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Land Gorilla Blog | Optimizing Fix And Flip Programs For Growth And Profit

Optimizing Fix and Flip Programs for Growth and Profit

Private lenders can standardize their construction lending processes for growth and profit with some examples from Temple View.


Land Gorilla Blog | The Squeeze: How Independent Mortgage Bankers Can Survive Margin Compression

The Squeeze: How Independent Mortgage Bankers Can Survive Margin Compression

Independent mortgage bankers can survive margin compression with a healthy mix of loan products. Learn more about these loan products in this blog.


Commercial Construction | SBA lending

Growing Your Loan Portfolio with Construction Lending

Community bankers have historically considered construction loans an essential part of their loan portfolio. Whether or not you currently have programs running, the current market conditions lend themselves to an opportunity of portfolio growth with construction lending.


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Utilizing Surveys And Foundation Endorsements To Prevent Costly Mistakes

Surveys and Foundation Endorsements play an important role in construction finance and protect financial institution’s physical interests in real estate. It’s important for construction lenders to fully understand their purpose and benefits when utilizing the tools.


Lumber Costs | Navigating Construction Material Price Increases

How Lenders Can Navigate Rising Material Costs

In an ever-changing climate of rising material costs, lenders should pay close attention to Contingency Reserve Accounts, Builder Acknowledgement Forms, and their Change Order Policy.


Land Gorilla Blog | The Time is Now for Purchase-Centric Lending Strategies

The Time is Now for Purchase-Centric Lending Strategies

Freddie Mac is forecasting a 45% drop in refinance business in 2021. Enter the renovation loan.


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