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Westpark Loans provides business-purpose real estate financing for real estate investors, self-employed borrowers, and small business owners. We have originated over $1 billion since 2007 as a direct hard money lender and broker. Let our team of seasoned professionals help you obtain the best real estate financing available while providing exceptional service.

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  • 03 Aug

    Navigating Consumer vs. Business Purpose Lending in Real Estate

    The real estate market, particularly where lending is concerned, can vary greatly depending on whether a property is purchased for consumer use or business use, or whether the proceeds of a private money loan secured by real estate will be used primarily for business needs or personal needs. This is because the rules and regulations on loans can be quite different depending on whether the loan is a business-purpose loan (such as purchasing an investment property, or taking out a loan secured by ...

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  • 03 Aug

    Mastering Loan-to-Value: A Comprehensive Guide for Real Estate Investors

    Introduction Whether you’re a novice or seasoned real estate investor, understanding key metrics like Loan-to-Value (LTV) ratio and its After-Repair variant (ARV) is critical for success. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll delve into what LTV and ARV are, their significance, practical applications, and how they influence your investment strategy.    What is Loan-to-Value (LTV) Ratio?  The Loan-to-Value (LTV) ratio measures the risk a lender takes when financing a property. It comp...

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  • 27 Jun

    The Key Tax Consequences When Flipping Homes

    Flipping properties has proven to be an excellent opportunity for investors across California, offering a profitable way to benefit from real estate without the hassle of managing rental property as a landlord. Savvy investors know how to spot a deal, buy quickly, make key updates, and sell for big gains, creating a main or passive income stream.   However, there is more to fixing and flipping houses than enjoying your profits. As with any income-generating practice, there are tax consequen...

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