Salt Lake City, UT (PressExposure) November 04, 2009 -- DoHardMoney.com, a hard money lender headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, has announced plans to begin expanding into other states. With a second office already in place in Colorado, serving real estate investors in the greater Boulder area, DoHardMoney has seen that there is an urgent need for hard money loans in other states as well.
"Hard Money is not only changing the lives of people who borrow it, but it's improving cities all over America," says CEO of DoHardMoney ( http://www.DoHardMoney.com ), Ryan Wright. "Hard Money is about giving someone the financing so they can live the American Dream. And we want to help as many people as possible to achieve that dream."
The present economic slump has hurt the housing market all across the United States, increasing the number of home sales and foreclosures. Many of these homes need to be repaired before they can be resold. That's where hard money lenders enter the picture. Providing a bridge between banks and investors or homeowners, hard money lenders can help investors get housing units repaired and resold quickly and affordably. ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hudMW2cD5CQ )
DoHardMoney.com, already successful in Utah and Colorado, now plans to expand their efforts to help housing markets in more states. CEO Ryan Wright plans to shortly release full details of his company's plans to make their services available to real estate investors in other states.
"Being in the hard money business for years, I have seen a lot of lenders, and these guys are cheap and easy. They always get the job done in record time, and it's always done right," says Byron, who has worked with DoHardMoney on a number of projects. Wright comments, "We always enjoy working with Byron, and we're really looking forward to working with lots more people like him, as we make DoHardMoney available in more markets across the United States."
DoHardMoney.com ( [http://www.dohardmoney.com/aboutus.php] ) provides short-term loans to real estate investors, usually making the loan amount available within 48 hours. The company commits to help both individuals and the economy to recover from the down turn. Hard money loans offer a way to fund such investments, allowing investors to fix and flip multiple houses in parallel.
"By Dec 31, 2015 we want our clients to have made $18.5 million dollars profit. One way to do that is to reach more clients, and help them meet their goals," notes Wright. His plans to offer the company's hard money lending services in new states will, he hopes, help the company reach or surpass that goal.