Construction lending –A Deep Dive into best practices around managing self-builds and vetting potential builders
Tuesday, Dec 7, at 1pm central time
Sponsored by Black Knight
Construction lending is on the rise as the inventory of existing homes continues to be scarce. In this session we’ll be talking about how to manage the risks when members want to be their own general contractor. We’ll share the key components of a builder activation process and learn from an expert on how to manage the builder/lender relationship to ensure a smooth process for all. Whether you are thinking of getting into construction lending or already have a program please join Tracy Ashfield and Amanda Hallo, Director of Construction Administration at Lake Michigan Credit Union for a timely and lively discussion.
- This session will be interactive so come with your questions.
- Open and free to ACUMA members only
- Session not recorded.
- Attendance will be approved.
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Amanda L. Hallo
Director Mortgage Construction Administration, Lake Michigan Credit Union
Amanda Hallo is the Director of Construction Administration at Lake Michigan Credit Union. She brings more than 20 years of experience in construction lending, title, and escrow and loan servicing. Hallo leads a construction lending team that manages a pipeline of more than $1.1 billion. With her guidance, LMCU has attained the leading position in market share in Michigan for construction lending. Hallo’s philosophy is that construction loans have three clients: the member, the home builder and the loan originator. This philosophy is at the core of her relationships with the top builders in Michigan and Florida. Hallo is married with three children and enjoys attending sporting events and concerts, cooking and traveling.
Tracy J. Ashfield
Tracy Ashfield is the President of the American Credit Union Mortgage Association (ACUMA), an organization with which she has had close ties for 20 years. Ashfield has worked as a consultant and subject matter expert with ACUMA since 2000. In that time, working with founder and former president Bob Dorsa, she has helped the non-profit grow from a handful of members to an organization with more than 400 mortgage-lending credit union leaders. In that same time, credit unions have seen their market share grow from 2% to nearly 9%. And ACUMA is now the premiere education and networking association for credit unions that are serious about mortgage lending. During her years with the association, Ashfield has been the curator of ACUMA’s event programming, bringing relevant and timely educational content to the growing list of members. Ashfield is a well-known figure in credit unions with nearly 30 years in mortgage banking leadership roles at numerous mortgage banking firms.
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