Items Tagged with 'B2R Finance'

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  • Finance of America expands, brings B2R Finance, Jordan Capital Finance into fold

    Launches new division focused on lending to real estate investors
    Finance of America, a Blackstone Group portfolio company, made quite a splash in recent years as the nonbank revealed a serious growth plan with a series of acquisitions. Now, details of Finance of America’s latest expansion are being revealed, as the company announced that it is launching a new division that will focus on lending to real estate investors, bringing two well-known companies into the fold.
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  • RE/MAX names B2R Finance as an approved supplier

    Will provide rental property financing options to clients
    B2R Finance announced a major move with RE/MAX. The company, which is a lender for rental property investors, will begin offering financing solutions for rental property investors through the RE/MAX network of sales associates.
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  • B2R Holdings is now Lending.com

    Company rebrands and plans to “revolutionize lending”
    B2R Holdings, the parent company of B2R Finance and Dwell Finance, announced that it is rebranding and will now be known as Lending.com. According to a release from B2R, Lending.com is a “transformative technology platform designed to address industry fragmentation and offer a faster, lower-friction process for consumers, entrepreneurs and established businesses alike.”
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  • B2R Finance adds Brad Weber as chief accounting officer

    Former controller at Bank of America joins single-family rental lender
    In this role, Weber will lead the accounting, reporting and control functions, as well as human resources and regulatory compliance. Weber will also be a member of the executive committee, which is comprised of the company’s senior-most leadership team.
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  • From HW Magazine

    Hot Seat: Jason Hogg of B2R Finance

    Providing an easier mortgage process for residential rental investors
    The lenders serving owner-occupied and commercial buyers try to twist their products to fit the financing needs of the single-family rental investor, but continue to come up short. The needs of the SFR investor often don't align with the narrow box offered by traditional lenders and that's where we come in.
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