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Articles about Warehouse Lines


Residential | April 2018 
Small Business, Big Deals
The mortgage industry rewards an entrepreneurial spirit. If you have the right mix of sound business skills, soft interpersonal skills, a detail-oriented nature and the ambition to go the extra mile t...
By Jacqueline Ring, vice president of warehouse operations, Florida Capital Bank Mortgage

Residential | June 2017 
The Secrets of Mortgage Pricing
For many originators today, mortgage pricing has always been automated and presented to them by their company’s pricing engine. Older originators may remember the days when lines of fax machines pumpe...
By Tammy Butler, CEO, Fair Lending Diversity Inc.

Commercial | July 2005 
Permanent warehouse financing presents worthy alternative
Mortgage bankers understand the importance of securing relationships with investors before loans are originated. Failure to do so can bring business cash flow to a screeching halt. It ties up wareho...
By David Ertel, CEO, Bayview Financial LP

Residential | September 2005 
7 Tips for Building a Warehouse Relationship
Warehouse lines are the lifeblood of a mortgage lender’s growth. For those making the leap from broker to mortgage banker with an increasingly valuable book of business, the ability to fund loans th...
By Ken Logan, executive vice president and chief operating officer, NovaStar Capital Inc.

Residential | November 2006 
Find the Right Warehouse Fit
A number of mortgage brokers are deciding to make the transition from broker to banker. If you are one of them, you have probably spoken with industry professionals and your trusted advisers. You al...
By Rick S. Beardsley, CMB, assistant vice president and senior relationship manager, Popular Warehouse Lending LLC

Commercial | December 2014 
Property TypeCast
The recovery in the warehouse and distribution market continued apace in this past third quarter, and despite a drop in quarterly net absorption, demand remained strong. Occupied stock increased by ...
By Victor Calanog, chief economist and senior vice president for research, Reis Inc.; and Brad Doremus, senior analyst, Reis’ economics department

Residential | June 2014 
Take Calculated Steps Toward Banking
For a multitude of reasons, many mortgage brokers nationwide are taking the plunge into mortgage banking. As mini-correspondent lenders, these emerging bankers face a different set of regulatory guide...
By Ken Jones, senior vice president, mortgage banking and warehousing lending, First Guaranty Mortgage Corp.

Commercial | April 2014 
Property TypeCast
Reis data for this past fourth quarter indicate occupancy in the warehouse and distribution market was flat as the national vacancy rate remained at 11.6 percent. This brings the total decline in vaca...
By Victor Calanog, chief economist and senior vice president for research, Reis Inc.

Residential | March 2014 
Rising Above Industry Challenges
The architect Frank Lloyd Wright was said to have received a phone call one night concerning a home he had recently built. The roof was leaking and the basement was filling with water, he was told, ...
By Thomas E. Black Jr., managing partner, Black, Mann & Graham LLP

Residential | March 2010 
How Analytics Can Lead to Better Loans
Many direct lenders and warehouse lenders left the mortgage business in the past two years because of unacceptable credit losses caused by improperly represented collateral. Today, some of those finan...
By Jim Yeh, chief analytics officer, Digital Risk

Commercial | February 2011 
8 Ways to Gauge a Lender
In today’s economic climate, there  is no longer a full array of funding solutions for all types of borrowers, credit, collateral types, etc. If the deal does not fit into traditional bank or gov...
By Brian O’Shaughnessy, CEO, Athas Capital Group

Residential | November 2011 
Adapt to Beat the Odds
It’s not easy being a mortgage broker in 2011. Years of regulatory scrutiny, public misperception and widespread accountability for the actions of a malignant few culminated in the Federal Reserve Boa...
By Andrew Peters, CEO, First Guaranty Mortgage Corp

Commercial | May 2012 
Climbing Out of Distress
Many loans that were made at the height of the market are coming to maturity this year and for the next few years — and many of these properties are already underwater. In 2012 alone, Trepp LLC antici...
By Jeffrey Wolfer, president and CEO, Silver Arch Capital Partners

Residential | March 2013 
An Introduction to Warehouse Funding
It’s no secret that low interest rates have fueled a spike in mortgage refinancing activity. For mortgage bankers, this can present operational challenges to process, underwrite and close loans in a t...
By Susan Johnson, vice president, Fidelity Bank




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