Asset-Based Lending Gives You the Power to Say Yes

Asset-based lending is a type of financing that focuses on the value or earning potential of an asset, rather than the borrower’s financials in the underwriting process. This type of funding has proven valuable for hard-to-qualify borrowers who invest

Consumer vs Investment Property Mortgages

Offering investment property mortgages provides an excellent opportunity for residential mortgage brokers to expand their product offerings, service more clients, and grow their businesses. However, many mortgage brokers shy away from offering these mortgage programs to their clients. When

How to Avoid Fallout in Commercial Real Estate Loans

First the good news. Sixty-five (65) percent of commercial real estate loans are approved. That’s the good news. Unfortunately, the bad news for commercial real estate investors and brokers is, of course, that 35-percent of commercial real estate loans

What Are Investment Property Loans?

Investment property loans provide financing for non-owner occupied residential 1-4 investment properties, multi-family (apartment) buildings, mixed-use buildings, and commercial buildings used for “business” purposes. Stated simply, if a borrower purchases a property with the intention of earning a return

Investment Property Financing for Brokers

With the economy on the rise and a shortage of new homes, an increase in investment property financing, which includes non-owner-occupied residential investment properties and commercial buildings used for business purposes, is creating new opportunities for mortgage brokers to

Rental Property Loans Provide Opportunity for Brokers

Single-family home rentals have been the fastest-growing segment of housing over the past decade, according to a RENTCafé report, which examined the housing markets in America’s top 30 cities — presenting an opportunity for brokers offering rental property loans. Since