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This statistic highlights Broadmark Realty’s Average Loan Size, reported on a quarterly basis from Q1 2020 onwards.
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(All figures in USD)
The company’s average loan size witnessed fluctuations over the quarters, reflecting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent recovery of the real estate market.
Initial Impact of the Pandemic
The early stages of the pandemic in 2020 Q1 led to a slight decrease in average loan size, from $5,500,000 to $5,200,000 in 2020 Q2. The uncertain economic landscape prompted caution among borrowers and lenders alike.
Market Recovery and Growth
As the real estate market began to recover, the average loan size saw steady growth, rising to $5,700,000 in 2020 Q3 and further increasing to $6,100,000 in 2020 Q4. This recovery demonstrated renewed confidence in the housing and construction sectors.
Steady Increase in 2021
Throughout 2021, Broadmark Realty experienced a steady increase in average loan size, starting at $6,100,000 in 2021 Q1 and reaching $6,700,000 in 2021 Q2. This growth reflected a thriving housing market and strong construction activity.
Significant Jump and Subsequent Adjustment
In 2021 Q3, the company reported a significant jump in average loan size, soaring to $7,100,000, signaling robust demand for larger loans to fund substantial projects. However, the average loan size slightly decreased to $6,900,000 in 2021 Q4, possibly due to seasonal factors or market adjustments.
Stable Lending Practices in 2022
Throughout 2022, Broadmark Realty maintained relatively stable average loan sizes, remaining at $7,000,000 in both Q1 and Q2. A slight decrease to $6,700,000 in Q2 was followed by a return to $7,000,000 in Q3 and Q4.
Continued Focus in 2023
In Q1 2023, the company reported an average loan size of $6,900,000, showcasing its consistent focus on loan sizes that align with market conditions and risk appetite.
The fluctuations in average loan size can be attributed to a variety of factors, including the initial impact of the pandemic, market recovery, limited housing supply, net migration trends, tightening credit for competitors, and increased construction spending.
Broadmark Realty’s ability to navigate market fluctuations and maintain a consistent focus on lending practices underscore its resilience in the face of challenges. By adapting to evolving market conditions and aligning with borrower needs, Broadmark Realty continues to be a reliable and adaptable partner for construction, development, and investment loans in the U.S. real estate industry.
Broadmark Realty is a Seattle-based commercial real estate finance company operating as a real estate investment trust (REIT) since 2010. Specializing in underwriting, funding, and managing short-term, first deed of trust loans, Broadmark caters to the construction, development, and investment needs of residential and commercial properties.
Their loan portfolio encompasses vertical construction, horizontal development, acquisition, land entitlement, rehabilitation, bridge financing, and investment. The company focuses on states with favorable demographic trends, enabling efficient collateral access and mitigating risks.
With a track record of over 1,000 loans worth $2.0 billion, Broadmark demonstrates expertise in the real estate lending sector. As a REIT, the company benefits from tax advantages and regulations that allow for significant income distribution to shareholders.
Key factors influencing Broadmark’s business include real estate market performance, economic conditions, banking regulations, and the availability of conventional lenders. By offering tailored financing solutions and capitalizing on market expertise, Broadmark serves the needs of real estate developers, investors, and industry participants. Through their specialized approach, Broadmark aims to generate attractive risk-adjusted returns while supporting the growth and development of the real estate industry.
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