Plymouth, Minnesota Private money Lenders complete list of 2024

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Local private lenders near you in Plymouth, MN

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 Plymouth 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 Plymouth is 79768, and the average sale price is $422,190

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): 55442, 55441, 55447, 55446

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  • Glenwood State Bank
  • 5 E Minnesota Avenue, Glenwood, MN, 56334
  • Our purpose is to make a positive impact on our customers, employees, and communities. We try to do this by actively practicing our values every single day. We also have a dedicated focus on building relationships with our customers. We want what\ u2019s best for YOU; you\ u2019re our #1 priority.
  • Eagle Bank Minnesota
  • 2 South Franklin Street, Glenwood, MN, 56334
  • Eagle Bank is a full service financial institution offering a broad range of financial services to individuals and businesses. Whether you need security in your checking account, a place to save your money for a rainy day or assistance in purchasing a new car, boat or home, Eagle Bank can help with our full line of banking services.
  • The First National Bank of Osakis
  • 211-213 Central Ave, Osakis, MN, 56360
  • Since 1903, First National Bank of Osakis has served as the lead financial organization in the Osakis Area community, providing customized guidance, resources, and products (checking, savings, money markets, certificates of deposits, individual retirement accounts, health savings accounts, residential mortgage loans, commercial Mortgage loan.
  • The Wanda State Bank
  • 121 W Main, Wanda, MN, 56294
  • The State Bank of Wanda was incorporated as a 30-year charter on July 7, 1902. After the “Bank Holiday” under a new charter dated June 1, 1932, our name was changed to The Wanda State Bank. With 89 years of banking excellence, The Wanda State Bank has experience you can count on.
  • The First National Bank of Moose Lake
  • 400 Elm Avenue, Moose Lake, MN, 55767
  • First National Bank of Moose Lake is a locally owned community bank dedicated to providing caring personal service, maintaining a knowledgeable staff and building long lasting customer relationships. Demonstrating dedication to our customers, community and employees by providing meaningful conversations and services,
  • United Prairie Bank
  • 1141 3rd Ave, Mountain Lake, MN, 56159
  • United Prairie was founded in 1973 when James G. Sneer purchased Farmers State Bank of Mountain Lake, also the community he called home. As the years passed and the bank thrived, Mr. Sneer began acquiring other banks and insurance agency offices to build the organization now known as United Prairie
  • Co-op Credit Union Of Montevideo
  • 2407 E Highway 7, Montevideo, MN, 56265
  • The Co-op Credit Union was organized in 1940 when the co-operative movement was going strong in the rural areas. Nine people who believed in the co-op movement and the impact it had on the financial well-being of people met at the Co-op Grocery Store and the idea of a credit union was born.
  • Viking Bank, National Association
  • 4277 Dakota Street, Alexandria, MN, 56308
  • Viking Bank, we are proud to be locally owned and operated and are committed to providing a positive banking experience for our customers. We are community bankers and proud of it. Our team of talented and knowledgeable bankers are focused on making the needs of our customers their foremost priority with relationships based
  • Lowry State Bank
  • 400 Florence Avenue, Lowry, MN, 56349
  • Lowry State Bank was first organized in 1899 but wasn’t officially chartered until December 26, 1907. Andrew Jacobson was the Bank’s first President; he served in that position until January 6, 1926 when Iver Engebretson succeeded him as President. On November 8, 1932, the Bank assumed the assets.