Items Tagged with 'Construction spending'


  • Builders Capital launches fix-and-flip loan program

    Currently operating in the West, Builders Capital plans to expand into new markets in near future
    Residential construction lending company Builders Capital is launching a new fix-and-flip loan program to capitalize on the popularity of that market. Right now, Builders Capital only operates in Washington, Oregon and Colorado, but, according to its statement, it is gearing up to expand into new markets in the near future.
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  • Built Technologies integrates with Black Knight to revolutionize construction lending

    Digital documents increase modernization and transparency
    Built Technologies continues to seek to revolutionize the construction industry with its new integration with Black Knight’s LoanSphere platform for digital construction loans. Built explained that with its integration with Black Knight, any construction loan can be digitally managed throughout the loan life cycle – from origination through servicing.
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  • Expert: Construction lending prepares to meet its perfect storm

    Trillion-dollar industry greatly underserved
    The construction lending industry is ripe for change as it struggles to keep up with the world’s changing technologies. One expert told HousingWire the industry remains in the stone ages when it comes to managing its mortgages. But now, it is preparing for the “perfect storm.”
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  • Built raises $21 million, aims to revolutionize construction lending

    Plans to use money to expand in residential and commercial construction
    Built, a provider of construction lending automation software and a 2017 HW Tech100 honoree as one of the top technology companies in the housing industry, announced this week that it raised $21 million that it plans to use to “transform” the construction lending industry.
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  • Construction spending rises to 7-year high

    Residential construction rises 1.3% from June
    Overall construction spending during July 2015 was estimated at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1,083.4 billion, 0.7% (±1.5%) above the revised June estimate of $1,075.9 billion, the Census Bureau reported Tuesday. Here's what it means for housing.
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