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I am a commercial real estate debt broker based in Soho, New York, but I work with many investors across the country to finance their properties through our large network of lenders.~~~Recently…Continue

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Lev Capital is a debt advisory firm based in New York for commercial real estate assets. Because of our proprietary technology, we are able to span across the country. We are able to get a 100% success rate for our clients. We work with investors to refinance their properties, take acquisition loans, finance development projects, and working capital.

I am a commercial real estate debt broker based in Soho, New York, but I work with many investors across the country to finance their properties through our large network of lenders.

~~~Recently Closed~~~
Neighborhood: Lower East Side, New York
Asset: Multifamily
Rate: 2.8% fixed
Term: 10 Years
Amortization: 30 Years

Neighborhood: New Haven, CT
Asset: Mixed-Use Office/Retail
Rate: 4.0%
Term: 10 years
Amortization: 25 years

Neighborhood: Boise, ID
Asset: Retail Complex
Rate: 3.8% fixed
Term: 10 years
Amortization: Full Term I/O

We are currently placing many loans across the country. We work on loans of $1 Million and up. Contact me at for more information on our recently closed deals or visit our website at www.levcapital.com. Always looking to connect! Email me at: os@levcapital.com

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