Our company has been placing debt across the United States for over 40 years through our relationship with Barry Slatt Mortgage. We look forward to the next 40.
Having access to a full team of support, not only for the placement of our loans, but also the closing and servicing has added needed convenience to our real estate decisions.
Your Insurance Servicing Specialist has just done a fantastic job, she was diligent, professional and thorough and kept us fully informed.
Sarah and Jason were wonderful to work with, and made the process so smooth! I definitely hope to have a chance to work together again and you will be the first one we reach out to if we do need to refinance or need another loan.
Slatt Capital would like to transparently provide a summary of Average Interest Rates and Loan-To-Value (LTV) ratios across the different property and lender types. This information is based on financing quotes received in the last 60 days, across all Slatt Capital offices: Last months 30 day average interest rates and LTV quotes here
The “benchmark” 10-year treasury closed today at 0.68%, slightly up from 0.66% a month ago, yet significantly lower than the 1.77% from one year ago. Based on the comments from the Fed meeting earlier this week, it appears that interest rates will remain low for the next few years. According to a 9/16/2020 article in the Wall Street Journal, written by Nick Timiraos, “The Federal Reserve pledged to support the economic recovery by setting a higher bar to raise interest…
The following are Slatt Capital‘s primary takeaways from this week’s virtual California Mortgage Bankers Association Western States Commercial Real Estate Finance (CREF) conference. Take-aways from the Mortgage Bankers Association virtual portal conference on September 9th-10th: As a result of COVID-19, the immediate future of the commercial real estate market remains uncertain In the midst of the current recession, investment activity is down by 68% nationwide Retail, hospitality, student housing, and office properties have been hit the hardest As rents continue…