Texas Direct Hard Money Private Lenders

Dallas - Austin - Houston

Loan Rates from 7.99%* 

Investment - Fix&Flip - Bridge - Commercial - Business - Construction - Cash Out

Fast/Easy Approval Process

Loan Value Up to 90%*

Funding in Days

 From $50,000 to $50,000,000*

 No Prepayment Penalties*

 PreApproved in 24 Hours

Flexible Terms From 3 to 60 Months*

 Fixed Rate From 7.99%*

Commercial/Construction Loans

Business Loans/Fix&Fip Loans

BBB A+ Rating

 Trust Deed Investing

Why Choose Level 4 Funding

Level 4 Funding is a California Hard Money Mortgage Broker who will work for you to provide you with the best possible rates and terms.   We are better than the bank, we’ll go to bat for you, to personally show your loan criteria to over 200+ professionals that will provide their best rock bottom terms and conditions. Underwriting is fast and easy; with closing is just a few days. Loan Rate start at 7.99%*.

Call Level 4 Funding for a private hard money loan from $50,000 to over $50,000,000. If you need money for California Investment Purchase, Fix&Flip, Bridge Loans, Commercial Loans, Business Loans, Construction Loans, Cash-Out Loans we can help.

Level 4 Funding LLC is among the very few California private hard money loan broker located in the Arizona and Texas that funds private hard money loans for variety of real estate investors and professionals.

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  • “Top notch loan broker. who was awesome, quick, prompt, and most importantly, delivered. I would say don't even waste your time with another broker - these folks get the deal done, period. As a lawyer, they have helped me and many of my clients with a can-do attitude, and professionalism that is unmatched. A definite recommendation.”
  • “I was working with a hard money lender (OF) for the past ten days. 24 hours before my loan was supposed to close they called me and told me they were lowering my loan amount by 15%. I called Mark G at Level 4 Funding and told him the situation. If you want work with someone honest and professional call Level 4 Funding today.”
    Roger Johanson
  • “After hearing, the good things about this company, I think they are on top of their game. I will keep recommending people I know in Arizona to level 4 Funding.”
    Rick Carrol

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We are brokers and have a wide array of sources to fund you next project. Better than the bank we will promote your project to find you the best rates and terms.

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Considering a Texas Hard Money Loan for your next commercial project or business plan?


If that’s where your financing search is headed important to
know the pros and cons of a commercial hard money loan.

By know you know California hard money loans are some of the most readily available hard money financing options, which is great for shopping around for the best rates and terms. But, in general, you may be wondering what exactly the benefits or rather advantages of California hard money loans are? Moreover, you may also want to know exactly what the disadvantages are of these particular kinds of loans. Well, the good news is the benefits outweigh the disadvantages by far.

For instance, starting out with the benefits, you will find out early on that these particular loans are approved and funded quickly, which is often the main reason people choose to use hard money in the first place. The next benefit you will find is that hard money financing options have fewer requirements. This means that unlike traditional financing options or bank lending you will not have to deal with an exorbitant amount of red tape. Consequently, common red flags such as bad credit, a previous foreclosure or bankruptcies are less likely to harm your chances of getting approved.

Another major benefit to Texas Hard Money is the ability to get a project funded that you were unable to get funded or rather financed anywhere else. One common example is a fix and flip project. Often, banks are not interested in short-term lending. This is not to say that banks do not offer short-term options but rather that banks are in the business of making money and the easiest way to do that is to approve long-term loans more often. Furthermore, banks look at these kinds of projects such as a fix and flip as high-risk which only make getting financing harder.

The Pitfalls of a Texas Commercial Hard Money

So now that we’ve covered the major benefits of all things hard money, let’s talk about those pesky pitfalls and disadvantages. The top disadvantage when dealing with hard money financing is of course that higher than average interest rate. But, in reality, just as banks need to make a profit and are concerned about high-risk borrowers, non-bank lenders need to see some return on their investment hence the higher rates. Disadvantage number 2 is the fact that hard money financing is only available for short-term use. This means if you are looking for financing for a project that others have deemed high-risk for more than 1-5 years you may have to look elsewhere.

Texas Commercial Hard Money

Lastly, hard money loans require either a minimum amount of equity i.e. at least 25% or a significant down payment. In the world of Texas Commercial Hard Money, that minimum amount becomes 40% and the down payment is much larger. This increase is ultimately due to the fact that if there is a default, selling the commercial property is much harder to do and often requires a discounted sale price in order to recoup what the non-bank lender lost.