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Articles about Small-Balance Commercial Lending


Commercial | July 2013 
Make a Bigger Splash With Smaller Loans
In the aftermath of the financial crisis, many lenders were forced to exit the market. The impact hasn’t been even, however. Although larger conventional lenders mostly survived, smaller lenders have ...
By Anita Huedepohl, founder and CEO, Liberty Funding

Commercial | July 2013 
Mind the Changing Role of Community Banks
Small community banks that  have long been the lifeblood of small businesses across the United States are facing trying times. Recent banking regulations spurred by the 2008 financial crisis are ...
By Terry Robinson, founder and CEO, Genesis Capital

Commercial | January 2010 
Fannie Mae: Filtering Out the Facts
The number of qualified lenders offering long-term, low-cost executions for stabilized multifamily properties has decreased at a greater rate than the pool of available transactions. There are even-fe...
By Rick Warren, managing director, Centerline Capital Group

Commercial | March 2013 
Spot Large Rewards in Small Deals
In the commercial mortgage market, the small-loan business — despite its name — is big and potentially profitable for almost everyone involved. Many multifamily-property owners looking for financing d...
By Rick Wolf, senior managing director, Greystone Servicing Corp.

Commercial | February 2013 
A Not-to-Miss CMBS Party
Commercial mortgage brokers may  understand a borrower’s confusion when it comes to the various parties involved in a commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) deal. Each transaction has many layer...
By Ann Hambly, founder and CEO, 1st Service Solutions


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