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Author Topic: How Do I Find a Hard Money Lender?  (Read 9234 times)

Offline Investor5555

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Re:Hard money lender wanted
« Reply #15 on: November 14, 2005, 09:47:45 am »
>>If the information that you are receiving is headed in the wrong direction...redirect it.  Don't be an assho$% about it. <<

Um, I did redirect it many times. Read the thread.

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Re:Hard money lender wanted
« Reply #16 on: November 14, 2005, 10:26:25 am »
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If you have a property WORTH $100K and are loaning $65K, why does it even matter if I have 850 score or 200 score? Why does it matter if I am a convict, on death row with AIDS, or Donald Trump? You are protected by the ASSET!

Well, I guess when you become president of your own bank you can make those decisions.  Otherwise, you asked for input from the money people and you received it.

In the interim,  it would appear that the responses from the seasoned members of the club seem to be pretty consistent.  Private HML is your only shot of evading the obvious.  I hope that someone can assist you.

You might want to work on your presentation though.

Good Luck
« Last Edit: November 14, 2005, 10:33:34 am by Mdhaas »
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Offline Investor5555

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Re:Hard money lender wanted
« Reply #17 on: November 14, 2005, 10:36:00 am »
Which is what I am looking for. Private HML. My original post was quite clear as to what I wanted. Hard money, no credit pulled.

My tone came after all the other nonsense. It took several posts, being quite calm and clear.

As I see that this thread is going nowhere, I will have to look for other options elsewhere.

I did not ask for the input provided. I stated my needs, and got answered with negativity and irrelevance, as if I was some newbie with bad credit looking for free money.

I have consistently stated that I want an asset based loan. Whatever my reasons are not important.

I thought that this forum would be able to help. The tangential comments are what got me annoyed.

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Re:How Do I Find a Hard Money Lender?
« Reply #18 on: November 15, 2005, 01:00:51 pm »
Investor5555,
If you had actually taken the time to read the posting rules (first post in every single forum links to the rules), you would realize that asking for folks to contact you about a loan is against the rules.  Those that responded to your initial post did so attempting to provide information relevant to your request without breaking the rules.

The forums are for sharing information, not for networking, soliciting or finding a lender.  Thanks for understanding and cooperating.

(For those that are confused by the flow of this thread, most, if not all, of the initial poster's requests to be contacted by a lender were removed.)
« Last Edit: November 15, 2005, 01:01:50 pm by TRandle »
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Offline kdhastedt

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Re:How Do I Find a Hard Money Lender?
« Reply #19 on: November 15, 2005, 03:25:04 pm »
(For those that are confused by the flow of this thread, most, if not all, of the initial poster's requests to be contacted by a lender were removed.)

Yes, they were and apparently by more than one of us!

 :(

Keith
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Offline Investor5555

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Re:How Do I Find a Hard Money Lender?
« Reply #20 on: November 15, 2005, 03:58:35 pm »
If I violated the rules I apologize.

I have since been in contact with several HMLs who will accept my credit report and not pull it, and others who do not even care to see it.

If this is not the place to network or contact HMLs and private money, perhaps it could have been pointed out earlier.


Offline kdhastedt

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Re:How Do I Find a Hard Money Lender?
« Reply #21 on: November 16, 2005, 08:20:52 am »

<<If this is not the place to network or contact HMLs and private money, perhaps it could have been pointed out earlier.>>

Hmmm....let's see...there is a big header on each forum that says:

 "----- READ RULES HERE BEFORE POSTING ----- "

...when you click on that there is a posting by the site Administrator that CLEARLY defines the rules and gives you alternatives as to where to post...as Tim Randle said, "If you had actually taken the time to read the posting rules (first post in every single forum links to the rules), you would realize that asking for folks to contact you about a loan is against the rules."

Did you read the rules as required?

Have you yet?

The Moderators and the Administrator try to give some latitiude when posts are made, especially by the newcomers - we understand that the rules can be 'troublesome' especially if you're used to the other "food-fight" REI forums out there...you got cut some slack.  Recommend you read the rules and play nice in the sandbox -- if so, that'll probably be the last you hear of it.

Thanx for your cooperation!

Keith
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Offline Investor5555

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Re:How Do I Find a Hard Money Lender?
« Reply #22 on: November 16, 2005, 09:51:33 am »
First of all, I apologized, and you STILL feel necessary to take a negative tone and attack me.

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Did you read the rules as required?

Have you yet?

My post wasn't SPECIFICALLY in violation, BTW. Someone was able to post a link to what I wanted.

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perhaps it could have been pointed out earlier

I was saying, before posting all the attacks and nonsense. Many messages went back and forth before someone said, "go elsewhere".

I got a lot of nonsense.

Being NEW to the forum, you SEASONED EXPERTS could have easily recognized a "rules violation" and immediately redirected me. Instead, I get this attacks, like yours, well after the fact.

I tried to ask and play nice. Read the threads. I was not the one who took it negative first. It is people like you that feel better when attacking someone.

Let's remember what my initial post was, and I did NOT specifically violate the rules. I do not specifically ask for one of you to loan me money or network here.

A simple reply could have been: check out this link, or check out this part of the site.

NO! You people had to talk about all sorts of things, irrelevant, and then yell at me for violating rules that really, I DID NOT.

So, go ahead, feel better and attack me.

Offline kdhastedt

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Re:How Do I Find a Hard Money Lender?
« Reply #23 on: November 16, 2005, 10:35:10 am »

Easy big fella...I'm not "attacking" you, I'm presenting facts from the other side and asked two questions, neither of which you've answered.  Neither did anyone "yell" at you.  Lighten up...

Perhaps your skin is a little too thin?  

Keith
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