Hard money loans best rates in Eagle Pass, Texas

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Local private lenders near you in Eagle Pass, TX

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 Eagle Pass 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 Eagle Pass is 55686, and the average sale price is $151,050

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): 78852

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  • Texas Regional Bank
  • 2019 South 77 Sunshine Strip, Harlingen, TX, 78550
  • The idea for Texas Regional Bank emerged in 2008 when four businessmen recognized the community banking void in their local region caused by the consolidation of privately-held community and regional banks. Over the years, locally-owned banks had decreased, reducing the banking choices in many parts of Texas.
  • Rio Grande Valley Credit Union
  • 1221 Morgan Boulevard, Harlingen, TX, 78550
  • Rio Grande Valley Credit Union has been open since 1954. The credit union has assets totaling $152.34 Million and provides banking services to more than 17, 000 members as of March 2022. The credit union is a member-owned financial cooperative providing banking services including savings, loans, and other financial services to members.
  • Citizens National Bank at Brownwood
  • 1 Carnegie St., Brownwood, TX, 76804
  • Citizens National Bank has established itself in central Texas as a leader among financial institutions. Many have come to know and trust Citizens National Bank. We are located in Brownwood, Texas, & have strong ties to many of our neighboring communities. Our commitment to our customers and our community is just one reason Citizens National Bank.
  • First Community Bancshares, Inc
  • 703 Swanner Loop, Killeen, TX, 76543
  • First National Bank Texas (FNBT) and First Convenience Bank (FCB), a division of FNBT, remain dedicated to providing customers with quality financial products and services. Our bank was originally founded in 1901 in the Central Texas town of Killeen, only 19 years after the city was established. From our humble beginnings.
  • Fort Hood National Bank
  • 109 T J Mills Blvd, Fort Hood, TX, 76544
  • Fort Hood National Bank (FHNB) has stood apart as a leader in military banking. FHNB continues to be recognized by many around the world as the premier provider of banking services to the military community. We understand the banking needs of our service men and women and their families, and are proud to be your military bank.
  • Ward County Credit Union
  • 301 South Main Street, Monahans, TX, 79756
  • A half-century ago, in 1956, Ward County Credit Union was founded in Monahans, Texas by a group of teachers and operated out of a class room during the school year and the volunteer manager’s kitchen table during the summer. The member deposits were then and are now used to make loans that benefit the members and the families we serve.
  • My Community Credit Union
  • 600 West Louisiana, Midland, TX, 79701
  • My Community Credit Union was federally charted on February 13, 1952, when a local man visited a bank to request a loan for the purchase of a home and was denied. A small group of co-workers for the Atlantic Refining Company (ARCO) joined together to finance this loan so that he could purchase his home.
  • MTCU
  • 1505 N Midland Drive, Midland, TX, 79703
  • At MTCU, our mission statement guides every action we take and decision we make. We believe in the power of defining our purpose. We've always been dedicated to our members, whether they live in Midland, Texas, or other communities, and our mission statement serves as a daily reminder that they are our priority.
  • 2809 John Ben Shepperd Parkway, Odessa, TX, 79762
  • Southwest Heritage CU was originally chartered in 1949 as a not-for-profit financial cooperative for 35 original members. As of January, 2012, we are proud to say we have well over 7, 500 members & total assets of over $75, 000, 000!Credit Union was originally chartered in 1949 as a not-for-profit financial cooperative for 35 original members.
  • Southwest 66 Credit Union
  • 4041 E 52nd Street, Odessa, TX, 79762
  • Southwest 66 Credit Union began in late 1948 as a financial cooperative aimed at serving the needs of Permian Basin employees of the Phillips Petroleum company. The first chairman of the board was D.M. Hankings and the first Treasurer was A.W. Brumbelow. The first branch was located in Mr. Brumbelow's home.
  • Complex Community FCU
  • 4519 East 51st Street, Odessa, TX, 79762
  • Complex Community Federal Credit Union has been open since 1958. The credit union has assets totaling $633.38 Million & provides banking services to more than 40, 000 members as of March 2022. The credit union is a community-based financial institution. People living, working or worshipping in the credit union's geographic area can become a member.
  • West Texas Credit Union
  • 4301 Mission Boulevard, Odessa, TX, 79765
  • West Texas Credit Union® began in a small room in the ECISD Administration building in 1953. At that time we were known as Ector County Independent School Employee’s Credit Union. Since then, we have expanded our facilities to include the main office and a branch office in Odessa, as well as a branch office in Ft. Stockton.