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Hard Money Lenders: We’re Here for You

Whether you’re a real estate investor who needs to pounce on a deal or you’re a hard-working person who’s having a tough time securing traditional financing through a bank, you need to work with a hard money lender you can count on; a lender you can trust.

That’s Paces Funding.

Working with Hard Money Lenders

Paces Funding is a hard money lender offering loans for the purchase or renovation of non-owner occupied residential or commercial properties throughout the Southeast. Our competitive rates and our willingness to work around our clients’ unique circumstances make us one of the best hard money lenders – and we can help you get the financing you deserve.

Do You Qualify for a Hard Money Loan?

Call us at (404)814-1644 or send us an email. We’ll be happy to answer your questions and see if you qualify for a hard money loan.

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If all of your equity is tied up in real estate and you need some cash, call Paces Funding. We are an Atlanta Hard Money lender offering hard money loans to purchase and renovate non-owner occupied residential and commercial properties throughout the Atlanta Georgia metropolitan area. Common Sense Lending is the name of the game! Get more details and information.

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New Construction Hard Money Loans

New Construction

Builders & Investors – this video is for you. We provide hard money loans for new construction properties whether building from scratch or a property that is partially developed. We are an Atlanta Hard Money lender offering hard money loans to purchase and renovate non-owner occupied residential and commercial properties throughout the Atlanta Georgia metropolitan area. Common Sense Lending is the name of the game!

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For many investors, a great strategy is to buy a fixer-upper, put in the work, and then rent the property out as a short-term rental using a service such as Airbnb. But could that be a good plan for you? This guide explains. Should You Buy a Fixer-Upper and Turn it Into an Airbnb? Buying a fixer-upper is a great idea, especially if you have: the time to put into fixing it up the money for repairs and renovations the patience to see the project through from start to finish If you do buy a fixer-upper and get it ready

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As a new real estate investor - possibly one who's looking at hard money loans as an option - you're probably searching through all the resources you can find to help launch your business. Check out these five great books for new real estate investors that you may find useful. The Millionaire Real Estate Investor by Gary Keller The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki The 4-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss Here's a closer look at each. Book #1 for New Real

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An article published in early March in Yahoo Finance reported that home prices are likely to continue to rise in the coming months.   Zillow expects that average U.S. home prices will rise over 14 percent this year, and cities in the South will see even higher gains. Although every region across the country saw higher home prices last year, according to the report, the South and Southeast experienced the highest increases with more than 25 percent each.   With volatile home prices, many potential homebuyers—especially those living on a fixed income—may feel that owning a home is becoming increasingly out

  • Home Sales in January Jump Nearly 7 Percent, Economy Slows. 4 Key Things to Know

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A February article published in The Balance, a website that centers on personal finance, reported that home sales in January rose sharply even as the U.S. economy slowed down. Here are four highlights to know. January's Home Sales Increase Surprises Forecasters Home sales rose 6.7 percent in January—a sharp increase from a 3.8 percent decline the previous month, and the highest annualized sales pace in a year. The rise came at the surprise of market forecasters who had anticipated a decline, according to the National Association of Realtors. January Saw the Lowest Home Inventory in Decades Amid persistently-low home inventory and

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“We needed quick cash to help finish our project. Paces Funding took our application and gave us a fast approval and funded quickly. They made the difference!”

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