“Hard money” is fast money, but costly. Offered at high interest rates, it fills a need for some Treasure Valley house flippers and builders who may have trouble getting bank loans — or who simply don’t want to wait.
Matthew Oppenheimer had to move to create Remitly. Now in Seattle, the 34-year-old Boise native is running his first startup — a financial technology business that currently handles more than $1 billion a year in transactions for hundreds of thousands of customers sending money home to the Philippines, Mexico and other countries.
Honors received by Treasure Valley businesses, government agencies, and educational and nonprofit organizations. Business openings and expansions, purchases and mergers, contracts, investments and partnerships. Major milestones and anniversaries.