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From a post in the Facebook Group, Commercial Real Estate Network regarding a refinance of a 400 unit apartment complex, I learned about Darryl Dahlen & his company Global Solutions.
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We will dive into various topics with Darryl regarding:
Current Marketplace Opportunities for Investors:
Areas of the country where undervalued opportunities still exist
Rates of appreciation year over year
Types of financing
Purchase & Rehab
Refinance / Cash Out
Length of ownership operating required for consideration
Global Solutions is an experienced commercial brokerage with years of experience that specializes in funding commercial real estate loans for domestic and international clients.
Our business model is based on leveraging our strong lender relationships that have been formed over many years to bring our clients the best terms possible.
Using a "square peg square hole" approach we use our 10 years of lending experience to match a loan with appropriate lender.
We have an array of loan products which allows us to be extremely flexible and competitive. We can arrange financing using SBA, USDA, HUD, Fannie/Freddie, bank loans, CMBS lenders, bridge loans, and hard money or private money.
While our focus in multifamily properties, we are well-versed in many asset classes and welcome any owner-occupied or non-owner occupied properties that are:
Strip malls/Shopping Centers
Esko Peterson has been in and around the mortgage industry over 20 years. He has instructed workshops that has led many of his clients to a first run solution of their lending goals. If you are interested in commercial lending or financing a commercial property this is the interview for you. www.strategylendingservices.com
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Guest Lee Honish discusses the Traditional CRE marketplace and the leverage the internet will bring to the Commercial Real Estate Market.
ADVOCATE, Author, Real Estate Consultant and FORMER Head Loss Mitigator: IndyMac Bank with 22+ years Asset Management background
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For the past three years Lee Honish has conducted more than 500 seminars, training over 40 thousand agents how to rescue families from the nightmare of foreclosure. “It is not as difficult to work with the banks as people have led you to believe. Banks want to sell these properties, not own them,” says Honish.
Honish had a 20+ year career as a foreclosure asset manager/loss mitigator working for large mortgage lenders. Early in 2007, he knew that agents needed to know what the banks know in order to close short sales in record time. He developed a program that has a 99% close ratio, which is both astonishing and truly making a difference. “It is satisfying to provide useful education to a group of professionals in our nation that desperately need to work together. Real estate professionals just need to put the right strategy to work for them, so they can be a part of the solution, not a part of the problem.”
I no longer work for Short Sale Genius.
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Rob Finlay is a businessman who has devoted his career to nurturing entrepreneurship, identifying innovative solutions to everyday challenges, and giving back to the community through various charitable endeavors. Mr. Finlay is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of QuietStream. His business success is built on a foundation of experience and accomplishment on Wall Street, during which time he held positions with major firms, including Credit Suisse First Boston, Lehman Brothers and Deutsche Bank, where he specialized in capital markets and commercial real estate. In 2000, Mr. Finlay founded Commercial Defeasance, LLC, which remains the industry pioneer and leader in the defeasance of commercial real estate loans. Responding to the ever increasing needs of his client base, Mr. Finlay expanded the size of his professional team and the scope of the support they would offer commercial real estate investors. They added corporate entities that addressed investor management, underwriting, funding for commercial properties, legal document organization, data sharing among brokers, investment listings, turn-key commercial website design, and more. In 2013, all of these support services were brought together under QuietStream Financial, allowing commercial real estate investors to engage one company which had the capabilities of responding to a host of investing needs.
Outside of the boardroom, Mr. Finlay serves on many philanthropic boards. He also has earned equal distinction both as a race car driver and as an accomplished pilot. Mr. Finlay is an alumnus of Southern New Hampshire University and resides in Charlotte, North Carolina with his wife Karin and their four children.
In an environment of growing safety concerns, decreasing driver resources, increasing infrastructure congestion, and rising costs, it has become more important than ever that the commercial vehicle industry find new ways to innovate. The top trucking OEM’s are working tirelessly to develop automation to allow for increased fleet efficiency, maximized driver productivity, better fuel economy, and above all safety.
