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Lender Relations:  Keys to Building a Strategic Partnership

with... Beckie Reynosa

a presentation on how to maximize the benefits you have with your lender

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

SLCC, Miller Campus, MFEC #203
9750 South 300 West
Sandy, UT 84070

More often than not, when investing in a piece of real estate, you are going to have to borrow money to close the deal.

When selecting a lender, do you know the right questions to ask?  Do you know how to get the best rates?  Do you know how to incorporate your lender into a strategic partnership with fellow members of your "A" Team?

If you'd like to learn how to maximize the benefits you have with your lender, join the Utah REIA and Beckie Reynosa, VP Relationship Management for Bank of Utah for the July Networking Luncheon and learn:

  • Why a great lender should be a strategic financial partner along with your accountant and attorney
  • About Bank/Credit Union incentives and how you should use those incentives to get your best rates and terms
  • How your lending institution can work with insurance brokers, hard money lenders, or mezzanine financiers to get you the best financing 
  • The limits of your bank/credit union – when to use a bank, a hard money lender, or an equity partner
  • The strategies observed of generational wealth building real estate entities

MORE ABOUT BECKIE:  Beckie has worked as a commercial lender for twelve years, with the most recent eight years being at Bank of Utah.  She is authorized to lend in any realm of commercial lending between $500,000 and $30,000,000 but prefers to specialize in the various types of commercial real estate due to her not-so-secret passion for Real Estate.  She has financed multi-family apartments, retail, office, warehouse, manufacturing, storage units, mixed use projects, assisted living facilities, hotels, trailer parks, gasoline stations, residential treatment centers, equipment loans, accounts receivable lines of credit and inventory financing.   In the past four year she has lent over $100,000,000 for Bank of Utah and is on track to close over $40,000,000 in 2019 alone. 

She and her husband also own and manage their personal portfolio of rental properties which includes various single family homes and duplexes.  They have owned rental properties for over thirteen years and love being landlords.  Together they have three children (ages 8,5 and 2) who can sometimes be heard teaching the other neighborhood children to save their money so they can buy real estate because real estate “earns lots of money.”

For More Info:  Contact Rebecca Dearing by calling (801) 647-8862 or by sending an e-mail to rebecca@utahreia.org.

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Date: Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

SLCC, Miller Campus, MFEC #203
9750 South 300 West
Sandy, UT 84070

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