California Hard Money
Mortgage Vintage, Inc. provides hard money for professional real estate investors every month. Since 2007, we’ve enjoyed a proven track record of quality real estate investments and are committed to making the process easy and fast. We provide hard money loans all over Southern California. Our investors are in Newport Beach, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Long Beach, Bakersfield, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Riverside, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Irvine, San Bernardino, and more!

California Hard Money Loan Program
Mortgage Vintage’s private money/hard money loan programs are designed for California real estate investor professionals. Our reliable hard money loan programs make the process of investment funding fast and easy. In fact, our simple loan process enables our clients to close their purchases in as little as 7 days!** We work with investors buying REOs, short sales, real estate auctions, trustee sales, trustee sale refinances, private party, and even construction properties.

As a hard money lender, our programs focus on residential, multi-family, mixed use, commercial and industrial properties in Southern California, including: Los Angeles County, San Diego County, Orange County, Riverside County, Ventura County and San Bernardino County. We have also recently funded hard money loans in: Rialto, Colton, Montclair, Fountain Valley, Bloomington, Norco, Moreno Valley, Mira Loma, Encinitas, San Clemente, Riverside, Loma Linda, Redlands and Hanford.  As a trust deed investor, you can now use your self-directed IRA and solo 401(k) accounts.

Trusted Hard Money Lender
Since 2007, Mortgage Vintage, Inc. has funded well over $100 million dollars to real estate investors and business owners which have resulted in millions of dollars in profit for our clients. Whether you’re a Start-up investor that is looking to get into the real estate marketplace or a seasoned investor who invests multiple times per year, Mortgage Vintage, Inc. has both the funding capacity available and the professional resources to meet your needs.

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