Marquis Mortgage, LLC.

Marquis Mortgage, LLC is a direct Texas hard money lender. We will lend on residential and commercial properties in Texas. We can fund quickly and have a network of hard money investors, in addition to in house hard money funds, which enables us to make many hard money loans that others cannot.

Lending Experts

Marquis Mortgage can perform closing and fundings on some hard money transactions in as little as 7 days. Additionally, we do work with brokers and borrowers directly. Hard money residential loans is our specialty. As experienced Texas hard money lenders, we strive to structure a loan that fits your needs. We specialize in El Paso, Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio Texas.

Creativity with Trust

The staff members at Marquis Mortgage are very creative, and can help you explore all hard money options available. Often times, if your transaction falls outside of our guidelines, we can still structure a loan to meet your funding needs through our network of individual capital investors.

Our Mission

Marquis Mortgage Our mission is to effectively serve the community of El Paso by providing the funding to our fellow El Pasoan's. We want to become your "go to source" in El Paso and we feel that we can do this through our established network that is now capable of meeting every new challenge that the hard money industry demands. We are proud of our history of providing invaluable tools for getting loans funded, and today, Marquis Mortgage continues to be a reliable financial resource for borrowers in El Paso,. today and the future!

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Federal Regulations - Documentation

Under Federal Regulations, we are required to make a booklet from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development available to anyone originating a mortgage loan. We are delivering this to you via online in a PDF document.

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