EARN $500 PER CLOSING
FOR THE NEXT
Just For Convincing One of Your Top
Banker Buddies to Join C-Loans.com
Here's the deal. You probably know six or seven bankers who actually want to make commercial real estate loans. If you convince them to sign up as a lender on C-Loans.com, we will pay you $500 every time they close a commercial real estate loan for a C-Loans user.
Could this amount to some real money? We have one commercial lender on C-Loans who has already closed over FIFTY loans for us, and he has only been listed on C-Loans for eight years. He probably won't retire for another 15 years. If you had introduced us to him, you could easily have ended up earning $500 on over 125 closings. That's $62,500 for investing just 30 minutes to convince one guy to join C-Loans.
Folks, residual income is heavenly. This is nothing sweeter to a mortgage broker on straight commission than to receive a surprise check during a particularly skinny month.
"But, George, is it hard to convince a commercial real estate lender to join C-Loans?"
Naw. Joining C-Loans is a no-brainer. There is no sign-up fee to join C-Loans. There is no monthly fee. There are no contracts to sign. If the bank never closes a single loan, joining C-Loans costs the bank nothing. If they do close a loan, however, banks and life companies pay C-Loans a software licensing fee of 37.5 bps. Hard money lenders pay 50 bps. Most lenders just build our software licensing fee right into their own loan fee.
And if they do join, they will only receive perfect commercial mortgage leads. The loan will be the right loan amount, in the right counties of the right states, and secured by the exact kinds of properties that they prefer. We will only send them permanent loan requests, unless they specifically request bridge loans, construction loans, or mezzanine loans. One easy click sends the bad loans away, and if they want the deal, we provide all of the contact information to call or email the borrower to make the sale.
Does C-Loans work? Oh, my goodness! In 2006 C-Loans closed 225 commercial loans totaling over $206 million. Since inception, we have closed well over 1,000 different commercial real estate loans totaling well over $1 BILLION. Probably only three companies - Bank of America; Wells Fargo Bank; and Holliday, Fenoglio Fowler - closed more commercial real estate loans than C-Loans over the same period. So yeah, its fair to say that C-Loans works.
The bottom line is that this should be an easy sale. If you need help, please direct your banker buddy to our new lender explanation page. Once he shows interest, please make sure that your lender hooks up with my son, Tom Blackburne. Tom's phone number is 574-210-6686. His email address is email@example.com.
Folks, this should be a no-brainer for you too. Remember, you'll earn $500 every time this loan officer closes a commercial real estate loan for C-Loans, for that loan officer's entire 25+ year career, even if he changes banks four times over those 25 years.
All this for just showing him our new lender explanation page and convincing him to connect with us. Then, for the next 25 years, you could be receiving surprise $500 checks on a regular basis. If you are having a particularly hungry month when one of these checks arrive, you will really-really appreciate it.
Important note: You get paid when your loan officer closes a deal for C-Loans. You don't "own" the bank, but you do - as far we we are concerned - "own" the loan officer. Keep in mind that we allow multiple loan officers from the same bank to join C-Loans.
It's all about the loan officers. Some are stars. Some are sleepy. A borrower or broker could submit the same loan to two different loan officers at the bank. The sleepy loan officer might blow it off. The hungry loan officer may cleverly massage it and push it through his Loan Committee. Your job, and our job, is to find those loan officers who are the stars.
If you do know some stars, you'll want to get them added to C-Loans before some other broker introduces them to C-Loans first. If you have a good banker in mind, please call Tom Blackburne right now at 574-210-6686.