While the autonomous truck has been defined as the way forward to achieve these outcomes, the technology is still far from flawless and not ready for full implementation. There are a variety of critical challenges ranging from software capabilities to hardware competencies and onto strategic planning inhibitors preventing this technology from complete adoption.
Join Melissa Birnie and Alan Korn, Director of Vehicle Dynamics and Control at Meritor WABCO on Nov 6th at 1:30 P.M. as they talk about The Autonomous Trucks 2015 Conference taking place from Nov 11th-15th @ the Crown Plaza in Detroit, where IQPC is bringing together the most motivated and forward-thinking OEMs, Suppliers, and Thought Leaders to work collectively and overcome these challenges and define the path to realize the infinite safety and efficiency benefits that come with integration of this disruptive technologies.
In this episode of CreditHavins I will have on a special guest Andy Noble who will speak on how to properly build and manage your wealth. This is for people of all different income levels. I will also be speaking on how to properly position yourself for lending opportunities. This is a great episode for anyone interested in learning how to control their spending, while eliminating debt, minimizing tax liability, and maximizing their retirement for the future!
When it comes to Correspondent Lending, not much has changed in decades... that is until NOW! Today's guest is JACK NUNNERY, EVP of Texas Capital Bank (TCB). Last week, TCB announced they are launching their "Mortgage Correspondent Aggregation" (MCA) business, which is a new correspondent lending platform. Jack along with Gary Ort have been responsible for TCB's Warehouse Lending operation. They recognized that there was an unusual opportunity to create within the correspondent lending space an innovative and new approach to correspondent lending that would be streamline virtually all the processes involved to the benefit both the seller and the buyer. As a result, Jack started a "greenfield" work effort well over a year and a half ago with the objective of designing and building a state-of-the-art streamlined correspondent lending platform that operates in a way like no other company has operated before. On today's broadcast, Jack is going to talk about four key considerations that went into designing and building TCB's MCA business which are as follows:
Historical challenges to innovation in the mortgage industry
Hurdles to successful transformation
Solutions for success not previously thought possible
The consequences of not transforming our business
You will not want to miss this important broadcast!
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James R. Patterson is the Western Region Network Security & Privacy Specialist for AIG. In this role Jim is focused on educating clients and insurance brokers on cyber exposures, losses that insureds are experiencing, and loss prevention methods. Prior to assuming his current role, Jim served as Senior Underwriter in
AIG’s San Francisco Region, specializing in cyber and technology coverages for AIG’s Professional Liability Division. Before joining AIG in 2009, Jim spent six years as an Account Executive with Bollinger Insurance in New York City specializing in Lawyers’ Professional Liability insurance. Jim is a graduate of the University of Miami.
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1:00 pm, Wednesday, November 4, 2015 – BUSINESS TALK features Dan Mooney, WesBanco Regional Vice-President and Senior Commercial Lender for Scioto and Lawrence Counties. He is the recipient of the coveted WesBanco President’s Club Award for Excellence in 2008 and in 2009, partially from his substantial involvement in the bank’s New Markets Tax Credit loan program. Topical areas surround small businesses planning for loans in meeting their financial needs now and in the future. He will provide common sense financial and business planning advice to new business owners, and those who are expanding their operations. Specifically, the discussion will center around 3 C’s of Lending – Character, Capacity and Collateral.
On last week's podcast, ANDY SCHELL a/k/a "The Profit Doctor" gave our listeners an update from the MBA's Accounting and Finance Conference that took place the week before in New Orleans. One of the topics that Andy raised had to do with "Governance" for independent mortgage bankers (IMB's). Because a significant number of our listeners either are an IMB or work for an IMB, we had a significant amount of feedback and requests for additional information. For this reason, I have asked Andy to return as the Hot Topic guest to discuss this important topic. Here are some of the questions we will be discussing and Andy will be answering.
What is the purpose of Corporate Governance?
What does the CFPB require for Governance?
How does an Independent Mortgage Bank address this requirement?
Why do they call it a Compliance Management System?
What about smaller companies, are they required to comply with these rules?
This is an important topic which you will want to tune in and listen too. I would encourage you to tell othera about it as well.
David Lykken, Host and Moderator of the "Lykken On Lending" program.