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Articles about Hard Money


Commercial | February 2017 
Financing Courage
Have you ever hit a brick wall with a traditional lender when working with a borrower that has a lingering lien, a property with environmental issues or even a pending bankruptcy? When conventio...
By Kevin Wolfer, president and CEO, Kennedy Funding Financial LLC

Commercial | February 2017 
Find the Best Alternative
  SIDEBAR Key Questions As lenders show interest in a client’s project, it is important t...
By Mark Fogel, president and CEO, ACRES Capital

Commercial | January 2017 
Take Advantage of Second Chances
Hard money loans play an important role in the marketplace. First, they offer financing to those who otherwise would be without access to such credit, and they finance short-term borrowing needs with ...
By Ted Kapnek, Entrepreneur

Commercial | January 2017 
Hitting the Wall of Maturities
Many market watchers are anxiously keeping an eye on the wave of maturing loan debt that secures billions of dollars in commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS). Some market observers believe that...
By Ann Hambly, founder and CEO, 1st Service Solutions

Commercial | January 2017 
The Search for a Better Loan
What do you do when you’ve outgrown the nest of your short-term bridge loan? It’s time to find a new home — one with a longer term and a lower interest rate. When seeking longer-term financing options...
By Michael Boggiano, national sales manager, Silver Hill Funding

Commercial | January 2017 
Leap Into Alternative Lending
As banking regulations have tightened, banks have grown reluctant to fund as many loans as they used to, leaving commercial mortgage brokers and borrowers feeling the pinch. Alternative lending source...
By Gary Bechtel, president, Money360

Residential | January 2017 
Hard Money Opens Doors to New Clients
Hard Money is an interesting style of lending that many residential mortgage originators may not be familiar with completely. Some may even associate it with tough predatory loans that can get your le...
By Ian Walsh, vice president, Hard Money Lenders

Residential | January 2017 
An Unexpected Duet
Originators today are desperately trying to recover the market share they lost after the mortgage crisis of 2008. At a time when conventional lending is being squeezed by QM, ATR, TRID, LE, CD, HMDA a...
By Jeffrey Tesch, managing director, RCN Capital LLC

Residential | January 2017 
Seek Refuge When Rates Rise
Residential mortgage originators have enjoyed the low interest rate environment in recent years that has provided healthy pipelines driven by purchases and enhanced by renewed refinance activity. At t...
By Paul Smoot, director of wholesale originations, LendingOne

Residential | December 2016 
Securing Cash for Construction
To many potential homebuyers, the idea of building a home for their specific needs and desires sounds ideal. The process of applying for, and closing on, a construction loan for a single-family home, ...
By Aaron Buss, vice president, SIC Funds

Commercial | December 2016 
The Elusive Interest Rate Challenge
Key Points What impacts interest rates for hard money loans The supply and demand for nonbank lo...
By Corey Curwick Dutton, founder, Private Money Utah

Residential | November 2016 
Expanding the Box of Opportunity
Spend enough time in the housing market, and you will see plenty of ups and downs. In the wake of the financial crisis some 10 years ago, lenders shut their doors to homebuyers, other than those with ...
By Matthew J. Tomiak, managing director, Redwood Trust Inc.

Residential | October 2016 
Satisfying the Need for Speed
A popular video game, “Need for Speed,” features go-fast cars that cost more than the average automobile. Bridge loans for homebuyers are similar in concept. They cost more than traditional ...
By Jan Brzeski, managing director and chief investment officer, Crosswind Financial and Arixa Capital Advisors

Commercial | August 2016 
Traversing the Private-Money Path
As the influence of private-money lenders has grown in the past decade, so have the types of lenders that fit the private-money definition. Borrowers need a roadmap through the private-lending landsca...
By Don Pelgrim, owner and CEO, Wilshire Finance Partners

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


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