Real Estate Matters
82: Profiles in Real Estate - Chad Hagwood

82: Profiles in Real Estate - Chad Hagwood

November 19, 2020

ACRE Data Analytics Coordinator Stuart Norton interviews Lument Senior Managing Director & Southeast Regional Director, Originations Chad Hagwood about how he became interested in commercial real estate, his viewpoint on how coronavirus is affecting commercial real estate finance, and about Hunt Real Estate Capital's transition to Lument. Lument is a member of ACRE's Alabama Cabinet.

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CHAD'S MANTRA – “Go above and beyond every day!”

CHAD'S MISSION – It’s my mission to deliver outstanding value and exceptional service and results to my customers! I use my years of experience, knowledge, and deep relationships with the commercial real estate capital markets to ensure that my customers receive the best possible deal terms and that their transactions are closed with efficiency, certainty, and integrity and continue to serve their needs after the close.

RESULTS MATTER - "Customers pay for results, period. Results come from passion, expertise, and closing a lot of deals over many years and cycles in this business. CONSISTENT RESULTS alone are the ultimate standard that cut through the noise and separate those that can do from those that cannot." Chad Thomas Hagwood

WHAT CHAD DOES – I am a direct lender and an expert in financing multifamily properties and manufactured housing communities (MHCs) across the nation. I am an advocate for my great customers and carefully guide them through the nuances and pitfalls of commercial real estate finance while providing them with the white-glove service they expect and deserve. I am a leading specialist in Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA and CMBS loans. My team and I pride ourselves on delivering what others cannot, and by doing what we say we will do, when we say we will do it. Most importantly, I love what I do!

WHAT LUMENT DOES - LUMENT is a leading nationwide direct lender in multifamily, manufactured housing and commercial real estate finance. We are an entrepreneurial and customer-focused lender. WE ARE DEAL MAKERS - NOT BANK BUREAUCRATS. We are one of a small number of lenders to offer Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and FHA loans along with (real) bridge programs. Our proprietary loan options include our fixed-rate loans, bridge loans for acquisitions and rehabs, and mezzanine loans. LUMENT is also a leader in SBL, affordable housing, seniors housing, and healthcare loans.

81: Brokerlord with Derek Waltchack

81: Brokerlord with Derek Waltchack

October 1, 2020

ACRE Data Analytics Coordinator Stuart Norton is joined by Derek Waltchack, a Birmingham commercial real estate broker and developer and founding partner of Shannon Waltchack, to discuss his podcast Brokerlord. Derek is traveling the country to interview successful brokers from each of the 50 states for the podcast.

The goal of the podcast is to educate brokers looking to add rental income to their portfolios—but Brokerlord is not only for brokers. The ideas, advice and concepts are useful in any industry.

80: UNDERWATER: How Our American Dream of Homeownership Became a Nightmare with Ryan Dezember

80: UNDERWATER: How Our American Dream of Homeownership Became a Nightmare with Ryan Dezember

September 18, 2020

Most young people aspire to buy their first home. Wall Street Journal reporter Ryan Dezember spent a decade trying to get rid of his. In UNDERWATER: How Our American Dream of Homeownership Became a Nightmare, Dezember provides a powerful, incisive story that chronicles the 2008 housing crash and its aftermath from a fresh perspective—the forgotten, middle-class homeowner.

Dezember joins ACRE Data Analytics Coordinator Stuart Norton on the podcast to discuss how decisions on Wall Street and in Washington played out on his street in a corner of the Sunbelt that was convulsed by the foreclosure crisis.

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RYAN DEZEMBER is a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, writing about financial markets and investors. He previously wrote about the oil industry from the Journal’s Houston bureau. Before that he worked as a reporter for the Mobile Register, reporting on the real-estate boom and bust for coastal Alabama’s daily newspaper. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

79: New Construction (July 2020)

79: New Construction (July 2020)

September 4, 2020

ACRE's Research Coordinator Stuart Norton shares data and insights on Alabama's residential new construction for July 2020. View all ACRE's commercial and residential data research at acre.culverhouse.ua.edu.

78: New Construction, Starts & Building Permits (June 2020)

78: New Construction, Starts & Building Permits (June 2020)

August 7, 2020

ACRE's Research Coordinator Stuart Norton shares data and insights on Alabama's residential new construction, starts and building permits for June 2020. View all ACRE's commercial and residential data research at acre.culverhouse.ua.edu.

77: Crowdsourcing the CRE Leasing and Sales Data Marketplace with Compstak’s Lucy Burt

77: Crowdsourcing the CRE Leasing and Sales Data Marketplace with Compstak’s Lucy Burt

July 30, 2020

CompStak Senior Market Development Manager Lucy Burt joins ACRE Data Analytics Coordinator Stuart Norton to discuss CompStak's leading crowdsourced commercial real estate data platform that handles millions of data points each week to create a comprehensive, robust CRE data set and what she's been seeing happen on the platform during COVID-19.

 

For more information about CompStak, email Lucy at lucy@compstak.com

76: AHFA “Hardest Hit Alabama” Mortgage Payment Assistance Program with Cathy James

76: AHFA “Hardest Hit Alabama” Mortgage Payment Assistance Program with Cathy James

July 9, 2020

The Alabama Housing Finance Authority (AFHA) Business Development Manager Cathy James joins our podcast to provide information on their foreclosure prevention program Hardest Hit Alabama. The program provides up to $30,000 in short-term mortgage payment assistance to eligible homeowners who have lost employment or income due to COVID-19.

AHFA was established by the Alabama Legislature in 1980 to serve the housing needs of low- and moderate-income Alabamians and create housing opportunities through the affordable financing of single- and multifamily housing. Since 1980, AHFA has provided funding for more than 48,000 rental housing units and helped more than 70,000 Alabamians purchase a home. 

75: New Construction (May 2020)

75: New Construction (May 2020)

July 3, 2020

ACRE's Research Coordinator Stuart Norton shares data and insights on Alabama's residential new construction for May 2020. View all ACRE's commercial and residential data research at acre.culverhouse.ua.edu.

74: This Month in Residential Real Estate (May 2020)

74: This Month in Residential Real Estate (May 2020)

June 26, 2020

ACRE's Research Coordinator Stuart Norton discusses data and insights about Alabama's residential real estate market for May 2020. For more information, view the corresponding webinar.

73: Alabama Real Estate Commission Education Update with Ryan Adair

73: Alabama Real Estate Commission Education Update with Ryan Adair

June 18, 2020

Alabama Real Estate Commission (AREC) Education Director Ryan Adair joins ACRE's Director of Education, Marketing & Communications Cherie Moman to share a brief update on how coronavirus has affected CE deadlines, content delivery and testing along with information on how the CE requirements will be changing for the next renewal cycle.

 

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