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Local private lenders near you in Wichita, 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 Wichita 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 Wichita is 482249, and the average sale price is $158,370

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): 67230, 67235, 67260, 67217, 67216, 67215, 67214, 67213, 67212, 67211, 67210, 67219, 67218, 67223, 67220, 67226, 67202, 67203, 67204, 67205, 67206, 67207, 67208, 67209, 67201, 67275, 67276, 67277, 67278

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  • Lyon County State Bank
  • 902 Merchant St., Emporia, KS, 66801
  • The Lyon County State Bank (LCSB) was chartered on June 27, 1913 and first opened for business at 508 Commercial Street, Emporia, Kansas, with Senator W. M. Price as President. The bank moved to 701 Commercial Street in 1956 and remained there until the current Main Bank facility was built in 1975 at 902 Merchant Street.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The Peoples Bank
  • 222 S Main St., Pratt, KS, 67124
  • With long-term employees serving an excellent customer base, The Peoples Bank is a unique and financially strong community bank. We have offices in seven rural counties – Barber, Kingman, Kiowa, Osborne, Pratt, Russell and Smith – stretching from the Oklahoma border to the Nebraska border in Central Kansas.
  • 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.
  • 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,
  • Community State Bank
  • 601 West Eighth Street, Coffeyville, KS, 67337
  • Community State Bank is a locally owned and operated community bank located in Coffeyville, KS. The bank was founded in 1967 and is currently Coffeyville’s only locally owned and operated bank. We are proud of our long history in Coffeyville and are committed to serving the local community and surrounding area.
  • 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.
  • Labette Bank
  • PO Box 497, Altamont, KS, 67330
  • Labette Bank is a trustworthy community bank that serves the people and businesses of Southeast Kansas. Labette Bank was founded in 1915 by a group of businessmen who strongly believed in the people and businesses of our area. Their founding beliefs are still the cornerstone of our banking philosophy.
  • 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.
  • 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