In my book a condo is just a step above a trailer house. Honestly, I would prefer a trailer house because then I can't hear my neighbors arguing next door or above me. So, how do they get away with charging 150k-175k for a 2-3 bedroom condo in my city when you can find 2-3 bedroom houses for 100k-185k? It doesn't make sense to me. What am I missing here?

submitted by /u/weird_foreign_odor
[link] [comments]

NATIONWIDE HARD MONEY & PRIVATE LENDING SOURCES

Submit one inquiry – Connect to multiple nationwide funding sources  

A loan from a private lender is an asset-based loan secured by real property. Because the loan is secured by the value of the property, income verification and credit scores are not usually the primary deciding factors in credit extension.

  • Terms ranging from short term 12 month loans to 30 year loans
  • Loans starting at $75,000
  • No income verification loans
  • Asset-based lending with minimal credit score requirements
  • Rates starting at only 4.99% for longer term loans
  • Interest only loan options