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CrediVia welcomes Michael J. Richardson as chief commercial officer. With nearly two decades of experience in commercial real estate information, serving the nation's largest financial institutions, Richardson will lead the maturation strategy of CrediVia’s expanding platform.

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CrediVia announced today the addition of Trusha Patel as chief business development officer. Patel brings more than 20 years of real estate expertise to her role, tasked with further growing the company’s key partnerships while also providing strategic guidance to evolving CrediVia’s commercial loan marketplace.

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Commercial loans signal the beginning of long-term business banking relationships and promise a major source of revenue, but many lenders fail to recognize the low-hanging fruit in new and developing verticals.

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MJM Group will deliver by year's end a 118-room Steele Creek Courtyard by Marriott in front of the Charlotte Premium Outlets and a 139-room City Park Aloft Hotel by Starwood at the City Park development off Tyvola Road.

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CrediVia's Anuj Mittal describes what must borrowers do to put their best foot forward and come to the table ready to negotiate the most competitive loan for their needs.

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CrediVia co-founder and CEO Anuj Mittal had the opportunity to sit down with John Siracusa of the Bank On It podcast at FinovateFall 2018. Anuj and John discussed CrediVia's origin, lender and borrower pain points and the implications of the platform for the industry at large.

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CrediVia, a marketplace that enables a simpler and faster commercial loan process, shares predictions for trends in hospitality financing for 2019.

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CrediVia has opened its platform to borrowers and will debut its technology with a live demo at FinovateFall in New York while also showing at The Lodging Conference in Phoenix.

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Startup launches online marketplace to remove the friction in lender-borrower relationships.

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