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In recent posts I have been sharing articles from various real estate experts to help shed light on possible outcomes of the 2013 real estate market. I have found much agreement about the positive upswing of the United States market, as a whole, as well as details about specific city and state markets.
Source Capital is licensed to handle private money loans in both California and Arizona. Since my last post featured California and the expected health of the San Francisco housing market, I thought it was time to research Arizona. Below is a link to an article that shares reflections on the 2012 Arizona market and predictions for 2013. One significant point mentioned is that some areas of the state’s capital of Phoenix, have shown price increases of up to 28 percent over the past year.
If you are looking to purchase a home or other property in Phoenix, or anywhere in Arizona or California, and are in need of funding, a private money trust deed loan with Source Capital, may be your answer. Source Capital Funding, Inc. is a direct, private hard money lender that provides hard money loans and trust deed investment options throughout California and Arizona. We handle both residential and commercial trust deed loans, as well as private funding for construction projects. Source Capital lends in all major cities in California, including San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Sacramento, San Jose, Fresno, Oakland, Bakersfield and Riverside and also in Arizona including, Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Chandler and Glendale . If you need a private hard money lender to fund your hard money loan or you want to work with Source Capital Funding as an investor, contact them at 858.705.6144. You can also email us using this convenient online form.
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