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Articles about Bridge Lending

 

Commercial | June 2004 
Bridge Loans: Financial Alternatives in a Transitioning Economy Bridge
There is a point in every economic recovery where business must be the driving force that pushes the credit markets to extend resources. In manufacturing, it may take the form of a growing backlog a...
By Gregory Malanos, president, C&T Funding Inc.

Commercial | March 2005 
Bridge Loans: Developers’ Vehicle of Choice
The bridge loan is one of the most common real estate-financing vehicles. If you are a real estate developer or investor, you probably have used one. The term originates from its purpose of bridging...
By David Ross, managing director, Tremont Realty Capital

Commercial | August 2006 
Creative Financing: 3 Secrets
Business-owners can be accustomed to banks turning them down. Lenders often shy away from startups, fast-growing firms and other companies that have the greatest needs because these companies don’t...
By Marc Porter, founder and CEO, Porter Capital Corp.

Commercial | October 2008 
How to Win Investors’ Business
Commercial brokers are starting to wonder how to stay in business while the market works through its liquidity, credit and property deleveraging process. The name of the game is loan investors -- pa...
By Joe Caton, managing director, Hartford One Group

Commercial | September 2008 
Diversify to Stay Prepared
Commercial mortgage brokers are in an excellent position to benefit from the downturn in real estate. While it appears that the market has contracted and opportunities have stagnated, creative mortg...
By Milton Franklin, founder and president, Commercial Mortgage Exchange Inc.

Commercial | August 2008 
Building Bridges with Private Lenders
There are many reasons to be spooked about commercial real estate finance in today’s economy. Commercial-mortgage-backed securities (CMBSs) have faded, with issuance of only $5.9 billion...
By Daniel Edrei, director, Meecorp Capital Markets

Commercial | May 2008 
Find Flexibility in Bridge Loans
Bridge loans are short-term loans meant to give investors time to solve whatever problems are preventing them from qualifying for permanent financing or from selling their properties. The duration o...
By Joe Cacciapaglia, director of investments, Llenrock Realty Partners

Commercial | December 2009 
Understanding Trust-Deed Investing
Trust-deed investments have been around for a long time. In a nutshell, loans made via these investments are similar to mortgages, except that along with the borrower and lender, another party -- an i...
By Erich Beringer, president , Southbridge Capital Inc.

Commercial | November 2009 
Filling the Void
Although many people think interest rates must decrease again for the commercial real estate market to recover, mortgage professionals and borrowers must accept the idea that the cost of capital has r...
By Ryan Krauch, principal , Mesa West Capital

Commercial | November 2009 
For Bridge Loans, Smaller Can Be Better
In many aspects of life and business, people are getting back to the basics. In doing so, people also are frequenting smaller, specialized businesses. This also is true for the commercial mortgage ind...
By Stephan Kachani, vice president of sales and marketing, Lone Oak Fund

Commercial | July 2009 
Building the Bridge
The current credit crisis continues to test mortgage brokers and commercial property investors and owners in numerous ways. Many are finding traditional funding avenues closed when they need financing...
By Adam Luysterborghs, managing principal, Avant Capital Partners LLC

Commercial | September 2014 
Avoid Bridge-Lending Traps
Scams tend to pop up in times of crisis or where confusion has been created. Loan scams in particular prey on desperate, uninformed or confused borrowers. A recent example of this was during the rec...
By Corey Curwick Dutton, founder, Private Money Utah

Commercial | August 2014 
Fund Troubled Assets Without the Stress
Who doesn’t want to find a great deal on a distressed property? Mortgage professionals and their clients search extensively for the perfect combination of location and, in the case of commercial real ...
By Anita Huedepohl, founder and CEO, Liberty Funding

Commercial | February 2009 
Bridges Keep Your Clients Afloat
The collapse of the credit markets has made bridge loans necessary for many commercial mortgage borrowers. And in particular, it likely has made hard-money bridge loans even more appealing. These lo...
By Lisa Kelly, Director of Sales and Marketing, Equity Secured Capital

Commercial | July 2014 
Who’s Lending in the Distressed Space?
For the commercial real estate industry, distressed properties remain a nagging problem six years after the collapse of the market. Although many conventional lenders continue to d...
By Jeffrey Wolfer, president and CEO, Silver Arch Capital Partners

 
 

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