|Event Date||Fri Oct 12 EDT (about 3 years ago)|
Commercial real estate (CRE) lending is a significant component of many community banks' lending strategy. CRE lending has the potential for profitable long-term lending relationships, but also presents unique risks. This webinar will provide an overview of how to effectively originate new CRE loans and monitor existing ones. The program will focus on the subset of CRE loans defined as non owner occupied - loans where rental income from unrelated pares comprises most of the cash flow used by the borrower to repay the loan. Join us to learn how the principles of sound lending can be effectively applied to non-owner-occupied CRE loans. (Attendees should have some basic lending and cash flow knowledge.)
Who Should Attend?
This informative session is designed for commercial lenders and credit analysts involved in commercial real estate lending, especially those with beginning and intermediate levels of experience. Senior lenders and chief credit officers with limited CRE experience may also benefit.
Executive Vice President of Young & Associates, Inc.