1. 9 Things You May Not Know About Getting A Hard Money Loan In Northglenn

    If you have never applied for a hard money loan before, you may be feeling a little lost when it comes to doing so. After all, what in the world is a hard money loan? If you look on the internet to find answers to your question, you could spend hours trying to figure out what is fact and what is fiction. Rather than doing that, we have compiled a list of nine of the most important things you shoul…Read More

  2. 6 Qualities You Should Look For In Your Thornton Hard Money Lender

    When choosing to work with a local lender you can build a connection with your lender while trying to obtain your financial assistance. Not all local lenders are the same though. This is why it is important for you to know the certain qualities your local lender should be able to provide to you. Below you can uncover the six most important qualities your local lender should have if you want the …Read More

  3. Why Should You Use A Local Hard Money Lender In Aurora

    If you are currently in the market for  hard money lending and you have been told repeatedly to go to a large national lender, you are likely wondering if that is the right choice for you. We can tell you right now that using a national lender in order to obtain a hard money loan is not likely to render the results you are looking to get. We would suggest that you do what’s best for you by enli…Read More

  4. Tips For Finding The Right Commercial Investment Lender

    Finding the right commercial investment lender - that’s easier said than done. If you’re looking to take the first step to commercial investing, picking the right commercial lender could feel like a monumental task. It’s important, but not insurmountable. Read on for a few tips to consider on your search. First, how’s your capital? If it’s low, that says to commercial lenders that it cou…Read More

  5. Tips For Getting The Best Commercial Investment Deal-Part 2

    Today’s world moves pretty fast. That speed is great when we’re communicating on social media, or shopping online. But in today’s commercial property market, it’s not uncommon for the seller of a commercial property to receive multiple offers, especially if the property is in a great location, and it is priced competitively. If you’re looking to buy, you need to move fast, but more impor…Read More

  6. Tips For Getting The Best Commercial Investment Deal

    It’s best to be able to take your time while looking for the right commercial loan. The fact is, unless you have money to burn, you probably need a mortgage. But how can you be sure you’re getting the right one? In today’s financial landscape, commercial borrowers have a dizzying array of options. Sometimes, too many choices can be just as difficult as too few. You’ll want to do your homew…Read More

  7. The Rise of Private Lending As An Alternative Investment

    Private lending is ascendant. It has evolved from a cottage industry where a few well heeled lenders pool their funds and expertise to earn high returns. Today, it earns a slot in the pantheon of “Alternative Investments.”  Today, it is recognized as its own asset class with high risk adjusted returns and low correlation with other asset classes. That’s just fancy talk for earning more mone…Read More

  8. A Private Real Estate Lender’s Approach To Loan Underwriting – As Simple As 1,2,3!

      It’s no secret. Private lenders approach lending differently than banks. Banks are tormented by regulations, guidelines and committees. This triumvirate of torment slows down decision making and fails to serve the needs of many prospective customers. Consequently, these customers must seek alternative sources of financing. The entrepreneurial borrowers we serve with our private real estate lo…Read More

  9. Pity the Local Banker…A Death By A Thousand Regulations

    We’ve always looked up to the local banker, pillar of the community, whose loans provide the catalyst for growth in local businesses. No? Well, I guess one needs to be somewhat advanced in age for this to be your image of the bank. Times have changed. Bank mergers and failures have left us with about 2,300 fewer community banks than in 2000, a decline of 28% in 15 years. Small banks share of dep…Read More