Connecting Community & Capital
CoreSGB’s signature program, Construction Loan Launch is how mortgage executives turn market volatility into a competitive advantage – creating devoted loan officers and delighted borrowers. It’s all about applying trade secrets, tools, resources, and best practices from a renowned expert in the industry.
You’re not alone in believing that launching a construction loan product is complicated and confusing. Most lenders don’t offer one because they don’t have the expertise and knowledge to add it. When you think about getting it off the ground, your engines won’t fire, and the idea stalls because you don’t know how to start.
A partnership with CoreSGB is the unlock that smart, ambitious teams need to build and succeed in the complex construction lending market, opening new frontiers to confident, responsible production where your communities need it most.
What does It take to master the complexity?
Wisdom and Expertise
Immediately establish the framework and best-practices to manufacture these loans quickly, efficiently, and profitably.
Implement CoreSGB’s proven, easily customizable tools the day you “open your doors”, instead of starting from scratch.
Every decision is easier to make once you’ve been guided over the proven, principled routes that will get you to the right answers for your company.
CoreSGB’s Construction Loan Launch can minimize the uncertainty and costs of innovating. We offer the fastest, most efficient way to build a world-class presence in this space.
Susan G. Brown
Susan Brown is the founder and CEO of CoreSGB, a housing finance consulting firm. Susan became known as a builder of programs and teams connecting community and capital, creating the most successful, most admired residential construction lending program in the United States. With CoreSGB, Susan consults for the GSEs, the FHA, local, regional, and federal governments, philanthropists, regional non-profits, think tanks, and financial institutions to solve the problems of financing and planning for novel, creative, and less expensive housing for a new American future.