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Bridge Loans Are Available for Commercial Property in Trouble

Started Mar 28, 2014 0 Replies

Things aren't always rosy. In fact, we count on it. To some investment teams, the fewer roses the better: Low occupancy acquisitions, bad…Continue

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MLC Capital Partners LLC. is a private commercial real estate lender whose primary objective is to meet our borrower's need for short-term bridge financing with efficiency, flexibility and professionalism.

Our firm provides commercial real estate financing for borrowers in unique and time-sensitive situations anywhere in the United States. We focus on providing timely, reliable, and customized solutions that are not accessible through traditional lenders.

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Commercial Property Bridge Lending

Posted on March 21, 2014 at 2:57pm 1 Comment

Most real estate transactions require leveraged financing in the form of a loan. Banks are the place most people think of to get traditional loans. However, the many issues impacting lending since 2008 have put a cramp on what many traditional banks can do.

Bridge loans are meant to solve problems. getting a bridge loan often means positioning capital in such a way as to…

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At 2:44pm on July 23, 2014, Jude R said…
I developed a unique software that helps me to search all over the internet (with thousands of sources of relevant big data) in order to find all over the country super attractive Multifamilies with high cap rate of 15% - 25%
 
I buy mostly the properties that renovations is not required, ~100% occupied, with a strong cash flow from day one!
 
I'm looking for a partner that will invest the money for the down payment most of the time the range is 10-30% of the purchase price (I have a high credit score so I know how to bring 80% to 100% financing) .
 
The target is to share 50%/50% on all the profits after payment and financing.
I know how (and I can present proof with other properties of mine) to produce for the partner 30% 50% Cash on Cash ROI
 
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