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Bellwether Enterprise is one of the largest commercial & multifamily mortgage banking companies in the country.
We are large in scope, yet focused in approach. With 30 offices across the country, we offer an unwavering commitment to regional expertise. Most of our loan producers have 25 plus years of experience and were born and raised in the areas they do business.
Local expertise, a wide variety of lenders, competitive products and unmatched customer service, Bellwether Enterprise is one source for all your commercial mortgage banking needs.
BELLWETHER ENTERPRISE STANDS FOR INTEGRITY.
We are mission-driven, dedicated to long-term relationships, quality work, organic growth and ensuring that our clients have access to optimal solutions with certainty of execution.
Clients appreciate our commitment to technology and trust our leadership as we deliver large-scale capabilities with a boutique-style approach.
We are Capital on a Mission. We redefine the bottom line by contributing to our nonprofit parent company, Enterprise Community Partners, to support affordable housing across the country.
Nearly three decades ago, Bellwether Enterprise executives set out to create something exceptional: to develop a family of repeat clients by building value and trust. Today, Bellwether Enterprise has offices coast to coast. Times may have changed, but our vision has remained the same.
PRIVATELY HELD, WITH AN ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT
58% owned by Enterprise Community Investment, Inc. and 42% owned by key Bellwether Enterprise employees.
As a privately-held company with employee ownership, our team has a vested interest in providing the most competitive, flexible financing solutions to our customers. The Bellwether Enterprise culture is simple: work diligently to build long, lasting relationships through high-touch customer service and skillful, customized financing solutions.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING MISSION
A large portion of our revenue supports our nonprofit parent company, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc., which creates and advocates for affordable housing for low and moderate income families in diverse, thriving communities.
The U.S. is in the midst of a housing insecurity crisis that affects nearly 19 million low and moderate-income families. The crisis touches families who are homeless or pay more than half their monthly income on housing.