TNL Helps Homeowners In California With Rising Cost Of Living

June 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The Net Lender in California has announced that they are helping homeowners to combat the rising cost of living in the state. California remains one of the most expensive states to live in with regards to home prices and other costs. TNL states that there are a number of people who are leaving the state to find lower costs of living. Some are forced to borrow money in order to make ends meet. A recent story by TNL regarding the high cost of living in California can be read on Press Advantage.

A representative for the company says, “It’s a shame that many are having to sell their homes and pack up their families and leave the state in order to afford to live. Some consumers are barely scraping by, even those with relatively high paying jobs. The simplest financial emergency, such as a minor car repair, can send those consumers scrambling to find funds to handle these situations.”

TNL states that they offer a number of financial resources that can help California residents with their funding woes. The company provides a wide range of financial assistance that can be customized for each individual need.

“We always encourage residents to visit us and allow us to help them to find a solution for their specific needs,” says the company spokesperson. “We get inquiries a lot from people who are not sure of what they need or how to go about funding their financial needs, and many tell us that they are often unable to find suitable ‘loans near me’ to meet those needs.”

Studies show that the California is among the five highest cost of living states in the nation. TNL states that whether consumers simply need assistance to get back on their feet after a financial downfall or need funding for an emergency situation, they can help. The company offers financial assistance without the need for stellar credit.

“Many people in California do not have great credit,” says the TNL representative. “And this is due in part to the high cost of living. Some may have missed a payment on their credit cards or be behind on their mortgage because they just don’t have the funding to handle those emergency financial needs, so we don’t worry with high credit scores.”

TNL states that anyone in the state can apply for financial assistance and that the company will sit down with each individual customer and help them to develop a solution that will meet their financial needs with a payment schedule that is customized to each customer’s specific budget.

The company states that there are only a few qualifications that need to be met in order for customers to get assistance. They add that once these qualifications are met, the customer can typically count on receiving their financial assistance within just a day or so.

Applicants will need to have a valid source of income and the lower the income, the lower the amount of assistance that may be available. The company representative states that anyone who has questions about the process can contact the company directly for more information.

TNL has a website that also offers more information on their programs and resources where customers can get answers to most of their questions. The company states that their goal is to help customers with their financial needs, while helping them to save money over many other offered services by other companies.

Those who would like to learn more can visit the company online. The official TNL website also offers a quick and easy online application where customers can submit their information and the company states that their online application makes the process a bit simpler both for the customer and for the company. Once the application has been submitted, customers can contact the company directly to stay updated on the status. Those interested can also contact TNL directly through email or by phone or visit their website at https://thenetlender.com

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For more information about The Net Lender, contact the company here:

The Net Lender
(888) 663-7074
The Net Lender California

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