Erich Beringer
  • La Jolla, California
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Fannie Mae Apartment Small Loan Program - Speedy Processing / Rate Lock
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The Fannie Mae Small Loan Program is constructed for more timely execution of non-recourse fixed rate apartment loans between $750,000 - $5,000,000 for stabilized apartment buildings with more than…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Erich Beringer Oct 5, 2010.

 

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Location (City, State) (Province, Country)
La Jolla, California
A Bit About Me
Erich is President of Southbridge Capital, Inc., a correspondent Fannie Mae Small Program Seller/Servicer. Prior to Southbridgem Erich was a Senior Analyst with Fairfield Residential, LLC.
Which Best Describes You? (Pick All That Apply)
Large Investor =>100K, Direct Lender
What Do You Need
Access to property owners and purchasers who need to execute GSE financing in the multi-family Small Loan Program within 45 days from application.
What Do You Offer
Southbridge Capital provides expedited service to customers applying for Fannie Mae Small Loan Program Multi-Family Credits. For loans between $750,000 - $5,000,000 processing generally takes 45 days to close and rate locks are available within 30 days from application. As Southbridge is a correspondent to a number of Seller/Servicers, it selects the lowest available spreads, as well as its underwriters with the most current capacity.
Website URL
http://www.southbridgecapital.com

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