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Bridge loans are most commonly provided by debt funds and used for acquisitions for value add properties or refinances for cash out or partner buyout situations. Access to quick capital is often a necessity in order to close a transaction with bridge loans closing in typically 10-45 days.

Long term commercial mortgages are placed on stabilized commercial properties and typically provided by institutions including Banks, Agency Lenders, Life Companies and CMBS lenders. In determining the best long term financing for your stabilized property, it is important to consider the needs of the project, investors and owners regarding recourse, leverage, amortization and prepayment terms.

For real estate developers seeking ground-up construction financing, our lending options are specifically tailored to your needs and credentials as a borrower. Whether your hot button is interest rate, recourse or high leverage we have the solution.

 
 
 
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