Clopton Capital Now Offering Commercial Mortgages for Self Storages Facilities

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Clopton Capital, a secondary market commercial real estate lender is now announcing that they are offering financing for self storage facilities nationwide. The company is offering commercial mortgages for the acquisition, refinance, or construction of self storage facilities to individual borrowers and large real estate firms.

Clopton Capital, a secondary market commercial real estate lender is now announcing that they are offering financing for self storage facilities nationwide. The company is offering commercial mortgages for the acquisition, refinance, or construction of self storage facilities to individual borrowers and large real estate firms.

The real estate capital firm is currently seeking funding opportunities for self-storage facilities located in markets throughout the nation. The funding for these loans is actively sourced from institutional investors and depositories by the company and offered to borrowers through an individually tailored application process. Because of the on-going effort to stay abreast of the commercial capital markets, the company’s platform is able to offer extremely competitive rates and terms depending on the individual preference of each borrower. Many of the loans being offered to borrowers are coming in at the low 4%’s for five and ten year fixed rates for all asset classes across the country.

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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