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JV Partnership Available for Legitimate Developers/Investors/Businesses With Limited Cash Resources

Started May 22, 2017 0 Replies

We are looking to fund commercial real estate development projects or portfolio acquisitions within the U.S. with legitimate and experienced commercial real estate developers and investors.  We like…Continue

Tags: mezzanine, mortgage, debt, Equity, JV

Developer/Construction Financing @ 2% / 90% LTC / Non-Recourse

Started Feb 16, 2016 0 Replies

Cressida Capital ( is offering commercial development / construction funding for experienced developers:$10 million minimum loan…Continue

Acquisition and Development Loans Primer

Started Jul 12, 2015 0 Replies

I’m writing this short primer because I get development loan requests for projects on a daily basis from borrowers and other brokers who aren’t well versed on how lenders analyze A&D loan…Continue

Commercial Real Estate Equity Available for Solid Projects

Started Dec 9, 2014 0 Replies

If you are a commercial real estate developer or investor with ground up construction, development, or value add projects, and you are in need of equity to fill out the capital stack on your project,…Continue

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Developer/Construction Financing @ 2% / 90% LTC / Non-Recourse

Posted on February 16, 2016 at 10:43am 0 Comments

Cressida Capital ( is offering commercial development / construction funding for experienced developers:

  • $10 million minimum loan amount (no max)
  • Rates currently run 2% - 3%
  • Up to 90% loan-to-cost
  • Structured as debt or equity
  • Non-recourse
  • Appropriate for the development/redevelopment of hotels, resorts, assisted-living facilities, high-rise multifamily, and business…

How Are Commercial Construction Loans Underwritten?

Posted on November 18, 2014 at 1:01pm 0 Comments

Here is how commercial construction loans are underwritten.  The first test is the profit test.   Will your finished project be worth more than it will cost to construct?  Most lenders will require at least a 20% profit margin.


A related test is the loan-to-value ratio.  After the project is completed and, say, your strip center is occupied, will the construction loan be less than, say, 75% - 80% loan-to-value. 


Commercial construction lenders often will not…


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