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Articles about Private-Money Loans

 

Residential | March 2015 
The Next Generation of Hard-Money Lending
The evolution of hard-money lending has taken a long and fragmented path with products ranging across the spectrum, including payday loans, toxic prime, signature loans and more. Market demands have s...
By Andrew Pollock, president and CEO, WDB Funding

Commercial | November 2003 
Tapping Into a “New” Money Supply
For several years, Bruce has been using a money supply not customary in his real estate construction business.   Back in the late 80s, he found that he could not only fund his strip mall centers  with...
By Hubert Bromma, CEO, Entrust Administration, Inc.

Commercial | September 2003 
Don’t Let Sluggish Economy Slow Down Real Estate Financing— Turn to Private Lenders
With interest rates at a record low, one would think that everyone buying or developing real estate for business purposes would be able to qualify for traditional financing.  In reality, the current e...
By Darel Daik, CEO, Noble Mortgage and Investments

Residential | November 2003 
Tapping Into a “New” Money Supply
For several years, Bruce has been using a money supply not customary in his real estate construction business.   Back in the late 80s, he found that he could not only fund his strip mall centers  with...
By Hubert Bromma, CEO, Entrust Administration, Inc.

Commercial | July 2004 
Private Money for Land Acquisition & Development
Institutional lenders are seldom interested in land loans. Land loans cause institutional/traditional lenders grief for many reasons: land is not an income-producing asset; land is hard to value giv...
By Doug Esteves, senior vice president, INCA Capital

Commercial | October 2005 
A Partnership that Pays
Business is all about gaining a competitive advantage, and private lending or hard money, as it is commonly called ¾ has come into its own. Commercial brokers trying to expand their book of busine...
By Bret L. Berglund, president , Western Capital Partners LLC

Commercial | August 2005 
A No-Hassle Alternative
Picture this. You’ve spent the last four months trying to get your client a mortgage on an investment property. You gathered all the necessary personal, business and real estate financial informat...
By Don Konipol, general partner, Managed Mortgage Investment Fund LP

Commercial | July 2005 
Private money lenders see things differently
Most brokers and borrowers distinguish between private money lenders and conventional institutional lenders based on two factors: speed and cost of capital. Private money lending has a high cost of ...
By Doug Esteves, senior vice president, INCA Capital

Commercial | February 2015 
The Fine Balance in Golf Lending
Until 2008, the golf-lending market had remarkably been stable for the previous 15 years, with two reliable lending sources for mortgage originators and their golf-club clients. One source was local b...
By Peter J. Nanula, chairman, Concert Golf Partners

Commercial | December 2006 
Raw-Land Loans: The Direct Route
In today’s commercial real estate market, money is definitely more fluid. But obtaining it can still be a challenge for brokers and borrowers when it comes to creative loans. In particula...
By Jeffrey Wolfer, president and CEO, Silver Arch Capital Partners

Commercial | November 2006 
How to Solve the Condo Conundrum
With the condominium market in flux, private bridge and mezzanine lenders are seeing a rapid increase in the business of financing prudently structured projects. Brokers seeking funding for condo pr...
By Daniel Edrei, director, Meecorp Capital Markets

Commercial | November 2006 
Private Money: Behind the Scenes
Although many commercial brokers are familiar with the private-money industry, it can be somewhat tougher to understand the investor motivation and expectations behind it. Having knowledge of the in...
By Richard Zahm, director, Covendium

Commercial | October 2006 
What Private Lenders Want
One of the greatest financial challenges for today’s commercial borrowers and brokers is to get a package right for lenders the first time. As Benjamin Franklin said, “By failing to prepare, you are...
By Richard Bookbinder, founding member, TenRock Capital LLC

Commercial | July 2006 
Land a Loan for Land Alone
With existing-home prices stabilizing, new residential construction prolific and the cost of money rising, many traditional commercial lenders have become gun-shy about financing land subdivisions a...
By Daniel Edrei, director, Meecorp Capital Markets

Commercial | March 2006 
A Head for Hard Money
After being turned down by institutional sources, many mortgage brokers look to other sources to help fund clients’ loans. Hard money can offer an important source of financing for borrowers to solv...
By Dale Morrison, head of investor funding, Rescom Capital Corp. and Commercial Mortgage Corp.

 
 

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