Private money Lenders lending in New Berlin, Wisconsin

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Local private lenders near you in New Berlin, WI

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 New Berlin 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 New Berlin is 39691, and the average sale price is $312,240

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): 53146, 53151

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  • Teachers Credit Union WI
  • 2315 Prairie Avenue, Beloit, WI, 53511
  • Teachers Credit Union is a not-for-profit member owned organization. Our goal is to provide the best possible financial services to our members at competitive rates and to maintain the credit union’s long-term financial stability. Teachers Credit Union has been open since 1934. The credit union has assets totaling $30.71 Million.
  • Monona Bank
  • 5515 Monona Drive, Madison, WI, 53716
  • We provide a full range of services - both personal and business. Whether you need checking and savings accounts, home loan or credit card, personal or business loans or investment or retirement planning, we're here to help you. Monona Bank was founded in 1991 by a group of local business owners and community leaders.
  • Madison Credit Union
  • 949 E Washington Avenue, Madison, WI, 53703
  • Madison Credit Union was founded in 1936 to help members borrow money for pressing needs, such as medical bills. Loan terms were set according to the member's ability to repay. According to Jim Brophy, the first member to sign the credit union's charter, "It gave us the courage to go on." We are a small credit union with a big heart.
  • Union Federal Savings & Loan
  • 115 W Washington Ave, Madison, WI, 53703
  • Union Federal was once two different Associations with similar goals. Union Federal “Where People Are Important!” First Federal where customers were “First with us.” Both Associations have had long solid history before the boards of each Association found we could serve our customers best by coming together as one Association.
  • Kohler Credit Union
  • 5727 Superior Avenue, Sheboygan, WI, 53083
  • At Kohler Credit Union we are dedicated to our member's financial well-being. Our reason for doing business is pretty simple. We are here to serve our members. We work diligently to provide the most desired financial products and services in an economical manner. We understand that as a financial cooperative
  • The Park Bank
  • 2401 South Park Street, Madison, WI, 53713
  • At Park Bank we believe drive and ambition come from the heart. That achievement means different things to each of us. And there’s no one way to what’s next. We find purpose in making each unique vision a reality. Whether you’re seeking a savings account or mortgage, striving for financial independence or prosperity
  • WEA Credit Union
  • 33 Nob Hill Road, Madison, WI, 53713
  • Wisconsin Education Association Credit Union was established by WEAC in 1931 as a member cooperative that would offer a wide range of financial services to the teachers of Wisconsin. The credit union would provide them with a safe place to deposit their savings and obtain reasonably priced loans.
  • Members First Credit Union WI
  • 3401 West Beltline Highway, Madison, WI, 53713
  • Members First Credit Union originally organized as the Sub-Zero Credit Union in May of 1954 with 13 employees as members. The credit union became chartered in 1955 with the following board members. Don Lien as President, Jack True as Vice-President, Gerald Ring as Secretary, Richard Hurd as Treasurer and William Jerisha as Director.
  • DMB Community Bank
  • 321 North Main Street, Deforest, WI, 53532
  • We offer you personal service and a full menu of products and services. Whether you are an individual customer, a small business or professional firm, we have the products and experience to take care of your financial needs. Banking with us is doing business with people you know and who know you
  • Heritage Credit Union
  • 2555 Shopko Dr, Madison, WI, 53704
  • Heritage Credit Union was established in Madison, WI in 1934 to serve the employees of Oscar Mayer & Company. The non-profit, member-owned financial institution has branches in Madison, Sauk City, Phillips, Chetek and Ladysmith, Wisconsin, and in Rockford, Machesney Park, and Galesburg, Illinois.
  • St. Mary's & Affiliates Credit Union
  • 700 South Park Street, Madison, WI, 53715
  • Our Mission Statement: "In the spirit of people helping people, we assist our members in achieving financial health." Our Vision Statement: To be a trusted primary financial institution offering products and services that meets the needs of our members for a lifetime. We are available to those living and/or working in Adams, Dane, Iowa, Juneau.