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Small Commercial Real Estate Loans|Financing For Smaller Properties

Liberty Realty Capital Group specializes in real estate financing for small properties with loans between $200,000 and $5 million.

Private Lenders Remodel the Mortgage Market - WSJ

Investors dip into savings to offer high-price home loans to borrowers rejected by banks; bigger risks, bigger returns.

Giant sets opening date for new Northeast Philadelphia store

The grocer has been expanding throughout Philadelphia and plans to add four additional locations in the city.

Owner of Crozer Health denies report that the Delaware County health system is for sale

Prospect Medical Holdings, owner of Crozer Health, disputed a media report that it has put the Delaware County health system up for sale. The for-profit hospital management company based in Los Ange

FDA awards Castle Creek $1.8M grant for late-stage testing of gene therapy for 'butterfly children'

The Food and Drug Administration awarded Castle Creek Biosciences a four-year, $1.8 million grant to support late-stage clinical testing of its experimental gene therapy for a rare skin disease that

Deborah Heart and Lung Center settles 12-year-old legal battle with Virtua, doctors' group

Deborah Heart and Lung Center said Monday it has reached an out-of-court settlement with Virtua Health and a small group of doctors to resolve a 12-year-old lawsuit. In the suit, Deborah, a specialt

Crane Watch update: The latest on development projects across the Philadelphia region

The Philadelphia Business Journal recently updated its Crane Watch map, giving a visual representation of projects that have been proposed, are currently under construction or have been completed acr

Context Therapeutics closes $28.75M IPO

The IPO underwriters increased the initial public stock offering's value after exercising their option to purchase additional stock.

Bank survey finds Philadelphia overdraft fees are nation's highest

With overdraft fees at a record high nationally, Philadelphia's fees are the highest in the country. See where the city ranks in terms of ATM fees.

It’s Not Too Late to Join the Short-Term Rental Investing Game

It’s never been a better time to be a short-term rental investor. Short-term rental investing, otherwise known as Airbnb or VRBO hosting, has been one of the hottest strategies for […]

Building Rapport and Negotiating with Sellers for a Great Deal

This is an excerpt from Finding & Funding Great Deals by Anson Young.   So you’ve created a deal-getting plan and perhaps even come up with a direct mail marketing […]

HRP reveals new name for redevelopment project at former South Philadelphia refinery site

The developer bills the name as an homage to "Philadelphia's role as an innovator and achiever of many firsts for the country."

SEPTA workers union authorizes strike

SEPTA workers on Sunday authorized a strike as they seek higher wages, better parental leave terms and financial assistance for families of workers who died due to Covid-19. The strike authorization

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 243: Ramit Sethi’s Money Advice for Couples: Live a Rich Life, Together

Ramit Sethi, the author of I Will Teach You To Be Rich, has struggled with this in his personal life as well.

'It’s never been this hot': Ben Cohen of Endurance Real Estate Group on 20 years of industrial investment

The Radnor company started when the appeal of industrial real estate was nowhere close to where it is today.

BiggerPockets Podcast 522: From “No Comma Paychecks” to 7-Figures Using These 5 Skills w/ Nasar El Arabi

Nasar El-Arabi is a self-proclaimed “failure” when it comes to being employed. He wasn’t cut out for the banking industry, the call center, or the classroom. Some people aren’t meant to be em

Zillow Pauses Buying Houses—What Does This Mean for Your Market?

Last Monday,  Zillow’s iBuying program, Zillow Offers, announced they would take a break from buying homes through the end of 2021.  The company explained that they are still working through […]

Rookie Podcast 124: Rookie Reply: Tony & Ashley Talk Challenges They Face Today

From shiny object syndrome to letting go of the entrepreneurial reigns, Tony and Ashley squeeze in a lot into this Rookie Reply.

September 2021 REALTORS® Confidence Index Report: Fall Housing Market Starts on a Calmer Note

Fall Housing Market Starts on a Calmer Note The market is cooling due to both market fundamentals as well as the seasonal decline in market activity that normally comes with fall. By:  Sc

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 242: Finance Follow-Ups: Short-Term Rentals, Safety Reserves, & More Cash Flow

Well, listener, your wish has come true! Today we talk to three past guests of the BiggerPockets Money Show.

