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Articles about Small-Balance Commercial Lending


Commercial | April 2017 
Financing Sustainability
Over the past several years, Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loans have increasingly become part of commercial mortgage originators’ ongoing conversations with property owners. For originators, ...
By Alexandra Cooley, co-founder and president, Greenworks Lending; and Rebecca Disbrow, manager of commercial real estate underwriting, Greenworks Lending

Residential | February 2017 
Protect Against Rising Rates
The new year has just begun, yet many Americans are already abandoning the resolutions they chose just one month ago. Although residential mortgage originators may have already misplaced their gym mem...
By Michael Boggiano, national sales manager, Silver Hill Funding

Commercial | December 2016 
The Structured-Transaction Surge
For many years, large commercial buildings worth millions of dollars have been bought and sold through investment vehicles known as real estate partnerships. They are normally structured legally a...
By Andrew Schmidt, underwriter, APEX Mortgage Corp

Commercial | December 2016 
Focus on Urban Opportunities
Commercial real estate construction and development tend to be cyclical — trending up and down in line with other economic indicators. Despite the volatile nature of this industry, commercial mortgage...
By Jan B. Brzeski, managing director and chief investment officer, Arixa Capital Advisors LLC and Crosswind Financial

Residential | June 2016 
Commercial Loans Are a Golden Opportunity
If you are an originator working on the residential mortgage side of the business, you likely have commercial loan opportunities coming across your desk from time to time. If you haven’t delved ...
By Joe Mardesich, senior vice president, Harvest Small Business Finance LLC

Commercial | May 2016 
Beyond the 5 Cs
Commercial mortgage originators are familiar with the five Cs used to evaluate prospective borrowers — credit, collateral, character, capacity and common sense. Borrowers are often much less familiar ...
By Valerie Sweeney, executive vice president, APEX Mortgage Corp.

Residential | April 2016 
Discover a New Frontier
You can’t control the environment of today’s evolving residential mortgage market, but you can control how you adapt to change. Diversifying your business with small-balance commercial mort...
By Michael Boggiano, national sales manager, Silver Hill Funding

Residential | April 2016 
Find Your Financing Unicorn
In Silicon Valley, a “unicorn” is a private company valued at more than $1 billion based on its most recent round of funding. Such businesses are known as unicorns because, historically, so few privat...
By Jan B. Brzeski, managing director and chief investment officer, Arixa Capital Advisors LLC and Crosswind Financial

Commercial | February 2016 
The Allure of Small Balance
Not every deal glitters like gold, but there’s a gem of a story locked away in most commercial real estate transactions. Even the smallest transactions carry compelling tales of, perhaps, an ambitious...
By Paul Cleary, executive vice president, national loan production

Commercial | May 2015 
Redefining the Meaning of “Commercial”
Many commercial originators spend an inordinate amount of time trying to pin down large real estate purchases and refinances. And that’s not surprising because commerci...
By Noah Grayson, president and founder, South End Capital Corp. (SECC)

Commercial | March 2015 
Rise Early to Fill Unmet Lending Demand
Investment capital is flooding the commercial real estate market as the recovery from the Great Recession continues. Interest rates are low and transaction activity is increasing, so capital providers...
By Pat Jackson, CEO, Sabal Capital Partners LLC

Commercial | April 2003 
Small Commercial Loans Offer Many Opportunities To Brokers
There are a lot of commercial brokers chasing after large commercial loans and there are a lot of residential brokers chasing after residential loans.  Who is going after the small commercial loans?  ...
By G. Paul Fogle, Regional Account Manager, Interbay Funding, L.L.C.

Commercial | May 2004 
Financing Small Balance Investment Property…Is It Worth It?
The need for small balance commercial and multifamily financing has been around as long as these types of properties have existed.  Twenty years ago, the savings and loan industry built its asset b...
By Corey Henderson, Vice President of Income Property Lending, Fullerton Community Bank

Commercial | April 2004 
Small Commercial Loans: Now Part of Big Business
Until recently, an originator would not be able to find many lenders willing to fund a $1,000,000 small commercial loan for a borrower. When a lender did fund such a loan, it was usually because of...
By David Kleinman, Senior Vice President, Intel Mortgage Company

Residential | July 2004 
How Can You Generate Small Commercial Mortgage Applications?
Why Should You Pursue Small Commercial Loans? I don’t have to tell you how many residential mortgage brokers there are in your market. Yet, not many brokers are working to place small commerc...
By Ken Markizon, underwriter, APEX Mortgage


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