The lender doesn’t have to be “local,” but they need to know Mammoth’s market. Resort lending comes with its own set of hurdles, and nuances and you’ll want to use someone who has already dealt with these problems and has closed deals in spite of them. So while you might feel some loyalty to a lender-friend or someone you’ve used for years, it’s not always worth the risk.
Should I use a local lender?
By Live Mammoth|2020-08-27T18:08:54+00:00August 27th, 2020|Categories: Buyers, Lending|0 Comments
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