Commercial Weekly: Apartment Demand and Rents Likely to Remain Robust in 2022

Apartment Demand, Rents Likely to Remain Robust in 2022 Apartment demand will likely remain robust and rent growth remain elevated in 2022. By:  Scholastica (Gay) Cororaton Commercial &

September 2021 Existing-Home Sales Bounce Back 7% from Prior Month

September 2021 Existing-Home Sales Bounce Back 7% Housing market activity in September inclined 7.0% from August 2021, with existing-home sales reaching a 6.29 million seasonally adjusted a

Instant Reaction: Mortgage Rates, October 21, 2021

Instant Reaction: Mortgage Rates, October 21, 2021 The 30-year fixed mortgage rate rose to 3.09% from 3.05% the previous week, and rates went up by 10 basis points (0.10%) in the past two w

BiggerPockets Podcast 521: Leukemia & Bankruptcy to Retired with 250 Units in 7 Years

Consistent positivity can feel forced when going through something truly terrifying, but it’s exactly what helped Jeffrey Holst fight cancer, get out of bankruptcy, and retire in only seven years.

Critical Economic Indicators Are Fluctuating—Are Real Estate Investors Affected?

There’s a lot of confusion in the economy right now: inflation, unemployment, supply chain issues, and more. As you know, what happens in the broader U.S. economy has important implications […]

Why I Just Passed on a 60% ROI Real Estate Deal

Do you chase shiny objects? We’re all susceptible to them. Their allure is like a siren song for investors looking to boost cash flow and build wealth. I spent years […]

Instant Reaction: Housing Starts, October 19, 2021

Instant Reaction: Housing Starts, October 19, 2021 Based on increased home construction and the ending of the mortgage forbearance program, more inventory will appear next year compared to

Instant Reaction: Retail Trade Sales October 15, 2021

Instant Reaction: Retail Trade Sales October 15, 2021 U.S. advance estimates of retail and food service sales for September 2021 increased from the prior month. By:  Brandon Hardin Ret

Commercial Weekly: Retail Vacancy Rates at Lowest Levels Since Q2 2020

Retail Vacancy Rates at Lowest Levels Since Q2 2020 With people returning to physical stores and food and drinking places, demand for retail space in Q2 2021 exceeded pre-pandemic peak leve

Instant Reaction: Mortgage Rates, October 14, 2021

Instant Reaction: Mortgage Rates, October 14, 2021 Mortgage rates rose above 3% this week as consumer and producer prices continue to rise due to persistent supply bottlenecks and labor dif

Instant Reaction: Inflation, October 13, 2021

Instant Reaction: Inflation, October 13, 2021 Inflation is lingering amid the strain on supply chains, labor difficulties, and rising rent prices. By:  Nadia Evangelou

Housing Affordability Continued to Improve in August

Housing Affordability Continued to Improve in August At the national level, housing affordability increased for the second consecutive month in August compared to the previous month. By: 

Most Affordable Cities in 2020

In today’s world of sky high cost of living in cities like New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles there are still options that are

10 Considerations When Shopping for a Commercial Mortgage in 2020

While many commercial real estate owners are large corporations or REITs. The largest number of real estate owners are individuals or small businesses that own

Top 10 Large Energy Buyers in the US

America’s Fortune 500 companies as well as mid size and small business are all trying to control their energy cost to make their businesses more

Democrats anti-real estate position

Bernie Sanders Staffer: ‘After We Abolish Landlords, We Don’t Have to Kill Them’ While I’ve often thought the progressive liberal wing of the democratic

Casino development in Arkansas

A message board in the construction trailer complex at the Saracen Casino Resort job site proclaims the countdown: 159 days till substantial completion. To get

Measure Twice Move Once

How often as a commercial real estate professional do you read a brochure or fact sheet on a property and assume that all of the

Capital Market Loans in 2020

While capital likes multifamily and industrial, most CRE sectors, even retail, have a positive story. Hilary Provinse, executive vice president and head of mortgage banking

6 major ways retail malls have changed over the last decade

As the the retail apocalypse ravages the US, more than 9,100 stores are expected to close in 2019. And malls across the country are dying

Net Lease Buyers Back To Drugstore Market

Not so long ago, net lease investors saw trouble in the drugstore market. Many feared e-commerce providers would gut Walgreens and other well-known brands like

Apartment Operating expense data

Takeaways from the National Apartment Association’s Latest Income and Expenses Data for Apartment Buildings The National Apartment Association’s Income & Expenses Report for 2019 reveals


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