Scotsman Guide > Commercial > Articles

 Enter your e-mail address and password below.

  •  
  •  

Forgot your password? New User? Register Now.

Articles about Property Types

 

Commercial | February 2012 
It’s Time to Upgrade
Commercial mortgage brokers  who work with hotel deals may spot a growing need for the financing of renovations in the market this year. Franchisees of hotel brands seem to be under growing press...
By Jon S. Wright, president and CEO, Access Point Financial Inc.; and Heather Duvall, senior vice president of business development, Access Point Financial Inc

Commercial | January 2012 
Hotel Loans May Be Headed for Trouble
Commercial mortgage brokers working with hotel deals this year may face an uphill battle. Lenders likely will be reluctant to finance new hotels and resorts — or to refinance existing properties — if ...
By Jay Litt, president, The Litt Group

Residential | September 2012 
Turn Condo Lemons into Closings
Many mortgage originators who have worked with closing loans for condos and co-ops are keenly aware of one drawback to this market: As industry guidelines have become increasingly strict, it’s often m...
By Julie Teitel, senior vice president, GuardHill Financial Corp.

Residential | August 2012 
In Everyone’s Best Interests
When it comes to real estate owned (REO) properties, maintenance costs can add up quickly. A leaky roof can result in $10,000 of mold and drywall repairs. A neglected lawn can lead to thousands of dol...
By Michael H. Moreland, CEO, Moreland Financial LLC

Residential | June 2012 
The ABCs of Quality Bank-Branch Originations
As the mortgage landscape continues to improve, there are reasons to be cautiously optimistic for the remainder of this year. Although mortgage rates have slightly increased recently, they’re still cl...
By Malcolm B. Hollensteiner, regional director, George Mason Mortgage LLC

Residential | February 2012 
Getting Creative with Foreclosed Properties
Some mortgage professionals believe that higher housing-start figures are the scourge of a housing recovery — not a harbinger of better times. America has an oversupply of housing, and it seems sensib...
By Bob Waun, managing director, Americor Mortgage/Vacation Finance

Residential | February 2012 
Team Up for REO Sales
Mortgage brokers and originators who work with prospective real estate owned (REO) property buyers should know what has been done with these homes before they go on the market. A property’s maintenanc...
By Suzanne Ball, president, America’s InfoMart Inc.

Commercial | March 2013 
Secure SBA Funding for Hotel Deals
After a long struggle through the  economic downturn, the hotel industry finally has seen signs of recovery — particularly in improving lodging and hotel occupancy rates nationwide. Despite these...
By Barbara Morrison, founder and president, TMC Financing

Commercial | March 2013 
What’s in Your Cart?
Over the past few years, retail  investment-property sales have picked up steadily, with many buyers getting off the fence to take advantage of lower prices and more readily available financing p...
By Andy Fishler, commercial real estate broker and adviser, The Boerke Company Inc

Commercial | February 2013 
Balancing Demand and Quality
Multifamily recently has been the  shining star of commercial mortgage originations. In fact, for each of the past two years, there has been an increase in this loan type, generating more competi...
By Michael V. Lombardo, vice president and director of commercial production operations, Sterling Bank

Commercial | January 2013 
The Other Side of Natural Disasters
When Superstorm Sandy devastated metropolitan New York and New Jersey this past year, it served as an unpleasant reminder to lenders of how natural disasters may unexpectedly damage the properties sec...
By Suzanne Hollander, The People's Professor, Professor Real Estate LLC

 
 

< First | < Prev | << | 6 | 7 | Next >  | Last >|



 

 




 
 

 
 

© 2019 Scotsman Guide Media. All Rights Reserved.  Terms of Use  |  Privacy Policy