Wednesday, September 23, 2020
The digital investment firm, Atomic Capital, has recently entered the crypto-backed lending field, offering the largest loan-to-value (LTV) available on the market yet. Announced Wednesday, April 3, the financial services company will be launching 85% US dollar loan offer of...
Millennial homebuyers capitalize on falling home prices as the generation increases their purchase requests in February, according to a study. The latest Millennial Tracker Survey by Ellie Mae, a tech company serving the mortgage industry, revealed that purchase requests from...
To help low and moderate-income people own a property, Bank of America pledges to extend budget for mortgages by $5 billion over the next five years. The five-year program dubbed as Neighbourhood Solutions, helps low and moderate-income people with a down...
San Diego-based Plaza Home Mortgage recently announced that it will be rolling out its expanded non-QM lending program. Under this new offering from the company, financial lenders, brokers, and other similar agents can become more inclusive in taking in...
The Micro, Small & Medium Enterprise (MSME) sector in India now turns to Peer-to-Peer lending to get access to credit they need to keep the business running. According to Entrepreneur India, banks, for the most part, require too many documentation...
US syndicated lending dropped to its lowest quarterly level since the first quarter in three years. As many borrowers postponed their activities following the volatility in the market in the fourth quarter last year and growing economic concerns. The loans...
Even as wages increase and mortgage rates decline, Americans still cannot afford a home in more than 70% of the country, according to a report. A report from ATTOM Data Solutions found that out of 473 U.S. counties that it...
After the devastating fire that hit California earlier in January this year, PG&E filed bankruptcy protection to prevent liabilities linked to the fire. Two months later, the power utility provider got approved of the $5.5B loan, which claims to...
Brendan Ross, the founder of Direct Lending Investments, was recently sued on March 22, 2019, by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC’s decision to sue follows the accusations surrounding Direct Lending’s annual returns inflation. According to Bloomberg,...
Big companies with overdue payments from SMEs are called out by Chancellor Philip Hammond from Spring Statement saying that this practice badly hurt small enterprises. Hammond wants these big companies to publish their payment practices when it comes to invoices....

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