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Commercial Mortgage Broker Training

Become A Commercial Mortgage Broker!

What Does A Commercial Mortgage Broker Do?

Similar to how Real Estate Agents sell homes, a Commercial Mortgage Broker sells commercial properties. Commercial mortgages on buildings, malls, and other properties, however, typically are for higher dollar amounts, are valued on the property's projected income and, as a percentage of the loan, require more of a down payment or collateral.

Commercial Real Estate Loan Brokers typically work with several types of loans, including bridge, construction, and the typical fixed-rate loan.

And like the residential loan process, Commercial Real Estate Loan Brokers work with their team to generate and evaluate loan applications and work with the mortgage underwriter to evaluate and get the loan approved.

Commercial and industrial lenders both know that non-financial factors such as the borrower's industry, its competitive market, and its management team play a key role in the ongoing success of the business, as well as timely loan repayment.

About Our Commercial Loan Broker Training Courses

By taking one of our commercial mortgage broker loan training courses, you will learn about the entire loan process by which a commercial real estate loan is marketed, underwritten, approved, documented, closed, and monitored.

You also will learn about the various documents typically found in a commercial loan transaction - and their legal impact on the relationship between the bank and its borrowers and guarantors.

Learning Objectives: Commercial Mortgage Broker Loan Training Courses
  • What areas of the law impact commercial lending?
  • What are the fundamental documents in a commercial loan transaction?
  • What is the difference between term sheets and commitment letters?
  • What documents are unique to real estate lending?
  • Learn what specific information will help you to handle business applications correctly
  • What factors determine if the application is for business purpose or consumer purpose?
  • Which documents are used in asset based financing?
  • How are letters of credit documented?
  • What are loan participation agreements?
  • What are mortgage spreaders? Mortgage assumptions? Future advances?
  • What is construction risk and how is it mitigated?
  • Differences between residential and commercial construction loans
  • Title insurance
  • Survey
  • Bonding
  • Funding and draw controls
  • Cash flow or net operating income (NOI) concepts
  • Understanding key variables: vacancy, management fees and replacement reserves
  • The missing link: Using NOI along with a cap rate to estimate current property value
  • Moving from NOI to cash flow available for debt service (CFADS) and DSC
  • Stress-testing of debt service coverage (DSC) and loan-to-value (LTV) at transaction level
  • How to use a sample worksheet to explore the major issues, including stress-testing, demonstrated with a case example
  • How can we minimize mistakes in loan documentation?
  • Common compliance violations in the commercial loan area

Find Commercial Loan Broker Training Courses

To find Commercial Loan Broker training courses either select one of the recommended courses or "Commercial Real Estate" from the "Professional Development" section of the search box below.
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What Are Commercial Mortgages

Commercial mortgages are primarily used for buying any land or property for business purposes. Similar to a traditional, residential mortgage, money is borrowed and secured against a property.

They can also be used to expand an existing business and for residential or commercial property development.

What Is The Difference In A Commercial Vs Residential Mortgage?

The main difference between a commercial and residential mortgage, other than the type of property, is in the application process as there are no set rules with commercial loans. A commercial mortgage generally lasts from one year to a maximum of 15 years while a residential mortgage can last from one year to 25 years or even 30 years.

Commercial mortgages are generally larger and more complex and more information will be required than for a residential mortgage. There are no VA or FHA programs in commercial lending, therefore lenders have no insurance to cover borrower default.






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