we do so by being a trusted financial partner that operates with integrity,
  • kstate CREDIT UNION (West Branch)
  • 601 McCall Rd, Manhattan, KS, 66502
  • At 9:00 P.M. on January 28th, 1946, our credit union was chartered as Manhattan CO-OP Credit Union and held its first monthly meeting of the Board of Directors. In an effort of helping even more Manhattan citizens, the credit union was moved to the university. The credit union changed its name to College Credit Union.
  • The First National Bank of Washington
  • 101 C Street, Washington, KS, 66968
  • FNB Washington was originally chartered as a national bank in 1883, the same year the Brooklyn Bridge opened and the year Buffalo Bill Cody debuted his "Wild West Show". We've been around longer than radio, neon lights and crayons, Hershey bars and Duct tape. We were serving customers before Einstein published the Theory of Relativity
  • The First National Bank of Hope
  • 112 N Main Street, Hope, KS, 67451
  • The First National Bank of Hope is a lengthy one. With almost 100 years of assisting our customers, we take pride in how we have grown in the communities we support. 1922 - The State Bank of Hope was sold to the Peoples State Bank 1923 - The Peoples State Bank was converted into a National Banking Charter named The First National Bank of Hop
  • 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.
  • Guaranty State Bank and Trust Company
  • 201 South Mill Street, Beloit, KS, 67420
  • The Guaranty State Bank & Trust Company had its beginnings during the days following the First World War. During the war times bank charters were easy to come by, and two new banks started business in Beloit. The result was five banks competing for business. We have five locations, Beloit, Jewell, Burr Oak, Esbon, & Smith Center.
  • The First National Bank of Beloit
  • 101 East Main Street, Beloit, KS, 67420
  • As the First National Bank of Beloit, we opened our doors for business on July 29, 1884, at the corner of Main and Mill. Five generations of service later, we are now chartered as a state bank under our new name, First Bank of Beloit. Although our “official” charter date is now August 5, 2019,