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Although the economy has had an impact on what many of us can and can’t by, when given the choice, we still have preferences. The increase in real estate purchases and the higher prices of property purchased has added excitement and new life to the market. To best serve buyers and investors, builders are interested in what amenities are most sought after currently.
The CNBC article at the link below highlights the topic of desired amenities and what builders are doing to help accommodate the positive changes in the marketplace.
With the continued property price increases, the sooner you buy, the better. If you are in need of funding for your purchase, due to a previous bankruptcy, foreclosure, short sale or other credit glitch, consider a trust deed loan with Source Capital. Not only are we able to supply loans when traditional banks can not, we historically have a much faster loan process, from beginning to end.
Please also keep in mind that if you already own a home or you want to do some remodeling on the home you end up buying, Source Capital offers construction loans too. 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. Source Capital lends in all major cities in California, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, 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 to help supply loans, contact us at 858.705.6144. You can also email us using this convenient online form.
You can learn more about Source Capital on our Google profile page, which includes reviews from some of our clients, investors and associated real estate professionals. A great way to stay up to date with us, including following this blog, is by liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter. I hope your last week of February was a good one. Tomorrow is March 1. I hope you enjoy your first weekend of the new month! –Sindi Somers