https://youtu.be/cOvN98JOUI0 2020 is already shaping to be another great year for us at Inland Capital. Today we can share some great news for our customers that bid at trustee sale auctions but can’t always attend them. We have worked closely with Auction.com for over a year to launch this exclusive service to benefit our loyal […]
Inland Capital LLC, a Spokane based financial services company, announces their move to the South Hill in Spokane. For the past 5 ½ years, Inland Capital owned the historic downtown 1889 Building at 120 S Stevens St Suite 300, which it recently sold. Aaron Cunningham, CEO of Inland Capital, stated “Our new South Hill location […]
Some words from Landon Cunningham (Client Relations) on what our process for new clients looks like and what keeps our current clients coming back again and again.
Inland Capital has been busy bringing on some fresh talent and expanding our family! We would like to warmly welcome one of our newest hires, Chris Vincent.
It looks like the real estate market might be in for a little cooling off. Houses in the Pacific Northwest are starting to take a little longer to sell, including new construction homes and condos, we are also continuing to see interest rates rise.
Before CEO Aaron Cunningham ever had the idea of private money lending, he worked in real estate. In 2002, Aaron joined the industry as a real estate assistant and began selling homes in the Seattle area. Within a year, the business of selling homes turned into a business solely devoted to flipping homes with a new business partner.
Borrowing from Inland Capital means that you get privately held funds – funds that come from our own investment fund, not from a bank. We assess and analyze each loan request on an individual basis.
Shows like “Fixer Upper,” “Flip or Flop,” “First Time Flippers,” and a lot of other amazingly alliterative HGTV shows have recently become so popular that the American Dream has changed.
Opinions seem to be varied about a coming bubble. One side of the fence thinks that prices will continue to increase, while the other thinks a bubble could burst sooner than later. The rapid rate at which prices are increasing is reminiscent of what happened before the “great recession.”
Borrower Tena M. and her husband started fixing up homes in Spokane in 2017. They struggled to find a trustworthy and easy going lending partner. That is until they came across Inland Capital.