Steve Hable

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Steve Hable is Mission Fed’s 1st VP Member Business Lending and has been in the real estate finance industry for over 30 years. His experience includes all facets of residential and commercial real estate finance, including loan origination, loan underwriting, servicing, secondary marketing (plus establishing private mortgage-backed securities on Wall Street), and property management of commercial properties.

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Business Lending

Business Lending

Credit unions are thought of as locally based financial institutions that offer personal service and low lending rates for getting a credit card, auto loan or home loan. But did you know that some credit unions also offer great rates and service on business loans? Learn more about Mission Fed’s Commercial Loan Department.

What do you think about the cost of housing in San Diego?

What do you think about the cost of housing in San Diego?

Since the Great Recession, home values and rental rates have increased dramatically, impacting affordability. With many publications showing the cost of housing in San Diego remaining between 40%-50% of net income for many households, it doesn’t appear we have made much progress in leveling out housing expenses.

Why are San Diego rental costs rising?

Why are San Diego rental costs rising?

It seems like apartment rents are going up every month. The Mission Fed Business Lending Department has a lot of experience with multifamily housing. In fact, about half of our business loan portfolio is for apartments. Keep reading to take a look at San Diego’s rental history, underlying rental increase causes and what we can expect in the future.

Possible Real Estate Tax Change

Possible Real Estate Tax Change

As we all know, real estate owners pay a tax on the property they own. The tax is based on the market value of the property, which is generally set based on the latest sale price of the property. Find out how this proposed real estate tax law change to Proposition 13 could affect all of us financially.
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