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Stalled Loan Financing: What Can a Commercial Mortgage Broker Do?

11.16.16

A borrower comes to you with what you think is a fairly straight-forward request for a commercial mortgage loan. You help them get all of their paperwork together. You contact your commercial lenders, submit the paperwork, and you think you're all set. Over the next couple of months you get a few additional questions which you immediately reply to with the corresponding information. However, six months later, still no loan closing in sight and your calls to the bank are put through to voicemail. You realize you're stalled. Now What??

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Commercial Bridge Loans: 3 Things You Need to Know Today

11.11.16

According to the Chinese zodiac, 2016 is the year of the fire monkey. It was thereby predicted that this year would present a shift into rapid innovation and intelligent, heart-centered action. There certainly has been a great of deal of change and activity so far this year and, with the Presidential elections coming up, even more change is on the horizon.

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How Bridge Loans Work

10.05.16

Banks typically put you though a lengthy, complicated and expensive loan process before you can secure a loan. If you are looking for a bridge lender that can get you the money you need to finance a property fast and without unnecessary complexity or bureaucracy, Riverdale Funding can help. When you apply for a private hard money loan a lender looks for four things: (1) The right property (2) The right location (3) Equity (4) A strategy.

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Finding Quick Commercial Real Estate Financing Solutions

10.05.16

Conventional commercial lenders want their loans to conform to specific and often stringent lending parameters. For outside-the-box loan requests, commercial hard money lenders may be able to help you obtain the financing you need. Hard money lenders offer more flexibility and faster loan processing that traditional lenders.

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Hard Money Lenders Vs Private Money Lenders

10.05.16

Hard Money Lenders vs Private Money Lenders - Riverdale Funding is privately-funded hard money lender and there are distinctions that set them apart from individual private money lenders.

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Hard Money Vs Soft Money Loans

10.05.16

An Overview of Hard Money loans versus Soft Money Loans. Hard money and soft money loans are the two most common ways of obtaining money to invest in real estate. These loans differ in the way they are managed and implemented.

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Thinking Of A Commercial Bridge Loan?

10.05.16

Commercial bridge loans have created a solid niche in the real estate market. Bridge loans can be used to purchase commercial real estate when time and money are on short supply. Not all hard money lenders are alike. Each bridge lender has their own lending parameters and appetite for lending. Commercial bridge loans make it possible to finance commercial real estate property that would other wise be unbankable.

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How To Apply For A Hard Money Loan

10.05.16

To apply for a hard money loan, first, identify the right lender. Then identify the collateral you want to use as security. An appraisal will be ordered by the lender. The application process for an asset-based hard money loan is simple and doesn't involve prolonged review periods.

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Is Asset-Based Lending Dangerous And Should I Consider It For My Next Real Estate Venture?

10.05.16

Are you looking for working capital to support the growth of your real estate portfolio? Asset-based loans are a much needed source of capital if your real estate portfolio is growing or if you are in the middle of restructuring your portfolio. Asset-based hard money lenders enable you to make use of purchasing opportunities without touching your business capital.

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Hard Money Lenders Stepping In For You

10.05.16

Commercial Hard Money loans helped the market heal after the Great Recession. Many investors hand equity available to take advantage of buildings that were priced for very high returns. Traditional lenders were not willing to lend or offered unreasonable terms. While traditional lenders encouraged a market paralysis, hard money lenders stepped up.

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