institutional lender

institutional lender

A federal- or state-regulated entity that loans money.

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While institutional lender appraising included buyers, sellers, and lenders, the RTC appraisal process was different because the RTC commissioned the appraisal and was often both a seller and a lender.
HFF worked on behalf of the borrower, Brandolini Companies, to secure the permanent, fixed-rate loan through an institutional lender.
For any of our credit union, mortgage banker, and institutional lender clients, they will be dealing with us right here in California, not talking with someone in an offshore call center," he said.
The $64 million nonrecourse, fixed-rate mortgage, provided by an institutional lender, underscores the property's quality and location within the Tysons Corner, Virginia, submarket.
The RADCO Companies has purchase of the 260-unit apartment complex, Highland Pointe, in the Atlanta metro area from an institutional lender.
Private equity fund manager, NextBridge Group LLC, based in Central New Jersey, acquired the asset from an institutional lender.
Summary: Big banks and institutional lenders are stepping up lending to small businesses

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