Financial Solutions for Investors, Principals and Land Lords

Newbridge Financing Options

Landlord / Bulk Portfolio / Blanket Loans

*Property Types: Single Family – 1 – 4 Units – Condos – Apartment Complexes ( 5 unit minimum / no maximum) ( Minimum Property Value 50K for 1 – 4 Units) (5+ unit Minimum Property Value 30,000)

Loan Amount: $500,000 Max: 50,000,000

Lines of Credit

$1,000,000 Minimum


*Investor Stated Income Residential and Commercial Loans Up to 75%

*Permanent Financing for Buy & Hold

*Fix & Flip – Cash Out Refi’s

*Foreign National Loans

Other Investor Programs

*No Doc, No Credit Check Fix & Flip Loans up to 70% of the ARV ( Spec Construction Loans)

*Hardmoney And Private Money Bridge Loans for Commercial

Minimum Loan Amount: $100.000

Max Loan Amount: $80,000,000

Term: 1 to 3 Yrs


Other Programs

Construction Loans

Minimum $500,000 to $30,000,000

Up to 75% LTC

Up to 36 Months


  1. Ground up construction Max LTC 80% (All commercial property types including Hospatality, AFL & Memory Card) Minimum Loan $10M
  2. High Leverage Bridge Loans on existing commercial properties Max LTV 90% Minimum 10M
  3. Second Mortages on income producing properties Minimum Loan $2M

*Land Loans – Raw Land – Entitled – Agriculture Land

Owner Occurpied Loans

*Self Employed Borrower Loans ( No tax returns, we will use 24 months of bankstatements for income)

*Had a Foreclosure, BK or Short Sale – No Problem we can get you financed

*FHA – Conventional – VA – Non Prime Loans – Jumbo Loans

*Inhouse Credit Restoration Program to improve credit score and get qualified for home loan

Commercial Loans “All Property Types”

*Agency – SBA – CMBS – Conventional (Construction & Rehab)


John Broussard

Newbridge Investments

713-777-9996 Ext 103

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