Excerpt: “The three common hurdles borrowers must clear to get jumbo-loan approval are larger income, higher credit scores and greater reserves,” says Robert Cohan, president of Carlyle Financial based in San Francisco.
Excerpt: “Depending on how their portfolio looks — what they’ve invested in — I think there could be a huge benefit [to Beyoncé and Jay Z], it gives them flexibility, and they could pay the mortgage off any time,” Robert Cohan, managing director at Carlyle Financial in Los Angeles, told Business Insider.”
Excerpt: “Jesse Collins, vice president and senior mortgage banker for Carlyle Financial, told GOBankingRates, “Despite the Federal Reserve ending its low-rate campaign, interest rates haven’t climbed as experts predicted in 2014…”
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Excerpt: “Home buyers are rushing into the housing market as interest rates rise, afraid they might miss the low-rate boat…”
Excerpt: “Robert Cohan opened the Beverly Hills office of Carlyle Financial in June 2012, after spending more than a dozen years as a top producer at several large financial institutions…”
Excerpt: “Robert Cohan, president of Carlyle Financial, a mortgage bank in Beverly Hills, Calif., says a typical jumbo loan borrower can save…”
Excerpt: “Full-service mortgage bank Carlyle Financial celebrated the grand opening of its new Beverly Hills headquarters last week at 9454 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 820…”
Excerpt: “The more portfolio-friendly nature of jumbo loans and recent delays in key secondary market regulations are key hurdles…”
Excerpt: “Carlyle Financial, a mortgage bank offering customized residential loans, announces the Thursday, June 21, 2012 opening of its new headquarters located at 9454 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 820 in Beverly Hills…”
Excerpt: “Robert Cohan of Carlyle Financial, a mortgage bank based in San Francisco, said private funds evaluate these opportunities on a case-by-case basis, and will often be willing to work with unique situation borrowers like athletes, entrepreneurs and the self-employed.”