Level 4 Funding

Phoenix Arizona Hard Money Lender

Level 4 Funding is now offering private placement for investors

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Mortgage loan broker, Dennis Dahlberg, of Level 4 Funding in Phoenix, Arizona is pleased to announce that Level 4 Funding is now offering private placement for investors, giving them a fixed 8 percent return on their investment. “This is a very nice first for us at Level 4 Funding,” says Dahlberg, “We are happy that we are able to do it for our investors.”
Level 4 Funding brings together licensed real estate agent Dennis Dahlberg and his extensive 40 years of experience in residential real estate and Arizona Licensed Real Estate Agent, Mark Gowlovech, who, as a recruiter, was responsible for $600,000 in annual sales.
In addition to a fixed 8 percent return on investments, Level 4 Funding is also an Arizona mortgage broker, a tremendous process that not many fully complete. However, being an Arizona mortgage broker is partly why Level 4 Funding can offer such fantastic returns on investments.
“We can offer to help investors now,” explains Dahlberg. “As well as offer a full array of loans.”
For more information on what Level 4 Funding can do for you and your real estate goals, go to http://www.level4funding.com/ or call 623-582-4444.
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Level 4 Funding LLC
23335 N 18th Drive Suite 120
Phoenix AZ 85027

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This entry was posted on November 16, 2013 by in alternative funding option for investors, Arizona Hard Money, private money lender.
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