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First Quarter Portfolio Overview

Iron Bridge continued to experience strong loan demand across all markets, reflecting stable demand for rehab lending and success with Iron Bridge’s strategy to lower its loan pricing to gain higher quality borrowers. Seven non-performing loans paid off and the sale of one REO asset contributed positively to earning during the quarter.

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Portfolio Overview:
Total Borrowers:133
Avg. Loans Per Borrower:1.6
Cash Utilization:99.0%
Average Loan Size:$311,663

Financially during the First Quarter of 2018, Iron Bridge originated 70 new portfolio loans and saw 86 portfolio loans paid off, resulting in a net 215 active portfolio loans as of March 31, 2018.

Average cash utilization was 99.0% during the quarter but varied slightly intra-quarter as the Manager worked to match portfolio loan originations against portfolio loan payoffs.

At the end of the First Quarter, Iron Bridge had originated 2,128 portfolio loans since inception (April 1, 2009), of which 1,913 had paid off.

Average loan size exiting the quarter was $292,896, approximately $11,860 higher than the trailing twelve month average of $281,036.

As discussed in previous quarterly reports, Iron Bridge continues to target loans secured by real estate priced in the liquid segments of their respective markets.

 

Loan Size, Trailing 4 Quarters

Expanded Reach

In 2018, Iron Bridge became licensed and expanded into three new states: Nebraska, Missouri, and Rhode Island.

This is in addition to 2017 activity where Iron Bridge expanded and licensed for business in 10 new states: Florida, New Jersey, Massachusetts, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Georgia, Tennesse, Louisiana, and Virginia.  

Iron Bridge now serves hundreds of the most attractive real estate markets in 29 states within the United States and is continually evaluating others for expansion opportunities. Borrower feedback plays a key role in our expansion decisions, so if you or someone you know is an experienced real estate rehabber or fix and flipper and would like to work with Iron Bridge in a state we don’t work in today, feel free to contact us.

All Markets Served

  
  Array
(
    [0] => Arizona
    [1] => California
    [2] => Colorado
    [3] => Connecticut
    [4] => Delaware
    [5] => Florida
    [6] => Georgia
    [7] => Illinois
    [8] => Indiana
    [9] => Louisiana
    [10] => Maryland
    [11] => Massachusetts
    [12] => Michigan
    [13] => Missouri
    [14] => Nebraska
    [15] => New Jersey
    [16] => New Mexico
    [17] => North Carolina
    [18] => Oklahoma
    [19] => Oregon
    [20] => Pennsylvania
    [21] => Rhode Island
    [22] => South Carolina
    [23] => Tennessee
    [24] => Texas
    [25] => Utah
    [26] => Virginia
    [27] => Washington
    [28] => Washington DC
    [29] => Wisconsin
)
  
  • Arizona
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Louisiana
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • North Carolina
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • Washington DC
  • Wisconsin
  • Active States
  • New Active States

Markets Served

If you would like to learn more about how to become a Borrower or an Investor with Iron Bridge Lending feel free to email [email protected] or call (503) 225-0300.

Our company has been developing single family and multifamily projects in Colorado for over 30 years, and I can say that the Iron Bridge team is one of the best private lenders we have ever worked with. We have several projects with them now and plan to do more.”

Len G -- Borrower

I like to invest in real estate to build and maintain a diversified portfolio.  I don’t want to spend my time continually evaluating new real estate investments one-by-one.  The Senior Demand Notes solve this problem because I earn interest every day and my investment is spread across a portfolio of over 200 real estate loans located across 29 states.”

David H. -- Investor

About the author: Gerard Stascausky is Co-Founder and Managing Director of Iron Bridge Lending.  Mr. Stascausky is a Chartered Financial Analyst with over 15 years of investment banking experience.     (NMLS COMPANY ID: 854231, CFL: 603180, NMLS INDIVIDUAL ID: 854033).

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