Funded: $135,000 Private Money Loan in Vallejo, CA (Solano County)

Vallejo, CA – Solano County Loan Summary: 1,344 Square Foot Townhome 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom $135,000 Loan Amount (1st Mortgage) 60% Loan-to-Value The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different loan scenarios will help you get a better

Funded: $130,000 Private Money Loan in Sacramento, CA (Sacramento County)

Sacramento, CA – Sacramento County Loan Summary: 1,152 Square Foot Single Family Home 2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom $130,000 Loan Amount (1st Mortgage) 65% Loan-to-Value Investment Purpose (Non-Owner Occupied) The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different loan scenarios

Funded: $100,000 Private Money Loan in Concord, CA (Contra Costa County)

Concord, CA – Contra Costa County Loan Summary: 810 Square Foot Condominium 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom $100,000 Loan Amount (1st Mortgage) 57% Loan-to-Value The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different loan scenarios will help you get a

Funded: $60,000 Private Money Loan in Santa Rosa, CA (Sonoma County)

Santa Rosa, CA – Sonoma County Loan Summary: 1.84 Acre lot in Northeast Santa Rosa $60,000 Loan Amount (1st Mortgage) 50% Loan-to-Value Vacant lot – Investment purpose The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different loan scenarios will

Sonoma County Home Values for March 2014

Private Money Loans in Sonoma County

Median Home Prices for March 2014 (Single Family Homes)

According to the Bay Area Real Estate Information Services, the median home prices for single family homes in Sonoma County climbed to $480,000 for the month of March.

That’s a 21.5% increase from March of 2013!  You can see the breakdown by city below.

Funded: $406,250 Private Money Loan in San Martin, CA (Santa Clara County)

San Martin, CA – Santa Clara County Loan Summary: Single Family Home on 2.8 Acres 1,200 Square Feet, 2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom $406,250 Loan Amount 65% Loan-to-Value Non-Owner Occupied (Investment) The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different

Pros & Cons of ‘Buy & Hold’ Real Estate Investing [Infographic]

Real estate investing can take many forms. Some investors Flip, some wholesale, and others hold the properties for long-term cash flow and equity growth. This infographic from www.tablup.com shows a quick comparison in the Pros and Cons for the Buy and Hold investment strategy. Enjoy!  More From Private Money Blog… Want to learn more about

Funded: $125,000 Private Money Loan in San Jose, CA (Santa Clara County)

San Jose, CA – Santa Clara County Loan Summary: Single Family Home 870 Square Feet, 2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom $125,000 Loan Amount 36% Loan-to-Value Non-Owner Occupied (Investment) The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different loan scenarios will

Funded: $274,000 Private Money Loan in Hayward, CA (Alameda County)

Hayward, CA – Alameda County Loan Summary: Single Family Home 1,596 Square Feet, 3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bathroom $274,000 Loan Amount 65% Loan-to-Value Non-Owner Occupied (Investment) The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different loan scenarios will help you

Funded: $200,000 Private Money Loan in Seaside, CA (Monterey County)

Seaside, CA – Monterey County Loan Summary: Extensively Remodeled Single Family Home 976 Square Feet, 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom $200,000 Loan Amount 57% Loan-to-Value Non-Owner Occupied (Investment) The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different loan scenarios will