Loan Programs

Our esteemed team of mortgage experts and in-house closing specialists meticulously oversee every aspect of the loan process. With their unwavering dedication, we navigate you seamlessly from your initial application to the closing table, securing the most advantageous terms along the way.

Fixed Rate Loans

Fixed-rate commercial mortgages come with a consistent interest rate and unchanging monthly payments throughout the entire loan duration. These loans typically feature fixed interest rates for terms ranging from 5, 10, and 30 years, making them a prevalent financial instrument for real estate ownership. This financing option simplifies long-term budgeting and provides reliability in an ever-volatile real estate market


Commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) are fixed-income investment instruments that derive their backing from mortgages associated with commercial properties, distinguishing them from residential real estate. CMBS can offer a source of liquidity for both real estate investors and commercial lenders.

Construction Loans

A construction loan serves the purpose of financing the expenses associated with a real estate project’s construction phase prior to securing permanent, long-term financing. As the project advances, the lender disburses funds incrementally. Such loans are generally short-term in nature, usually with a maximum duration of one year, and their interest rates fluctuate in sync with the prevailing prime rate.

Bridge Loans

Bridge loans are temporary financing solutions secured by the borrower’s existing property to facilitate the acquisition of a new one. These loans enable individuals to fulfill financial commitments by offering immediate access to cash flow.

Mezzanine Loans

Mezzanine loans serve as a powerful tool for businesses to secure additional capital, thereby amplifying their potential for increased profitability and returns on invested equity. Importantly, these loans often entail deferred payments, with the full amount becoming due at the end of the loan term, which can significantly bolster a company’s cash flow.

While mezzanine loans do come with a higher level of risk, they also offer the prospect of substantial rewards, typically ranging from 12% to 20% in annual returns. This combination of risk and potential return makes mezzanine financing an attractive option for businesses seeking to supercharge their financial performance.

Land Loans

Land loans are a financial resource utilized for acquiring undeveloped land and vacant lots. What sets them apart from conventional property loans is that lenders typically view the collateral as less secure, making these loans carry a higher level of risk.

Agency Loans

Agency loans, such as those offered by entities like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, are government-backed financial instruments that provide assurance for mortgage loans. These securities are underwritten with a guarantee from the issuing agency that ensures the repayment of the principal amount of the loan.

Preferred Equity

Preferred equity represents a component within the real estate capital structure and serves as a financing tool that sponsors or developers utilize as part of the overall funding strategy for a specific real estate project.


The Small Business Administration (SBA) offers a compelling financial solution for commercial real estate lending through its loan programs. With the SBA’s backing, borrowers can secure fixed-rate commercial mortgages that ensure a constant interest rate and uniform monthly payments for the life of the loan. These SBA loans, often featuring terms of 10 and 25 years, stand out as a popular choice among small business owners aiming to purchase or refinance commercial property. By offering stability and predictability in payment schedules, SBA loans aid in straightforward long-term financial planning, making them a reliable tool in the dynamic landscape of commercial real estate.

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