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Lender for Real Estate Investors Rebrands as Patch Lending

Patch of Land, a private money lender for real estate investors, has rebranded as Patch Lending. So reports Real Estate Weekly.

Patch of LandThe Los Angeles-based company said its new name and logo are in keeping with its mission to provide debt capital for real estate investment properties.

Patch has funded more than $1.5 billion in loans.

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