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Top ten things brokers are sick and tired of hearing from lenders

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

Clay Sparkman
I posted this some five years ago. I thought I’d put it up again. I figured we could all use a laugh.

There are some good things happening out there, but these last three years have been tough. If you are reading this it is because you are a survivor. And as such, [...]

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Trust deed lending – ten mistakes you should never make and ten mistakes you must never make

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

I first published this post on The Private Money Investor Blog on Dec 19, 2009. It is clearly directed toward a private money investor audience. However, from time to time, I like to post articles on this blog which give more of that particular perspective. If you really wish to understand the private money lending [...]

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Top Ten Ways you know it might be time to consider private money

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

Clay Sparkman
This has been a tough four years for many of us, so in celebration of the anniversary of the sub-prime collapse, I thought it would be nice to start off  by having a little fun. With that in mind, I have prepared a top ten list, Top Ten Ways you Know it Might be [...]

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Top ten things brokers are sick and tired of hearing from lenders

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

Clay Sparkman
There are some good things happening out there, but these last three years have been tough.  If you are reading this it is because you are a survivor.  And as such, you will have heard it all from lenders who really don’t seem to be very interested in lending any more.  If we didn’t [...]

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Top ten clues that you should probably re-consider using a particular private money lender

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Clay Sparkman
I remember when I first came into this business 15 years ago, the general attitude toward private money–and private money lenders and brokers–was quite negative.  And to a certain extent, the reputation was not completely unearned.  It was an industry that seemed to harbor a small handful of crooks and a great many more [...]

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