Magna Capital Group, Inc. provides equity based private and hard money loans for residential and Commercial properties for sub prime money borrowers who do not meet the stringent requirements of conventional underwriting guidelines. Our excellent reputation as a private and hard money lender in California has been built on our ability to provide fast financing solutions for borrowers who have come across challenging times and are in need of fast, creative financing solutions without regard to their FICO credit score. We have provided mortgage brokers and real estate investors, with a direct and reliable source of funding for collateral-based residential and Commercial real estate loans throughout California. We specialize in funding “quick close” real estate loans to Individuals, Corporations, LLC’s, Partnerships, Trusts and other legal business entities. With over 30 years of experience in the real estate industry, we provide unmatched expertise in customizing a loan structure to meet your specific funding requirements with minimal documentation.
Magna Capital Group, Inc. is fully staffed for fast, direct and friendly customer service. We understand that our emphasis on a high level of customer service to borrowers and brokers has been paramount to our success. From initial underwriting to loan funding, we provide excellent service to both the borrower and the broker. We pride ourselves on building long-lasting relationships. At Magna Capital Group, Inc. our mission is a driving commitment to deliver fast and flexible hard money loan solutions borrowers’ unique or difficult financing requirements. This takes experience, determination, hard work and a clear understanding of the unique needs of the each individual borrower.
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