On Your Way to Becoming a Commercial Real Estate Mortgage Broker
Lesson 7 of 20, Lender Types in the Pioneer Realty Capital Commercial Mortgage Banking Certification Course builds upon the methods for financing commercial real estate and loan programs from Lesson 1. Often, non-bank lending sources like private debt funds and insurance companies depend on commercial real estate mortgage brokers, bankers, and “correspondent lenders” to identify loan requests that fit their loan programs. It is important to identify the lenders who participate in funding commercial real estate.
This lesson discusses the various types of lenders actively funding commercial mortgages. These lenders include commercial banks, agencies, investment banks, insurance companies, and private debt/equity firms. This lesson takes a closer look at lenders who are traditionally very active when it comes to commercial real estate lending.
- Identify the types of lending institutions who make commercial real estate loans
- Understand the business model of these institutions
- Understand the fee structure of commercial real estate lenders
- Understand the role the mortgage bankers play in the industry