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Tips for Closing More Non-Conforming and Hard-Money Mortgages

If you’re a commercial mortgage broker who is used to closing loans with banks or other traditional lending sources, helping a client who doesn’t fit the mold can be difficult. However, non-conforming commercial mortgages and private hard money loans have become a big part of the industry since the Great Recession. In order to work […]

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Three Resolutions Every Commercial Mortgage Broker Should Make

Although 2015 has already begun, it’s not too late to make a few New Year’s resolutions for your brokering business. As a commercial mortgage broker, it’s important to focus on improving your company in an effort to close more loans and earn additional income. Here are some resolutions that will help you to have a […]

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Why it Pays to be an Industry-Educated Commercial Mortgage Broker

As a commercial mortgage broker, it’s important that you have the knowledge skills and tools to successfully close commercial loans. Jumping into the industry without any education will make your job more difficult and will cut into your credibility. Here’s why you need to learn all you can about the commercial mortgage business — or […]

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Commercial Mortgage Market Bounces Back in 2014

After years of slow recovery, it seems the commercial mortgage market is finally back on track. The economy continues to improve, while key sectors of the industry are exceeding expectations. If you’re looking to earn extra income in 2015, brokering small-balance commercial mortgages is a great option.  Here’s why: Loan volume has increased The Mortgage […]

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Serving Commercial Borrowers with Self-Storage Properties

Within the strengthening commercial mortgage market, several industries are showing substantial growth. According to a recent Bloomberg report, one of these is the self-storage business.  Between 1998 and 2012, the number of self-storage facilities in the U.S.  doubled to 15,000, according to Census data. Last year self-storage companies generated $24 billion in revenue. It stands […]

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Marketing Yourself as a Commercial Mortgage Broker in 2015

As 2014 winds down, the economy continues to improve and the commercial mortgage market remains strong. Whether you’re a seasoned commercial broker or a residential broker looking to take on some small commercial business in order to earn extra income, now is the time to re-evaluate your marketing strategy and make plans for 2015. Here […]

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Why Now is a Great Time to Seek Commercial Borrowers

As the economy continues its slow and steady improvement, it’s a good time to reach out to business owners who may need financing for a commercial property. With much stronger than average numbers this past month, mortgage brokers may find that potential borrowers are more confident in their business’s prospects and are therefore more willing […]

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Three Mistakes to Avoid When Submitting a Commercial Loan Scenario

Commercial mortgages can be very unique and complex, so it’s important for brokers to take care when submitting a commercial loan scenario. As a commercial broker, you need to be thorough when preparing the loan and to cooperate fully with your lender once it’s been submitted. If it seems that you’ve had more than your […]

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What Commercial Mortgage Brokers Need to Know About Loan Seasoning Requirements

When you begin working to refinance your borrower’s commercial mortgage, one of the first questions you should ask is how long they’ve owned the property. Most commercial lenders will need to know the length of ownership, so it’s important to know when your borrower purchased the building and how much they paid. This will help […]

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What to do When the Bank Turns Down Your Borrower’s Commercial Mortgage

It’s happened to every commercial mortgage broker:  The local bank or your primary traditional lender calls to let you know that the deal you submitted has been turned down. While setbacks of this nature are disappointing and frustrating, that might be all it is: a setback. Just because the bank or your primary lender can’t […]

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