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The Benefits of Knowing Your Commercial Mortgage Borrowers

In order to properly present a small-balance commercial deal to a lender, brokers need to get to know their borrowers.  Taking the time to learn about your borrower and their business will make it easier to place the deal with the right lender and to close the deal quickly and without issue.  The more you […]

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How Brokers Can Impress Small-Balance Commercial Mortgage Lenders

Success as a broker hinges on a number of factors, but one of the most important is the impression you make on a small-balance commercial mortgage lender and the partnership that you build with them.  Maintaining good working relationships with your lender benefits not only you, but your borrowers as well. Here are some tried […]

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Getting your borrower a small-balance apartment mortgage

When home values and prices remain high, the demand for rental properties like apartments and multifamily housing is strong. Given the strength of this sector in the commercial mortgage market, brokers are likely to come across borrowers seeking finance for these properties. Here’s what you need to know when your borrower need to obtain a small-balance […]

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When does your borrower need a non-conforming commercial mortgage?

For plenty of small business owners, obtaining a commercial mortgage from a traditional source like a bank or credit union won’t be an issue. However, many of these borrowers face obstacles that will keep them from getting a bank loan. As a commercial mortgage broker, it’s important for you to be able to determine quickly […]

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Preparing for a Discussion with Your Small-Balance Commercial Borrower

To close small-balance commercial mortgages, brokers need to gather all relevant information that a lender needs. The best way to do this is to take some time and schedule a call or face-to-face meeting with the borrower for a discussion. Simply speaking with the borrower to learn more about their situation and telling them about […]

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Understanding the Non-Conforming Commercial Mortgage Process

Brokers seeking to expand their product offerings and increase their income need to look no further than the occasional small-balance commercial mortgage deals that cross their desks. These loans are a quick and easy way to earn more as long as you understand the process and choose the correct lender. Here’s what every broker considering […]

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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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Getting Fast Commercial Mortgage Financing

One of the most common reasons that borrowers seeking a small-balance commercial mortgage need alternative financing is because banks and other traditional sources are unable to close the loan within the necessary time frame. As a commercial mortgage broker, you’ll need to connect with non-conforming lenders in order to provide these borrowers with the financing […]

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Understanding Commercial Mortgage Underwriting

Nonconforming commercial mortgage lenders have the ability to close loans for their brokers in a timely manner, but the speed of the underwriting process depends largely on brokers. In order for your transactions to close quickly and smoothly, you need to understand what your lender needs in order to fully underwrite a deal. Here’s what […]

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When Should I Turn Down a Commercial Mortgage Borrower?

The more commercial mortgage deals you have in your pipeline, the more successful your brokering business will be. It’s a simple rule to live by, but it’s important to make sure that the deals in your pipeline are strong loan scenarios so that you don’t waste time on non-conforming mortgages that aren’t likely to close. […]

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