Commercial Real Estate Loan Firm Seeking Funding Opportunities for Fannie Mae and FHA 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 they are actively looking for Fannie Mae and FHA commercial mortgage funding opportunities for multifamily and senior housing properties nationwide.

Clopton Capital, a secondary market commercial real estate lender which provides commercial loans for income producing properties nationwide, is announcing they are actively looking for Fannie Mae and FHA commercial mortgage funding opportunities for multifamily and senior housing properties nationwide.

The commercial finance firm is seeking funding opportunities for Multifamily and senior housing owners and operators that are looking for long term fixed rate loans for the acquisition or refinance of applicable properties.”We are trying to originate as many funding opportunities as possible for Fannie Mae and FHA execution while rates are at historical lows.” Says Jake Clopton, founder of Clopton Capital. “Multifamily and senior housing property owners and operators have a tremendous opportunity to take advantage of the long terms low rates offered by these programs.” Being a correspondent to several approved and preferred Fannie Mae and FHA conduits, the company is able to quickly move applications and loans to closings faster than borrowers simply getting in line and waiting for their turn.

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
http://cloptoncapital.com

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