290 Private money Lenders Garden City, KS

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Local private lenders near you in Garden City, 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 Garden City 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 Garden City is 29659, and the average sale price is $175,830

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): 67846

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  • 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 Piqua State Bank
  • 1356 Xylan Road, Piqua, KS, 66761
  • The Piqua State Bank was organized in 1910 by L. C. Neimann. During that same year the Farmers State Bank was opened in Piqua by George Wille. In 1914, the Wille family purchased the Piqua State Bank and merged the two banks under the name of the Piqua State Bank. John Wille, George Wille’s son, owned and managed the bank for the next 50 years.
  • Central National Bank
  • 800 SE Quincy St, Topeka, KS, 66612
  • Our Mission is Every individual in Central National Bank is entrusted with the responsibility of providing superior financial products and services that result in making our customers, the communities we serve, and our company successful. At Central National Bank we find our employees engaged in the communities they live in.
  • 1st Kansas Credit Union
  • 400 S Kansas Avenue, Suite B, Topeka, KS, 66603
  • Discover everything your credit union & financial institution can be at 1st Kansas Credit Union. As the oldest credit union in Kansas, our closed membership institution offers a wide range of accounts, loans, & financial services to Federal, State, City & County employees and their dependents in the states of Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri.
  • Great Plains Funding
  • 534 S. Kansas Avenue, Suite 825, Topeka, KS, 66603
  • Great Plains Funding, LLC was established for the sole purpose of providing “private money loans” to its real estate investor clientele. Great Plains Funding, LLC does not provide funding to any owner-occupied properties and limits its services to commercial loans for the acquisition and renovation of existing properties.
  • Kaw Valley Bank
  • 1110 North Kansas Avenue, Topeka, KS, 66608
  • Kaw Valley Bank has been a part of Topeka for over 150 years, with its roots starting in Oakland & eventually growing in North Topeka & later city wide. The banks original name was Oakland State Bank. In 1920s Glenn Swogger Sr. & his father J.S. Swogger purchased Oakland State Bank where it was a storefront bank with a family living headquarters.
  • Community National Bank KS
  • 210 Main Street, Seneca, KS, 66538
  • Community National Bank was founded in 1984 by a group of individuals in Nemaha County, Kansas on a philosophy of diverse local ownership with decisions made on a local level. Our strategy is to offer a wide array of financial services, while being an integral part of the local communities we serve.
  • 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