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Find the Right Commercial Mortgage for Your Borrower

Interest rates are going to continue to rise. That’s the general consensus among experts in various sectors of the financial industry, and commercial mortgage brokers will need to keep that in mind when assessing financing for borrowers. Brokers need to understand how a rising-rate environment affects both their clients’ decision-making process and a lender’s analysis. […]

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Consider Fixed Rate Commercial Mortgages as Fed Raises Benchmark

The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark by a quarter of a point at its Wednesday meeting, and policy makers have stated that they expect two more rate increases this year, according to CNN. The federal funds rate, which affects rates for mortgages, credit cards and other types of borrowing, was lifted to a range of […]

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The Small-Balance Commercial Difference: You Can Earn More

Residential brokers looking to earn more and grow their business have a great option in small-balance commercial mortgages. Closing loans within this niche is simple, fast, and allows brokers to make more money while continuing to work with residential borrowers. However, it’s important to know the differences between residential and small-balance commercial mortgages. Here’s what […]

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New Commercial Mortgage Program with a 6.5% Starting Rate!

At APEX Mortgage, we value the partnerships we’ve formed with our brokers and we understand their essential role in the process of closing small-balance commercial mortgages. We routinely seek feedback from our brokers in order to enhance our business and your experience with us. And one of the most common things our brokers have requested is […]

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Three Ways Commercial Mortgages Differ from Residential Mortgages

For brokers looking to earn additional income, adding commercial mortgages to your product offerings is a great way to expand your business. Small-balance commercial mortgages in particular are a great way to get started in the industry. Before you begin looking for leads, though, it’s important to understand the differences between commercial mortgages and residential […]

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2016 Was a Strong Year for Commercial Real Estate

Commercial and multifamily mortgage volume totaled $490.6 billion last year, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) 2016 Commercial Real Estate/Multifamily Finance Annual Origination Volume Summation released today. While the reported dollar volume for commercial mortgage lending fell from 2015 to 2016 by three percent, 2016 was still good year for the industry. “Last year […]

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Fed Raises Benchmark Interest Rate at March Meeting

Last week, the Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate to a range between 0.75 percent and 1 percent. This marks the second rate hike in a three-month period. Despite the increase, Federal Reserve chairwoman said that the Fed did not share the optimism of stock market investors and some business executives that economic growth […]

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The Benefits of Fixed and Fully-Amortizing Commercial Mortgages

When Federal Reserve policymakers signal a potential rate hike, commercial mortgage brokers would do well to consider the potential effects of rising interest rates on the mortgage market and what they need to do in order to keep their business strong. One of the best ways to increase your business and maintain a steady flow of […]

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Steady Growth Expected for Commercial Real Estate in 2017

The commercial real estate market will likely experience steady growth in 2017, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). According to the data, office vacancy rates are expected to fall by 1.1% t0 12.1% nationwide because of job growth and the need for additional office space. Vacancy rates for industrial spaces are expected to […]

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A Strong Year Expected for Commercial Mortgages

Commercial and multifamily mortgage originations are expected to increase, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA).  The MBA’s survey of top commercial and origination firms found that lenders’ appetites to place new loans and borrowers’ appetite to borrow remain strong. Roughly two-thirds of the lenders surveyed anticipate originations to increase in 2017, with about a […]

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