Real Estate Capital Firm Offering Commercial Mortgage Financing for Assisted Living Facilities and Health Care Properties

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Clopton Capital, a secondary market commercial lender which provides commercial real estate loans for income producing properties nationwide, is announcing the expansion and addition of loan options for developers and owners of assisted living facilities and health care properties.

Clopton Capital, a secondary market commercial lender which provides commercial real estate loans for income producing properties nationwide, is announcing the expansion and addition of loan options for developers and owners of assisted living facilities and health care properties.

The real estate capital firm is currently seeking funding opportunities for the acquisition, refinance, and construction of health care and assisted living projects. “We have a large pool of capital available to offer and are looking for viable funding opportunities in which we can assist.” Says Jake Clopton, founder, “We are specifically targeting these lending scenarios due to very attractive loan options which we can provide.” Clopton Capital sees tremendous opportunities for execution in the healthcare sector and is actively seeking borrowers and developers of hospitals, assisted living facilities, senior housing, and memory care facilities with whom to work with. The best way to find out more information about this program is to contact the company directly.

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
http://cloptoncapital.com/commercialmortgages.html

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