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Articles about Distressed Properties

 

Commercial | September 2016 
Stabilizing Assets With Turnaround Capital
Heading into the fourth quarter of 2016, commercial mortgage lenders should see a steady velocity of deals as the demand for U.S. commercial real estate shows little sign of abating. For the lender, r...
By Sanford Herrick, founder and managing principal, Case Real Estate Capital LLC

Residential | July 2016 
Do You See Points of Distress?
A nationwide decline in foreclosures and a diminishing number of underwater homeowners is obviously good news for the country and its housing market. For mortgage originators who specialize in distres...
By Amy Bergseth, vice president of operations, Exceleras LLC

Residential | July 2016 
Polish Those Defective Loans
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has a worthwhile goal of providing consumers with a more predictable and transparent mortgage process. Unfortunately, in the nine months since the imple...
By Jeff Bode, owner and CEO, Mid America Mortgage Inc.

Commercial | July 2016 
Jump-Start Troubled Properties
Borrowers who find accessing bank financing problematic — including many commercial real estate borrowers — can benefit from bridge loans. Although the loans can be expensive, they are often the most ...
By Jeffrey Wolfer, president and CEO, Silver Arch Capital Partners

Commercial | July 2016 
Distressed Properties Differ from Distressed Neighborhoods
A distressed property differs from a distressed neighborhood. Commercial mortgage brokers need to understand the distinctions so they can select the right lender for a transaction. Distressed pr...
By Ted Kapnek, Entrepreneur

Commercial | July 2016 
The New Face of Distressed Property
The economic recovery has created some breathing room for commercial real estate owners who fought off foreclosure during the recession. The better times, however, mask a new set of financing woes for...
By Tommy Snyder, president, 1619 Capital Partners

Residential | June 2016 
Underwater Homeowners Are Still Looking for a Lifeline
At a glance Hardest Hit Fund overview The Hardest Hit Fund (HHF) is a $9.6 billion financing poo...
By Pam Marron, loan originator, Innovative Mortgage Services Inc.

Residential | May 2016 
The Death of Refi Is Greatly Exaggerated
With interest rates expected to increase from their historic lows as this year progresses, many originators are working to retool their loan-production game plans to target home-purchase loans over re...
By Darrin Stobaugh, consultant

Commercial | December 2015 
Opportunities Remain in Transitional Properties
During the market’s recovery from the worst recession since The Great Depression, a vast number of once-underwater commercial assets — transitional properties — were recapitalized through private-le...
By Sanford Herrick, founder and managing principal, Case Real Estate Capital LLC

Commercial | July 2015 
A Big, Distressed Question
The infamous mortgage crisis, which began nearly 10 years ago, had major implications on residential real estate. It also created serious problems for the commercial real estate industry — as th...
By Scott Miller, co-founder, Commercial Real Estate Distressed Assets Association (CREDAA)

Commercial | July 2015 
From Foreclosed to Fortunes
Commercial mortgage brokers and hard money lenders are always looking for new business. One potential avenue can be found by looking at the remnants of the housing collapse. The real estate mel...
By Yanni Raz, CEO, HML Investments

Commercial | July 2015 
Avoid the Road to Distress
Commercial real estate is headed down a familiar path. Sure, the landscape is lush. Cities are booming, almost all key metrics are headed in the right direction, and the problems that the industry enc...
By Ann Hambly, founder and CEO, 1st Service Solutions; and Rob Seidenwurm, senior vice president of legal outreach, 1st Service Solutions

Commercial | March 2015 
Sail Safely Across Receivership
Over the years receivership has emerged as a valuable part of the foreclosure process. Borrowers can stipulate to the appointment of a receiver to reduce foreclosure defense costs, stop hemorrhaging c...
By William J. Hoffman, chairman and CEO, Trigild

Residential | January 2015 
Opportunities Abound in the Distressed Market
The distressed single-family marketplace is still rich with opportunities for lenders and investors alike. Investors using a purchase, renovation and resale strategy are reaping yields and improving c...
By Trixy Weiss, founder, Genesis

Commercial | December 2008 
Seek Lenders that Use Third-Party Help
With much distressed real  estate entering the market at various stages of completion, property-value estimations are important for all players in a real estate deal. But most equity-bu...
By Jeff Burton, founder and president, American Dream Development; and Randy C. Norton, managing partner, National Capital Partners

 
 

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