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  • 00:36

    iServe Residential Lendings Capital Markets Update

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    Brent Nyitray, Director of Capital Markets at iServe Residential Lending discusses relevant events impacting interest rates, equity markets and housing.  

  • 00:27

    Housing Reform - Nyitray, Director of Capital Markets at iServe Lending

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    Brent Nyitray, Director of Capital Markets at iServe Residential Lending joins the broadcast to discuss five possible elements of housing reform.  Legislation, Mel Watts, FOMC minutes and current homebuilder earnings are also examined.

  • 00:37

    Capital Raise For The Distressed NPL & RE Investor - Shetty, Tremony Capital

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    According to a recent article published by Bloomberg, Oaktree Capital has raised $7 billion for a distressed debt fund as it prepares for the economic recovery to falter.


    For most investors, a capital raise the size of OakTree is simply out of the question.  However, there are still many opportunities in the NPL and distressed real estate space for middle lower market investors especially as FHA, FNMA and Freddie increase their NPL sales creating secondary markets for smaller investors.  Many middle and lower market funds are in active capital raise mode as we head into the 3rd and 4th quarter of the year.
     


    Joining the broadcast to discuss the capital raise process is Bina Shetty, Head of Strategic Advisory at Tremony Capital.


    Bina Shetty joined Tremony Capital, as the Head of Strategic Advisory with a mission to expand Tremony’s third-party strategic advisory capabilities for lower middle market financial institutions and real estate focused businesses. Prior to joining Tremony, Bina was a Managing Director at Milestone Advisors, a boutique investment bank that exclusively focused on middle markets financial services clients across the depository institution, distressed real estate, specialty finance and financial technology sectors. 

  • 00:03

    Capital Deployment Opportunities - DiPalma, Garnett Capital Advisors

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    Lou DiPalma, Managing Partner of Garnett Capital Advisors joins the broadcast to discuss capital deployment opportunities.


    Garnet Capital Advisors is a financial-services company specializing in managing loan portfolio sales and providing valuation services to banks and other credit grantors.


    DiPalma manages Garnet’s client-origination and portfolio-sales efforts. Lou’s asset brokerage experience includes credit cards, installment loans, mortgage and commercial loan products.   Lou has written for and been widely quoted in numerous industry publications including American Banker, The Financial Times (London), and Collections and Credit Risk. 


     

  • 00:31

    Capital Deployment Opportunities - DiPalma, Garnet Capital Advisors

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    Lou DiPalma, Managing Partner of Garnet Capital Advisors joins the broadcast to discuss capital deployment opportunities.


    Garnet Capital Advisors is a financial-services company specializing in managing loan portfolio sales and providing valuation services to banks and other credit grantors.


    DiPalma manages Garnet’s client-origination and portfolio-sales efforts. Lou’s asset brokerage experience includes credit cards, installment loans, and mortgage and commercial loan products.   Lou has written for and been widely quoted in numerous industry publications including American Banker, The Financial Times (London), and Collections and Credit Risk. 

  • 00:31

    Reverse Home Equity Conversion Mortgages , Fontanilla, Madison Paige Capital

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    The Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) is FHAs reverse mortgage program which enables you to withdraw some of the equity in your home. The borrower chooses how they want to withdraw their funds, whether in a fixed monthly amount or a line of credit or a combination of both. Borrowers can also use a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage to purchase a primary residence if the borrower is able to use cash on hand to pay the difference between the HECM proceeds and the sales price plus closing costs for the property that is being purchased.  


    As the demographics of the nation continues to trend towards older homeowners, this could be an area of high growth for mortgage originators and investors.


    Joining the broadcast to discuss Home Equity Conversion Mortgages is David Fontanilla, Founder and Managing Partner of Madison Paige Capital and Pioneer Analytics.  David has been involved in an array of residential mortgage capital markets activities, ranging from structuring, negotiating and executing portfolio Acquisitions, dispositions and securitizations to company acquisitions and public policy formulation.

  • 00:32

    Whole Loan Trading Trends - LeBlanc, MD-Capital Markets at DebtX

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    Liquidity, compliance, transparency and leverage drive mortgage whole loan trading to higher volumes in 2013 into 2014 and beyond.


    David LeBlanc, Managing Director at DebtX, joins the broadcast to discuss whole loan trading trends.

  • 00:34

    Raising Capital From Family Offices - Wilson, CEO Family Offices.com

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    Richard Wilson founded The Family Offices Group six years ago and which has subsequently grown to be the largest association in the industry providing training, industry reports, and services to over 1,000 family offices around the globe.  Wilson is also the author of the The Family Office Book which can be found at Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com.  Wilson will discuss strategies for raising capital from Family Offices as well as new trends in co-investment, club deals and direct investments.

  • 00:33

    Partnering With Non-Profits To Buy NPLs and REO - Hayes, Southside Community Dev

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    The non-performing loan market has swelled in the past few years.  Several billion are sold every quarter just from the GSEs and HUD.  However, the secondary market has become very competitive and buyers need unique strategies and partnerships to acquire notes at more competitive price. Aligning with a non-profit can be beneficial to both the investor and the non-profit.  Many loans are sold from HUD with specific outcome requirements that create a unique secondary market for the right partnership.


    Joining the podcast is Tim Hayes with Southside Community Development.  Tim works to partner investors and non-profits together in order to become qualified buyers NS Capitals non-performing loan and REO portfolio.

  • 00:48

    HUD Single Family Loan Sale Non Profit Webinar - Part II – Panel Discussion

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    HUD has announced the latest sale in the Distressed Asset Stabilization Program (DASP) consisting of one offering date with National Pools and Neighborhood Stabilization Outcome (NSO) Pools offered on November 18, 2015.  HUD's NSO offerings will include one pool for which only non-profit bidders or units of local government are eligible to bid.


    HUD announced significant changes in DASP back in April in order to achieve better outcomes for borrowers. Under the new rules, loan servicers are required to delay foreclosure on a home for a year and evaluate all borrowers facing foreclosure for participation in the government's HAMP or a similar loss mitigation program.


    The improvements to the NSO sales portion of DASP include giving non-profits a first look at vacant properties, allowing purchasers to re-sell notes to non-profits, and offering a pool of loans for non-profits only.


    On October 21, 2015, HUD produced a webinar that was geared towards non-profits outlining the process of obtaining bidder approval, reporting requirements and required outcomes.  The webinar featured Neighborhood Stabilization Capital Management, an investment firm dedicated to working with HUD to promote the DASP program and non-profit inclusion.

  • 01:03

    HUD Single Family Loan Sale Non Profit Webinar - Part I – Program Description

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    HUD has announced the latest sale in the Distressed Asset Stabilization Program (DASP) consisting of one offering date with National Pools and Neighborhood Stabilization Outcome (NSO) Pools offered on November 18, 2015.  HUD's NSO offerings will include one pool for which only non-profit bidders or units of local government are eligible to bid.


    HUD announced significant changes in DASP back in April in order to achieve better outcomes for borrowers. Under the new rules, loan servicers are required to delay foreclosure on a home for a year and evaluate all borrowers facing foreclosure for participation in the government's HAMP or a similar loss mitigation program.


    The improvements to the NSO sales portion of DASP include giving non-profits a first look at vacant properties, allowing purchasers to re-sell notes to non-profits, and offering a pool of loans for non-profits only.


    On October 21, 2015, HUD produced a webinar that was geared towards non-profits outlining the process of obtaining bidder approval, reporting requirements and required outcomes.  The webinar featured Neighborhood Stabilization Capital Management, an investment firm dedicated to working with HUD to promote the DASP program and non-profit inclusion.