Multifamily property owners have special financing needs. Choosing a lender who can deliver fast, efficient and streamlined loan transactions can have a critical impact on your business. We offer apartment building owners a variety of adjustable and fixed rate financing solutions, and while other lenders typically process a loan in around 60+ days, we aim to deliver and close in 30 days or less thanks to our straightforward products and simplified documentation process.
As the nation’s #1 multifamily lender, we believe that your success is our success. That’s why it’s our mission to keep earning your business every day. How? By proving to be dependable and passionate advocates of your business needs and goals through this loan cycle and beyond. We do so by bringing you invaluable local expertise and industry knowledge to help guide better investment decisions. And by consistently delivering value-wise, straightforward financing solutions with unbeatable speed, ease and certainty.
We pride ourselves on reliably delivering our clients straightforward, competitively priced term financing solutions with a certainty of execution unrivaled by our competitors. It starts with our local experts who will quickly assess the deal and ends with your deal closing successfully.
We continually enhance and optimize our products, services and lending processes as your needs change. We strive to be pioneers of best-in-class lending and to raise the bar for ourselves and our clients every day.
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