How can I find a lender to purchase land in North Carolina? I live in NJ.

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If you know where you want to live, call a local lender there and ask about financing land. Try to find a small,local bank. They will be more willing to help you out to help the community.
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answer by Bill Kruckenberger    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
United Community Bank is lending on a lot of vacant property in Western North Carolina. I've had 3 clients close using them for vacant land this week.
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Erik Stephens with Supreme Lending is the best loan officer in Charlotte, NC. I have used Erik for my buyer's lending needs for over 10 years and he has never missed a close date for me.
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answer by Sam Grogan    |   Contact Me
Erik Stephens with Supreme Lending is the best loan officer in Charlotte, NC. I have used him for over 10 years and he has never missed a close date with me. Give me a call and I will provide you with his contact information.
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Assuming land is residential zoned and you will put a home there some day: I would suggest you contact a mortgage lender/ in the Raleigh or Charlotte branches of US Bank in North Carolina - a mortgage broker can be the middle man for you but they do lot loans as future owner occupied to build upon. If it's commercial, I have other advice...
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Find a Cape Fear Farm Credit near the property you are looking at purchasing. They are great for land financing.
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