Commercial Real Estate Financial Expertise
Founded in 1972, Pacific Southwest Realty Services (PSRS) is one of the largest privately-held commercial mortgage banking firms in the Western United States. Our funding sources include major life insurance companies, banks, credit companies, CMBS and institutional investors.
Access to diverse capital sources insures a high level of success in arranging commercial real estate loans, apartment loans, mezzanine loans, and equity transactions that our clients have come to expect. Our long-term lending relationships give us greater latitude in solving problems and closing loans in a timely manner. After the loan funds, our experienced, in-house servicing team handles many issues such as assumptions, lease approvals, payoffs, insurance and many other similar matters.
We have funded a broad range of property types throughout a number of economic cycles and are confident that we can satisfy your financing needs.
PSRS represents life insurance companies, banks, private capital and other credit facilities seeking investment in real estate secured assets.
PSRS is a Correspondent for a select group of life insurance companies who provide capital for commercial real estate and multi-family loans of all sizes ($1 – $200 million)
Our team of professionals possess the depth of personnel and diversity of expertise to better meet the needs of our clients. We pride ourselves on our intense commitment to personal service. This philosophy of quality service has built many long-term relationships with real estate owners and institutional capital sources that have deepened through the cycles of the real estate market.
PSRS has closed financing transactions across the United States from offices located in San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, Santa Barbara, and Las Vegas.
PSRS MARKET INSIGHTS
We recently sat down with PSRS Loan Officers Kostas Kavayiotidis, Mike Davis, and Trevor Blood to discuss the current state of the construction loan market. The following is a discussion of the comparisons of working with life insurance companies vs banks on construction loans.
The process by which capital is provided by a mortgage banker is in many ways similar to that of a mortgage broker. However, the primary difference between the two is the mortgage banker’s access to exclusive programs and funds through a correspondent network of lenders.