Debt is often the best way, and sometimes the only way, to finance your business as you acquire more properties.
With the current toll on the global economy, a widespread recession seems inevitable at this point. With that comes the immediate need to cut costs.
As owners/landlords, we’ve all been holding our breath a bit for the start of April 2020 and rent collection. But, it is not just us. Lending institutions all over the country are waiting as well.
Recent news about the Federal Reserve dropping the Federal interest rate has lots of real estate owners evaluating whether they should refinance.
Day-Count Convention is a small section of your loan, that may be more important than you realize.
It’s time to get another commercial real estate loan…or refinance an existing commercial real estate property. You know the process.
Recourse loans and non-recourse loans are both fairly common in the commercial real estate world. If you’re in the business, you need to have a good idea of what each one is and how it works. Here’s a quick rundown of these two types of commercial real estate loans.