Market Overview Joins Inc. 5000 List For 2018

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WEST JORDAN, Utah, Aug. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- was honored as a member of the 2018 Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies. This yearly list announcement is highly anticipated within the business community and was officially released on August 15, 2018.

DHM ranked #1862 in its first appearance in the list, also receiving the rank of #22 of companies awarded within the state of Utah. Inc staffers review financial records that are verified by accountants, as well as looking at company leadership and policies to determine eligibility and placement. DoHard's 2017 revenues were $5.4million. The company experienced 241% growth since 2014. Revenues are generated via loans and product offering for real estate investors, with an emphasis on helping new investors primarily with what is known as a "fix and flip" investment.

"This is something that was made possible through all of the efforts of our great borrowers, investors and members. And our internal team, both here in the corporate office and throughout the company all work hard every day to make this a reality." said Ryan G. Wright, founder and CEO of "We are so grateful to see the hard work we put in every day receive this recognition, and now challenged to keep up the growth pace in the future."

DoHardMoney was founded as a resource for first time real estate investors to give them access to the capital and resources they need to get their real estate business started. DHM filled a need in that market because most lenders require experience before funding a deal. Additionally, DHM provides these new investors with the formulas and resources used by its founder, Ryan G. Wright, to make money during the real estate market during the downturn of 2007-09. Previously only lending directly in 13 states and only on fix and flip investments, DHM has now expanded to make loans available to borrowers in 34 states and Washington D.C., as well as extending other loan types needed by investors of rental properties and new investment construction.



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