Small Commercial Expert: Multifamily Financing and Apartment Financing - Fannie-DUS Alterantive

Multifamily Financing and Apartment Financing - Fannie-DUS Alterantive

Multifamily Financing and Apartment Financing is available through government programs but a Fannie-DUS Alternative has been needed for some time.  Most investors don't realize it, but one has existed and for a while and it is right under their noses.

While most commercial investors involved in multifamily and apartment investing believe that using a Fannie Mae multifamily financing program is best they would love to do what many larger firms do and take their portfolio to the big, national life insurance companies to get low rates and long-term mutlifamily financing and apartment loans.

Now, those low interest rate, long term loans are available on smaller multifamily financing and apartment loans.  The minimum loan amount is usually just over $1 million but there are small regional life insurance companies that provide mid tier and lower tier commercial real estate investors with competitive rates and long terms on multifamily financing.

To understand more about alternatives Fannie Mae DUS multifamily financing, read our blog or visit Dividend America Commercial lending online at

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Comment balloon 0 commentsMichael Gross • December 03 2012 12:30PM