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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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  • 11 Mar

    Private Money Real Estate Loans: An Overview & Good Reasons

    Dan Harkey, at DanHarkey.com writes great articles about real estate on his website. You can read more articles by visiting his website. In this article, he discusses “Private Money Real Estate Loans: An Overview & Good Reasons.”   Can You Collateralize Your Loan to Borrow money?   The short answer is yes, with conditions.   1)  The term “collateralize” means to pledge something of value as security for loan repayments and be willing to forfeit the asset owne...

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  • 11 Feb

    The Pros and Cons of Investing in Multifamily Properties

    With residential property prices spiking in California, the opportunity for investors is staying hot, even considering some more recent headwinds. This applies to single-family properties and multi-unit properties, such as duplexes and larger multi-occupancy residences.   More renters mean more income, making the idea of multifamily housing extremely attractive for investors with aggressive goals – as well as those looking for new direction in a market with more single-family properties t...

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  • 11 Jan

    Why It’s Important to Diversify Your Investment Portfolio with Real Estate

    Diversification is an important part of building an effective investment portfolio, no matter what the long-term objectives. While passive investors may utilize low-risk mutual funds and ETFs to diversify their holdings, active investors know that more components to a portfolio can translate into more opportunity to grow.   Real estate is an especially compelling area for those looking to diversify their portfolios. Initial investment may be higher than, say, purchasing shares of a company...

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