Multifamily Financing- Apartment Lending & Multifamily Acquisition: Multifamily financing today is loosening in two destinct sectors; Apartment Lending and Multifamilly Acquisitions.
Apartment Lending encompasses loans for smaller complexes and apartment buildings. These are smaller loans in the $500,000 to $2,000,000 range. This sector of the commerical finance market has seen explosive growth recently.
Bridge loans for Apartment Lending have virtually doubled and interest rates are dropping from their highs of 15% with hard money style loans down to more reasonable 12% rates with some lenders even dipping down to th 10% interest rate level.
Loans for apartment buildings and apartment complexes that are stabilized can be as low as 3.875% on a 25 year amortization with a fixed period as long as 5 years. LTV's can vary for both Bridge loans and Senior Secured debt but in general Bridge loans for apartment financing will have 75% LTV and stabilized debt will have LTV's up to 85%.
Multifamily Financing for Multifamily Acquisition is seeing rapid improvement as well. With Bridge loans for multifamily financing starting to increase accross primary, secondary and strong tertiary markets. Stabilized properties are also attracting both government backed and private senior secured debt that can be in the low 3% to the mid 3% range.
Creative structures in the form of structured finance are also prevalent in the the multifamly financing and multifamily acquisition sector. Multifamily financing consists of both single devleopments with more than 200 units and portfolios in the thousands of units.
Don'miss the opportunity to get great rates on refinance or acquisition of apartment buildings, apartment complexes and multifamily developments. Contact the experts at Dividend America Commercial Lending to find the loan that is right for your situation. Call Michael Gross, President, at 404-819-4511 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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