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Why brokers should focus on business mortgage loans

Why brokers should focus on business mortgage loans

If you’re a broker and you’re ignoring commercial mortgages entirely, you’re losing out on a lot of business. Last year closed out strong, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association, and they’re projecting that 2020 is going to look even better. If you don’t want to leave money on the table, focusing some of your efforts […]

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Commercial Mortgage Marketing Q&A

Commercial Mortgage Q&A

For mortgage brokers who are new to small-balance commercial mortgages, marketing your services is crucial to securing leads and closing deals. At APEX, supporting our brokers so that they can succeed is a top priority, and that includes giving you the knowledge and tools you need to sell your skills. So, in that spirit, here […]

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Most Common Underwriting Questions (and Answers) with APEX’s Underwriting Manager

Underwriting FAQ

If you’re a mortgage broker, a small business owner, or a commercial property investor who’s new to small-balance commercial mortgages, the underwriting process can seem difficult to understand. At APEX, we’re committed to helping our brokers and borrowers succeed, and giving you the knowledge to do so is a high priority. So, we sat down […]

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Commercial Mortgage Questions (and Answers) with APEX’s Drew Culkin

If you’re a mortgage broker, a small business owner, or a commercial property investor who’s new to small-balance commercial mortgages, trying to learn about alternative financing can seem intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be. At APEX, we’re committed to providing brokers and borrowers with the information that they need to make the best decisions […]

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Commercial Mortgage Marketing Tactics for New Brokers

If you’re a residential broker looking to expand your product offerings to include small commercial mortgages, marketing yourself appropriately will be a key factor in determining your success. You need to prepare yourself to become a competent and skilled commercial broker. If you don’t devote any time or effort to developing and promoting your skills […]

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Getting Your Commercial Borrower a Blanket Mortgage

For brokers, one of the most important factors to consider when choosing a commercial mortgage lender is their flexibility when it comes to getting deals done. And while small-balance commercial lenders are generally much more flexible than banks and other traditional lenders, many cannot provide borrowers with a particular type of financing solution – the […]

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Know What Makes a Commercial Mortgage Borrower Non-Bankable

Closing small-balance commercial mortgages is a quick and easy way for brokers to increase their income. However, in order to close these loans, you need to understand the borrower’s you’ll be working with and the challenges they’ve faced. Being able to tell whether your borrower will qualify for bank financing or whether they’ll need an […]

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Small-Balance Commercial Mortgage Basics

For residential mortgage brokers looking to increase their income and expand their business, the small-balance commercial mortgage niche offers plenty of opportunity. This underserved market is full of borrowers who will benefit from your expertise. Of course, if you’re new to commercial mortgages, you probably have some questions. Here’s some basic information to get you […]

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Common Commercial Mortgage Broker Questions Answered

As a small-balance commercial mortgage lender with decades of experience, APEX Mortgage gets plenty of questions from brokers about the lending process and what we can offer them and their borrowers. Here are some of the most common questions we receive and their answers: Is my fee protected? At APEX, your fee is always protected. […]

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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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