FTL Increases Presence In California

January 17, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - FTL LA #3, a Los Angeles, California based financial aid company, is reaching out to the wider community to announce that they are increasing their presence in California to better help local residents. More information about the company can be found at title loans Sacramento, CA.

FTL LA #3 says, “California, which was the land of golden dreams, has now become America’s worst housing nightmare. The overall downward trend in the country’s economy has certainly affected the state but when you add the recent wildfires on top of that, what you get is more bad luck for a state that just can’t seem to build enough new homes. People are suffering across the board, but the effects are most severely felt when it comes to housing and the real estate market.”

Statistics shared by the company show that the median price for a house in California is now over $600,000, a staggering figure that is more than twice the national level. California also has four of the country’s five most expensive residential markets—Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Orange County and San Diego. Los Angeles is seventh. Statistics also show that the poverty rate of the state, when adjusted for the cost of living, is the worst in the nation. 12% of the US population lives in California, but of that number, a quarter is made up of the homeless.

FLT LA #3 says, “Simply put, living in California is very, very expensive right now, and it does not seem to be getting better. In such troubled times, it’s not uncommon for you to find yourself in a situation where you need access to emergency funds that you simply do not have. Whether you’re behind on your rent or mortgage payment, have unexpected medical bills or just need cash on hand for whatever reason, we at FLT LA #3 are dedicated to helping you get back on your feet.”

The financial aid provider allows their customers to quickly obtain cash using their car title as collateral. The company says that this method can be an excellent solution to a cash crunch because it allows people to get the money they need without having to sell any of their assets or deplete their emergency funds. Any equity one has in their current car, pickup truck, SUV, or other type of vehicle is used to determine if one qualifies for financial aid and how much money they will be able to borrow. The company asserts that, with their services, customers can get pre-approved in 20 minutes or less at times. More information about applying for financial aid using a car title can be found at the following link: https://familytitleloans.org/blog/how-title-loans-work-california/.

The excellent financial aid services provided by FLT LA #3 has earned the company a lot of praise. In a review found on the company’s website, Dan Hernandez says, “I was really surprised at the amount of money I received from my financial aid using my truck’s title! The process here is really painless, and I was approved in about five minutes and was able to pick up the money the same day.”

In another review, Tamika Bennet praises FLT LA #3, saying, “I had to pay my property taxes and couldn’t get a personal financial aid from the bank, so I found FTL online. They were able to get me approved fast for financial aid using a car title with my Toyota Camry. Thanks, FTL!” In Arin Riley’s review, she says, “My friends told me about FTL’s services and, when I was short on cash, I thought I would give it a chance. I was glad I did, as one of their licensed vendors got me the money I need the same day!”

Those who wish to learn more about FTL LA #3 and the various services they provide can find more information at the following link: https://familytitleloans.org. Additionally, they encourage interested parties to get in touch with the company directly via email, phone or the contact form on their website. FTL LA #3 also maintains a presence on Facebook where they frequently post updates and communicate with their customers.


For more information about FTL LA #3, contact the company here:


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