Private money Lenders of Lawrence, Kansas [2024 list]

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Local private lenders near you in Lawrence, 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 Lawrence 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 Lawrence is 98648, and the average sale price is $234,620

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): 66045, 66044, 66047, 66046, 66049

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  • Farmway Credit Union
  • 200 S Hersey Avenue, Beloit, KS, 67420
  • A credit union is defined as "a cooperative association organized to promote thrift among its members and accumulate a fund from these savings to make needed loans to members for useful purposes at reasonable interest rates." This was the theory that started Farmway Credit Union back in 1950 and still holds true today.
  • Garden Plain State Bank
  • 525 North Main Street, Garden Plain, KS, 67050
  • Garden Plain State Bank was granted a charter by the Kansas Banking Commission in December of 1966. The bank opened in Garden Plain Kansas on December 21, 1966. The bank enjoyed a steady growth since its inception and then made a decision to expand into the Wichita Kansas market.
  • The First National Bank of Hutchinson
  • 1 N. Main Street, Hutchinson, KS, 67501
  • First National Bank of Hutchinson is a community bank that offers personal banking, commercial banking and wealth management services. The bank was founded in 1876 and is based in Hutchinson, Kansas. First National Bank of Hutchinson operates as a subsidiary of First Kansas Bancshares, Inc.
  • Lyons Federal Bank
  • 200 East Avenue South, Lyons, KS, 67554
  • Lyons Federal Bank's objective has always been to remain a sound institution for our customers' investment and loan needs. We are proud of the way we are able to meet those needs in a most efficient and friendly way. Lyons Federal Bank is still a locally owned, "hometown" bank with a long history of providing efficient,
  • Bank of Commerce and Trust Company
  • 201 West Harvey Avenue, Wellington, KS, 67152
  • The Bank of Commerce and Trust Company, formerly known as the National Bank of Commerce, can trace its roots to the oldest bank in Wellington, the Woods Bank. In October of 1873 Mr. John J. Woods opened the Woods Bank at the southwest corner of Washington and 7th Streets in a frame building. For several years,
  • Exchange Bank.
  • 8008 W. Dodge Rd, Omaha, NE, 68114
  • A great deal has changed since Exchange Bank was chartered in 1894. Most notably, technology is now a central part of people’s daily lives. Mobile banking, facial recognition software, and paperless payments are the new normal, allowing customers to accomplish tasks from virtually anywhere, at any time.
  • Pinnacle Bank
  • 18081 Burt St, Elkhorn, NE, 68022
  • We’ve always taken pride in our heritage as a family-owned, community Bank. Our commitment to our customers and community is at the forefront of how we do business. It’s been that way since the very beginning and continues today. Today, we operate a network of more than 151 locations with over $10.8 B in assets.
  • The Wilson State Bank
  • 422 26th Street, Wilson, KS, 67490
  • Since its inception, Wilson State Bank’s primary mission has been to serve the banking needs of our communities and surrounding counties. This mission continues to be the primary driving force behind the Bank today. We pledge to our customers to always provide a hometown atmosphere with people you can talk to and decisions that are made locally.