Mid-Atlantic Financial Group offers a number of commercial real estate loans for our clients. Below, you’ll see the various commercial loans that we can provide.
If you’re relocating or your long-term financing isn’t yet available, a bridge loan is right for you. A bridge loan is a short-term loan usually 6-12 months. Interest rate on bridge loans are usually higher than permanent loans.
Commercial Construction Loans
A loan that is submitted through a local bank, insurance company or finance institution. Using equity that is created, these loans operate on a multi-stage level to create funding for any construction that may be necessary to complete a project.
Fix and Flip Loans
For those who need cash for rehab projects, we offer fix and flip loans. We have flexible loan options available for investors looking to expand their real estate portfolio.
Long-Term Rental Loans
Flexible commercial loans designed to help you grow your rental portfolio. Perfect for buy and hold strategies, and loans can range from $75K to $2 million. A very user friendly process, and your personal income doesn’t need to be verified.
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