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Oct 09, 2016
Private money small business lending has exploded over the past two years, it's seeing a lot of positive benefit for businesses needing money for; operating capital, equipment, building purchase, refinance, renovations and debt consolidation.

Oct 06, 2016
The current economic climate has created a lack of credit availability; hard money, asset based lenders are positioned to meet the market needs.

Oct 03, 2016
The gross rent multiplier (GRM) will help get an indication of true value of income producing commercial real estate.

Oct 02, 2016
Commercial real estate loan underwriting standards have eased over the past three consecutive years, according to U.S. banking statistics. However the fundamental ratios remain constant.

Sep 26, 2016
A storm of opportunity is growing in the commercial real estate industry

Sep 25, 2016
Last year, Congress doubled the lending authorization of the SBA through the 504 loan program to $15B.

Sep 24, 2016
Winston Rowe & Associates is pleased to announce new private money loans for commercial real estate nationwide. They have a core focus on assisting businesses with non-bank financing. Contact them at 248-246-2243.

Sep 23, 2016
Winston Rowe & Associates is a national consulting and advisory firm for commercial real estate financing, with no upfront fees. Loan amounts starting at $50,000 with no upper limit. They can be contacted at 248-246-2246 or processing@winstonrowe.com

Jun 02, 2016
Fed Chair Yellen said Friday during remarks at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. "Probably in the coming months such a move would be appropriate."

Jun 08, 2015
What looks like a good foreclosure purchase now may not turn out so great six months from now. In order to avoid surprises, investors should only buy foreclosures in areas they are familiar with.



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