GNT Loan Products
GNT offers a wide array of products through both retail and wholesale channels. Whether you are a borrower who needs financing, or a broker representing a client, we can help. We provide institutional loans for Residential, Commercial, Construction, and Mixed use properties. In addition our Specialized Private Money Financing offers fast, flexible funding for loans that are not available from traditional sources. Regardless of your need, our purpose is to provide you excellent service. We fund loans quickly and efficiently without all the headaches other lenders create!
GNT Trust Deed Investments
GNT provides trust deed investments for investors looking for competitive yields without a direct correlation to the stock and bond markets. Trust deed investments offered through GNT provide safe, high yielding investments, backed by real estate which provides the security not available in investments offered through traditional brokerage house advisors.
Americans Less Certain the Housing Market Has Bottomed - 19 hours ago
Posted To: MND NewsWireAmericans are still waiting for the housing market to hit bottom according to survey data released this week from the Third Quarter Fannie Mae National Housing Survey . It found that a declining number of both homebuyers and renters think this is a good time to buy and an overwhelming and growing majority are quite sure it's a bad time to sell. The survey was conducted among 3,417 homeowners and renters during July, August and September. A random sample of 3,015 of members of the general population which included 834 outright homeowners, 894 renters, and 1,156 mortgaged homeowners of whom 305 were self-identified as being underwater on their mortgages were interviewed by phone. The survey also included an oversample of 402 randomly selected borrowers who had not paid on their mortgages in at...(read more)Forward this article via email: Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it.
QEII Cleansing: Bulls and Bears in Full On Battle Mode. Who to Believe? - 19 hours ago
Posted To: MBS CommentaryRecent choppy movements in bond markets are trying to trick you. They want you to believe that something important has CHANGED. While I wholeheartedly support the assertion that something important HAS HAPPENED/IS HAPPENING, no fundamental CHANGE has occurred. In short, the waiting game continues. This may not FEEL like a waiting game... But that's part of the ruse. The big, choppy movements are the markets way of keeping us on the edge of our seats--entertained, if you will--despite the distinct absence of a clear winner in the game itself. The Game : Is the bond market now recovering from the weakest parts of QE2-culture shock? Cleansing process and/or pain trade subsiding? 2.96-ish = highest yield in 10's for the rest of the year? Etc.. The Players : Bond market, including MBS, and consequently...(read more)Forward this article via email: Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it.
How the Value of the Dollar Impacts Mortgage Rates; Input on Loan Pricing Transparency; New LLPAs Passed Down; 4506-T Verification Info - 21 hours ago
Posted To: Pipeline PressOne can write several volumes about how movements in the dollar impact mortgage lending, and our economy in general. The value of the dollar is certainly tracked in the financial press. For example, the New York Federal Reserve reported that the U.S. monetary authorities did not intervene in the foreign exchange markets during the July-September quarter. But during that period the dollar depreciated 10% against the euro, 5% against the Japanese yen, and its trade-weighted exchange value declined about 7%. So what? Well, a country that cuts interest rates makes its currency less attractive to the world's fixed-income investors, and money is moved to countries that pay a higher yield on investments. The quantitative easing program (QE2) pumps dollars into the economy, critics say by merely printing...(read more)Forward this article via email: Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it.
The Day Ahead: Risk Trade Off Again. Bond Market Scheduled for Early Close - 1 day ago
Posted To: MBS CommentaryGood Morning. I feel fat and lazy but the yield curve is bull flattening and "rate sheet influential" MBS coupons are chipping away at the unraveling that occurred on Wednesday in the bond market. That should at least give us the energy to make it through a holiday shortened trading session today. Global equity markets traded lower overnight, sovereign debt spreads are wider, commodities prices are deflating and Treasuries are catching a bid in decent trading volume (550k in 10yr TSY futures including both Dec and March delivery). North Korea and Europe are back in the headlines and cited as a source of the market's motivation. The risk trade is off again... The long end of the government yield curve is outperforming with 30s 7bps better and 10yr 6bps better. The 2s/10s curve is 3bps flatter...(read more)Forward this article via email: Send a copy of this story to someone you know that may want to read it.