Chicago Based Commercial Lender Actively Seeking Funding Opportunities for Commercial Real Estate Loans

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Clopton Capital, a secondary market commercial real estate lender which provides commercial loans for income producing properties nationwide, is announcing the expansion and addition of lending options for operators and owners of commercial properties.

Clopton Capital, a secondary market commercial real estate lender which provides commercial loans for income producing properties nationwide, is announcing the expansion and addition of lending options for operators and owners of commercial properties.

Due to new commercial lending options and the expansion of credit facilities available to borrowers, the company is actively looking for new lending opportunities to fund. These opportunities come in the form of any acquisition, refinance, or construction of commercial properties nationwide for owners and operators of income producing properties. The Chicago based firm has a specialization in hospitality and gas station properties and is especially interested in funding opportunities that would include those property types. “As we are beginning to see signs of upticks in interest rates and warning signs of more foreclosures and commercial debt coming due, now is the times to take advantage of loosened credit markets and more adventurous credit markets.” Says Jake Clopton, founder of Clopton Capital.

Clopton Capital ranks as one of the most active and dynamic commercial real estate finance firms providing lending options nationwide for income producing properties. Offering commercial mortgages, construction loans, bridge loans, and cmbs loans to borrowers for a diverse range of property types and ownership structures, Clopton Capital has the capability to meet almost any lending needs of property owners and managers.

For more information contact a loan officer by calling 866-647-1650 or visit http://cloptoncapital.com/commercialrealestateloans.html

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