Magna Capital Group, Inc. is committed to helping California real estate brokers become successful as well as filling the gap for borrowers. Our wholesale lending channel is specifically tailored for brokers or bankers. We recognize the importance of all referral sources and appreciate your continued support. Your work is simple. You submit a simple real estate loan application ( MCG Submission Form ) on your borrower, basic information on the type and value of the property, an appraisal if you have one, the amount the borrower needs and we will customize a loan for your borrower.
We value our broker relationships and are committed to helping you close your transactions. Our team works diligently with you to understand the project and can immediately grasp a property’s real potential. Our approach to funding allows us to structure loans around your client’s unique set of financial circumstances. We are actively seeking residential and commercial real estate loans nationwide. If you have a borrower that does not qualify for a conventional loan, but has sufficient real estate equity as security, please allow us the opportunity to finance their project. If you are interested in submitting your loan application, please complete our MCG Submission Form, Photos, and/or appraisal for immediate underwriting.
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