Yearly Archives: 2016

Now Hiring: Loan Analyst

Q10 Bonneville Real Estate Capital is pleased to announce a new position in its Las Vegas, Nevada office.  Candidates for this position must live in the Las Vegas area, or be willing to relocate for this full-time, permanent position.

Bonneville recently celebrated its 40th year in business.  Bonneville has great longevity with its employees; the current tenure averages over 11 years, with the newest team members having been added due to company growth. Bonneville provides a positive team environment and regular hours along with competitive pay and a benefits package.

Position:

Loan Analyst

Location:

Las Vegas, Nevada

Qualifications:

Education – Bachelor’s degree or MBA; Major in Accounting, Finance, or Continue reading Now Hiring: Loan Analyst

Bonneville Sponsors 2016 Utah Real Estate Challenge

Bonneville Real Estate Capital is proud to be a sponsor of the 2016 Utah Real Estate Challenge (UREC).

The UREC is an intercollegiate real estate development competition for undergraduate and graduate students throughout the state of Utah. The competition fosters understanding of real estate development by giving students the opportunity to prepare and present a real estate development plan to a panel of expert judges.

A grand prize of $20,000 Continue reading Bonneville Sponsors 2016 Utah Real Estate Challenge

Q10 Posts a Record Year in 2015

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  • 2015 total production was $5.02 billion up 33% from 2014’s $3.719 billion.
  • This was our best year since 2007’s $5.541 Billion.
  • Total number of loans closed for the year was 690 up from 535 in 2014.
  • Q4 was up about 3.5% over Q4 of 2014 in dollar volume.
  • Average loan size for 2015 was $7.174 million up from $6.951 in 2014
  • Life company production was $2.715 Billion with 400 loans or 55% of the total dollar volume followed by conduit at $906 Million or 18% of production and banks at $591 Million or 12% of the total.
  • The majority of this year’s increase came from life company lending (up $848 million from 2014 and Fannie/Freddie up $288 Million).