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Residential | June 2019 
Clear the Financing Hurdle
In search of a competitive advantage, originators are leaping to alternative mortgages, loans that can benefit borrowers who may not qualify for more conventional financing. Even large financial insti...
By Jovan Vaughn, designated broker, Mortgage Point

Commercial | May 2019 
The New Office Behemoth
Definition Coworking ...
By Lee H. Roberts, managing partner, SharpVue Capital

Commercial | January 2019 
Navigate the Foreign-Investment Market
Imagine you have a client with 12 acres of highly sought-after waterfront property in Barbados who wants to develop a residential high-rise building. Or maybe you have a client with an opportunity to ...
By Edwin Urrego, executive loan officer, Kennedy Funding Financial

Commercial | December 2018 
Foreign Nationals Are Good for Business
In all lending markets, knowledge and understanding are critical to the offering of a specific product or service. In some cases, the process becomes more challenging and greater insight is required, ...
By Garry Barnes, director, PW Partners Consultancy

Commercial | November 2018 
Focus on Foreign Nationals
Most commercial mortgage brokers will not be surprised to hear that foreign nationals represent a significant market opportunity within real estate finance. Brokers may not know, however, that undocum...
By Lawrence S. Brown, CEO, Evergreen Private Finance

Commercial | August 2018 
Look Beyond Today
Demand for commercial real estate capital has increased nationwide in the past few years. Regulations implemented after the financial crisis a decade ago, however, have led banks to use more cautious ...
By Justin Short, managing director of proprietary lending, Hunt Mortgage Group

Residential | May 2018 
A Never-Slowing Pipeline
Real estate investors coming over from other countries — especially China, Mexico and Canada — and paying cash for properties in the U.S. is not a new thing, but it does seem to be a growing trend. Ac...
By Eric Tran, CEO, Universal Commercial Capital

Commercial | March 2018 
The Right Financing for Your Deal Is out There
Commercial banks may be tightening their lending standards, but capital is still available if you know how and where to find alternatives. Many banks are being conservative because of leasing cha...
By Ben Kadish, president and founder, Maverick Commercial Mortgage Inc.

Residential | November 2017 
Global Lending Is Within Your Grasp
In general, large U.S. retail and consumer banks, and most wholesale lenders do not offer residential mortgage loans to international borrowers. This means an enormous opportunity exists for community...
By Jim Picciotto, senior mortgage loan originator, TCB

Commercial | July 2017 
Tune Into Global Real Estate Investment
Much has been said about foreign real estate investment in the United States and the impact it is having on the industry. Commercial mortgage brokers should be tuned into this trend and the implicatio...
By Matthew McGovern, director, GRS Group

Commercial | June 2017 
Devote Time to Emerging Markets
In search of higher yields, commercial investors are betting on the concept of “18-hour cities,” places where people live, work and play in large numbers. These cities are not only business centers wi...
By Clark Briner, founder and CEO, Revere Capital

Residential | February 2017 
Prepare for the Unexpected
For every unique lending situation, there is a unique loan solution. In today’s ever-changing economy, it is critical for mortgage originators to have access to a vast product portfolio with an array ...
By Aaron Nemec, executive vice president of production, Academy Mortgage Corp.

Residential | December 2016 
Foreign Homebuyers Like to Feel at Home
Flocks of Canadian snowbirds travel annually to the U.S. to seek refuge from the frigid winters and to enjoy activities like golf, sightseeing and tennis. A National Association of Realtors report — t...
By Alain Forget, director of U.S. business development, RBC Bank

Commercial | December 2015 
Overseas Investors Join the Crowd
In turbulent overseas markets, especially China, investors are eager to hold fixed-income investments and hard assets, including U.S. commercial real estate properties and securities. Where do they fi...
By Scott Picken, founder and CEO, Wealth Migrate

Residential | October 2007 
Mexico's Need-to-Knows
Brokers with a mind for details; the ability to handle property, income and legal documentation; and a familiarity with Spanish might consider expanding their business into Mexico. A...
By Courtney Sapin, broker, Commercial Mortgage Broker Services

 
 

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