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Commercial mortgage loans available for all property types including: apartment, mixed use, land, retail, industrial, office, construction projects, joint ventures, hard money.
Our team evaluates your information and gives it to one of our nationwide loan specialists according to location and property type and contacts you based on your preference. A customized loan solution is then presented to you.
Pre-Approval Commercial Real Estate Loan is submitted for pre-approval:
* 1003 application and loan
* Tri-merged credit report
* Purchase and sales contract
Issues to borrower a Conditional Pre-Approval Letter within 48 hrs of complete package submission stipulating:
* Loan amount
* Documents required for Underwriting
* Documents required for closing
* Commercial Mortgage Borrower Signs pre-approval letter and
appraisal processing fee and
returns to Lenders Commercial Mortgage
* Provides all additional information
* Orders appraisal
* Orders title
* Conducts fraud guard
* Obtains environmental insurance
* Conducts real estate and income
analysis (when applicable).
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$275 billion of commercial real estate loans will mature this year.
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It was late October, and Redfin, an online real estate brokerage firm based in Seattle, had received just three months earlier a $12 million investment led by the marquee venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson. In the interim, the mortgage industry melted down, foreclosures spiked and housing sales slowed to a crawl. Now, one of Redfin’s biggest markets, Los Angeles, was battling a series of wildfires and Redfin’s sales had stopped cold. Commercial Real Estate Financing
Redfin was not the only victim of bad timing. Venture capitalists poured about $50 million into three other real estate Web sites last year — Zillow, Terabitz and Trulia — only to watch the market enter a historic slide.
Now, although most of the real estate industry wishes it could fast-forward through 2008, these online start-ups are surviving nicely. Pretty Neato, Each company recently reported strong sales and increases in Web traffic. Trulia surged to the top by the end of 2007, from sixth place in 2006, according to Nielsen Online.
Although these sites are not growing as quickly as they might have during a bullish market, they are at least growing.
“In September, we thought it was maybe the beginning of a very long downturn,” said Glenn Kelman, Redfin’s chief executive. “But for whatever reason, the last few months have been very strong for us.”
Executives of Trulia, Zillow and Terabitz said they, too, were encouraged by recent results. Online real estate companies, they added, could be today’s version of the online travel agencies that flourished after the Sept. 11 attacks: a cheap alternative for suppliers looking to market a product that is suddenly in low demand.
In this case, brokers and agents have seen their marketing budgets shrink in lock step with their commissions as they struggle to sell homes.
“There’s no doubt that a lot of brokers are feeling some pain right now,” said Pete Flint, chief executive of Trulia, a real estate search service based in San Francisco. “They’re spending less on advertising than they were, but they’re spending a significantly larger portion online, because it’s cheaper, and it’s where the audience is.”
Mr. Flint would not disclose sales figures, but he said traffic was growing more than 10 percent monthly, “and revenues are growing much faster than that.”
Redfin is a slightly different story because it does not accept advertising from brokers and agents. Rather, the site competes with traditional brokerage firms to offer people a way to buy and sell homes without face-to-face contact with an agent.
Buyers and sellers communicate with Redfin’s agents — in effect, customer service representatives on the Web — by phone and through e-mail to negotiate deals and arrange house visits, among other things. Customers pay far lower fees to Redfin than they would pay to traditional agents.
With home sales slowing, Mr. Kelman said that “we had to get very serious about figuring out what works and what doesn’t for sellers.” The company’s analysts pored through sales data and found that, among other things, listings that make their debuts on Fridays draw 7.7 percent more visitors than those introduced on Thursdays. In addition, listings priced at $351,001 receive significantly less attention online than those listed at $350,000, because of how real estate search engines filter their results.
The company began disseminating such tips to clients in December, around the same time Redfin’s results began improving. Since late September, the site’s share of real estate sales in which Redfin represented the buyer rose by 23 percent in Seattle, to nearly 2.5 percent, and jumped by 176 percent in the San Francisco area, to nearly 1 percent.
Investors are hoping the subprime-mortgage debacle will be a bad memory by the year’s second half. Instead, they might have another mess to sort out in commercial real estate. If it were a movie, it might be called “Subprime II: Monster in Your Mall.” Commercial Property Loan
Work on everything from new malls to office parks helped to carry the construction industry as housing crumbled. While residential construction spending was down 20% in December from a year earlier, nonresidential construction was up 20%, according to the Census Bureau.
But clouds are forming over the sector. Commercial real estate probably didn’t get as overheated …