Fairview Commerical Lending
Hard money loans when the bank says "no"
Fairview Commercial Lending is a privately funded direct hard money lender
We are Hard Money lenders that offer fast, flexible, Private Money and Bridge loans on residential and commercial investment properties in Georgia, Colorado, and Florida. We listen to your needs and structure solutions to meet your goals. You will receive an honest answer quickly. We have ample capital with all underwriting, funding, and servicing in house with no upfront fees. We are the decision makers (not brokers), and have the flexibility to quickly structure the right loan package for your needs. We are the Premier Hard Money Lender that will get you funded. When the banks say no, Fairview Funds.
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Harder for Borrowers to Secure a Loan in February, Credit Availability Hits record low
As a private lender, my call volume and closings the first quarter have been off the charts as borrowers fall out of more conventional products. This trend is now playing out with the Mortgage Credit Availability Index showing substantial tightening of credit for all types of mortgages. What was in the data? Why the sudden shift in credit availability? Will credit availability decline further? What will be the impact on real estate prices and volume? What is the Mortgage Credit Availability index? The Mortgage Credit Availability Index (MCAI) is a barometer on the availability or supply of mortgage credit at…
We are hiring a full time association in our Atlanta office
We are looking for a full-time associate in our fast-paced commercial lending office in Sandy Springs, Georgia; this is not a remote position. This position will focus on loan servicing and light accounting. QuickBooks experience required. Real Estate/Banking /Mortgage/ Title experience preferred but willing to train. We are looking for a mature professional that is detail-oriented and a self-starter. Pay depends on experience. Please send resume and cover letter to info at Fairviewlending.com.
Blowout jobs report; mortgage rates to jump again; Is 8% on the horizon?
Wow, a few weeks ago rates had fallen from a peak of over 7% to almost 6%. Unfortunately the party was short lived as rates are now heading much higher. The recent jobs report was another blow out upping the odds of another half point increase at the next Fed meeting. What do higher rates mean for real estate? Will certain price points get hit harder than others? Why are interest rates rising now? Long and short, the “market” is not believing that the federal reserve can effectively control inflation without substantially higher rates and there is further worry…