This post is here for the many inquiries we get seeking multifamily funding. For those lenders and brokers on this website with funding for apartments, please respond and let me and everyone else here know what you have to offer!

Leaving LTV, credit score, and downpayment requirements would be great.


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call me.  Frank  518-357-3614

Wow I have never seen so many answers to this question.  Are you a bit over overwhelmed I know I would be?

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Hello Amy this is what we offer for funding solutions on this website you will find guidelines, criteria, submission info and contact info......Aaron

Hello my name is Jack I own Lakota Capital Group LLC i'm a broker and I have many direct lenders that fund multifamily. depending on lender, credit score 680 plus, minimum 10 to 20% down can cross collateralize if you have property with sufficient equity 60 to 75% LTV maybe depending on lender 80% I charge no up front fees they are only paid if and when it email is


Thank you Amy,

I specialize in small balance commercial loans for acquisitions and refinance from $250K to $1,500,00. My niche is for borrower's who don't quite qualify at the local bank but deserve much better pricing and terms than hard money. Here's Why:

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Amy - 

MONROE CAPITAL, LLC is a Direct Lender that funds Multi-Family investment properties.

We provide hard money loans quickly and efficiently.  We do not provide "conventional" financing.

Our typical borrower is an investor who wants to purchase property quickly, "fix & flip" and/or needs to bridge a gap in conventional financing.

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We can help you with the loan. We offer personal, company and business loans to individuals and companies in severe need. Apply now and get your financial problems solved. The interest rate is 3% yearly. Contact us via e-mail: Can fund your Multi-Family SFR N/O/O acquisitions from as little as $100,000. up $50,000,000.

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We are very active in the multifamily re-financing and acquisition funding space. For more information, please contact me so we can discuss your needs in more detail.

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We are the number one HUD multifamily lender in the US and have up to 83% LTV lending available for proposed or existing properties.  Contact me at Trillium Capital Resources (706)221-7464 or  Existing projects need to have a trailing occupancy of not less than 85% for the last 6 months.  

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