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As we continue our "Mortgage Industry Update" series, I am excited to have back on the broadcast an old friend and industry veteran, GLEN CORSO, who is the Executive Director of Community Mortgage Lenders of America (CMLA). On today's broadcast, we will be focusing on the segment of the market known as independent mortgage lenders/bankers. We will be answering questions such as:
What is the overall outlook for independent mortgage lenders? Better or worse?
Will the market share for independent mortgage lenders be growing or contracting?
What are the primary driving factors that will be helping independent mortgage lenders?
What are the primary driving factors that could be hurting independent mortgage lenders?
Is this a good time to become an independent mortgage lender?
If so, what does it take to become an independent mortgage lender?
If you work for or considering working for an independent mortgage lender or even considering becoming an independent mortgage lender, be sure to tune-in listen to this broadcast or download it later and listen.
Your host, David Lykken.
The Lykken On Lending podcast is created BY mortgage professionals FOR mortgage professionals to keep you current on industry news.
Today we cover the dissenting opinion and the case files from the woman who won 87 million from a debt collection law suit
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Guest: Eric Abramovich, Roc Capital joins Community Investor host Matt Benson to discuss private lending, finding it and securing it for your next real estate investment.
Mr. Abramovich is Co-Founder of Roc Lending, a subsidiary of Roc Capital, and the nation’s premier capital provider to private lenders. Mr. Abramovich began his career at Deutsche Bank as a quantitative equity long/short trader. He and his team spun out of Deutsche Bank in 2009 to form Roc Capital, one of the largest hedge fund launches post the crisis at over $1 billion. He is also a partner in an investment vehicle that acquires, rehabs, and flips distressed properties
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Chrissey Breault, Director of Marketing & Education Services for the American Association of Private Lenders is your host this week on Community Investor. She’ll continue her conversation with Abhi Golhar Managing Partner at Summit & Crowne Partners, an Atlanta-based real estate investment firm. Chrissie and Abhi will discuss structuring and positioning your real estate investment deals, plus actual case studies from the Atlanta housing market. Golhar says every piece of real estate has its own little story to tell and you have to first do a little investigating before committing to the purchase.
former commodity trading advisor Walter Burien revealed the massive scope of government finance and investments, all funded by U.S. taxpayers.The idea is that government INVESTS the money they take in and those investments in the stock markets and other funds means that the government EFFECTIVELY has control of the corporations and PROFITS when the corporations make more profits. But these investments are not reported on. All we hear is DEBT, DEBT, DEBT, WE MUST BALANCE THE BUDGET.Secondly, governments borrow from organizations that governments have invested in. Taxpayers pay the interest and the lenders, owned by governments profit (which means the governments profit too).Simplistically that is the story we are SOLD by government BUT they never tell us about all the ASSETS that are hidden away. Those assets are worth TRILLIONS of dollars and governments are busy promoting a billion dollar deficit like it is the end of the world….because they want to raise taxes, implement user fees and cut services so they make even more money.Walter Burien’s idea is that taxation should be phased out, as the truth is the government’s annual investment income is greater than all annual taxation collected.
Mentoring Monday with Cynthia Nwaubani from 4wordwomen, hosted by Rick Tocquigny. This show is sponsored by www.gracefully-yours.com, America's favorite inspirational greeting cards. Visit www.gracefully-yours.com to live a life of grace.
Cynthia Nwaubani is a relationship manager for the Wells Fargo Regional
Commercial Banking office in North Dallas, Texas. She is responsible for
developing and managing relationships with middle market companies with
revenues between $20 million and $2 billion in the North Dallas area. As one of
the nation’s top lenders to middle market companies, Wells Fargo Commercial
bank provides a comprehensive platform of financial products and services
including loans, cash management, global banking, and investment banking
Cynthia earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Nigeria
in Nigeria; and her M.B.A. in corporate finance and accounting from the Southern
Methodist University’s Cox School of Business in Dallas, Texas. She has also
completed course works in Advanced Credit and Risk Management as part of the
bank’s Commercial Banking MBA Relationship Management program and is a
candidate for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification.
Cynthia is involved in the community with the 4Word Women’s group, an
organization centered on developing women leaders who work, love and pray.
She sits on the International Business Council of the Frisco Chamber of Commerce
and chairs the Global Diversity Summit with the National Diversity Council.
Married with two daughters, Cynthia and her family reside in McKinney, Texas.
Now that you got your credit right you can talkl to lenders for commercial loans and residential homes. We will talk about the process what is involved and documents your will need and different loan programs for residential.
With 22 years of business ownership and management experience and work in the medical industry, two aspiring entrepreneurs decided to open a pizza franchise in Fort Worth, Texas. The husband and wife team knew that in order to turn their aspirations into a reality they would need to secure financing. “We have been open for business for about two months now, and it would not have been possible without the financing we secured through BoeFly,” said a partner. “The process was clear and extremely efficient, and it allowed us to establish a relationship with a nearby bank that is funding our loan.”
This week's special guest on Franchise Today is Mike Rozman, CEO and Founder of BoeFly. Mike discusses how BoeFly puts small businesses in control of their financial future via a step-by-step approach that helps business owners complete an effective loan request and match their business to the right lenders. Rozman also shares his insight on current state of business finance and how business owners can best position themselves ahead of needing capital for startup, acquisition or expansion.
Franchise Today airs LIVE Wednesdays at 11AM CT / 12PM ET with on-demand access on iTunes.
Segment 1: Scott Barnett is the founder and CEO of the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company restaurants. From its inception, Scott grew the internationally known brand to 50 restaurants and $250 million in sales. He has a new book out called Gumption: Taking Bubba Gump from Movie to Restaurant.
Segment 2: Richard Burton is an accomplished attorney who specializes in corporate and employment law. Richard is a frequent keynote speaker on employee matters and is the author of the new book, Employees Gone Wild.
Segment 3: Jude Bijou is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in Santa Barbara. She is the author of the multi-award winning book Attitude Reconstruction: A Blueprint for Building a Better Life.
Segment 4: How to Get Unstuck
Segment 5: Chris Rentner is one of the founders of Akouba Credit, which is an innovative leader in non-bank lending serving the immediate capital needs of small businesses and entrepreneurs in the 21st century economy.
Sponsored by Sage and Nextiva.
PLEASE ,,, Join Eva and Kitty Wolf as they discuss this very real issue, plaguing the people of the U.S. and that of the world, which is homelessness. How many of you are a paycheck away from being homeless? Banks get the bailouts, while the people get booted out. How and Why does this continue to happen? Who's should be held responsible for that of "Creative Financing" the Banks / Lenders or does the responsibility fall solely on that of the buyer?
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On this episode of Community Investor, host Larry Muck sits down with guest, Lee Arnold with Private Money Exchange and Secured Investment Corp.
Community Investor is supported by Affinity Enterprise Group, a set of companies helping investors creat wealth through real estate investment.
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