10.6.16: ValueXpress Honored with “2016 Broker Program of the Year” Award at NACLB Convention & Expo

ValueXpress was presented the “2016 Broker Program of the Year” award for CMBS conduit loans at the 2nd Annual National Alliance of Commercial Loan Brokers (NACLB) Conference & Expo. The award recognizes the firm that provides a high level of broker service in origination, processing and closing their loan product.
naclb-awarad-2016The award was presented by Kris Roglieri, co-founder of NACLB. He noted, “CMBS conduit loans are very complicated to originate, underwrite and close. We are pleased to give this award to ValueXpress for its efforts to simplify CMBS conduit loans for the benefit of NACLB brokers and their clients. We have received many comments from NACLB brokers that ValueXpress is responsive and knowledgeable, which has resulted in favorable feedback from NACLB borrowers. We want to recognize ValueXpress for this achievement.”
“We are honored to receive this award,” commented Michael D. Sneden, Executive Vice President at ValueXpress. “It is the firm’s mission to bring 25 years of CMBS conduit lending knowledge to NACLB brokers and their clients. Indeed, CMBS conduit loans are complicated, so we have hired individuals who are experts in each part of the CMBS loan process, many with investment banking experience and relationships in CMBS conduit lending.”

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