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Click to access show link - Episode 152 Casey Siggins: Your 2018 Real Estate Lending Outlook
February marked this year’s Mortgage Bankers Association Conference & Expo. The annual summit serves as a chance for those involved in the real estate lending industry to discuss trends, market cycles and forecast conditions. Trying to make sense of the real estate lending market?
For the uninitiated investor trying to make sense of real estate lending and financing options, it came seem like a lot to take on. There are a lot of factors that play into the overall conditions of the real estate lending market. The MBA conference is a great way for you to get a gauge on current lending conditions and alternative financing options as well as an idea of what you can expect to see coming down the road via legislative and regulatory changes.
If you can’t attend these conference, that’s okay! Each year, we talk with an industry insider who attended the conference to bring you key takeaways and insights into the world of real estate lending.
This episode, we talk with Casey Siggins
, a loan origination expert with Franklin Street
specializing in real estate debt and equity. Casey gives us his takeaway from the conference and we discuss what’s going on with the big players: agency debt, CMBS, and bank loans. We also talk alternative financing and lending options as well as construction loans.
Don’t miss this episode for your real estate lending outlook! About Our Guest: Casey Siggins
is the Director of Loan Origination with Franklin Street Capital Advisors
. Casey specializes in the origination of debt and equity for all income-producing properties. Previously a Senior Analyst with Franklin Street, Casey assisted in the transactions of more than $200 million in assets. Casey is actively involved with the Tampa Bay real estate investing community.
You can reach Casey directly at casey.siggins@FranklinST.com or by calling his office at (813) 397-1638. You can find out more about services offered by Franklin Street through their website
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