Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
Already gaining notoriety for saving real estate properties from unfortunate snags like foreclosure and unpaid tax seizures, McIntyre Investment Properties (MIP) has recently launched their structured commercial financing service in Houston, Texas. Now providing bridge loans or, short-term loans also known as Debtor in Possession (DIP), to real estate projects that are in financial trouble the company’s primary objective is to meet the borrower’s needs with efficiency. Being flexible and always keeping professionalism top of mind the firm is focused on providing time-sensitive solutions to borrowers anywhere in the United States. To view a video on MIP’s newest financing products visit http://youtu.be/dPU-IX4wO2w.
Laurie McIntyre, President of McIntyre Investment Properties, Inc. said of the structured commercial financing service launch, “Our goal is to provide reliable, customized bridge and DIP financing solutions at a moment’s notice. Thankfully for our clients, this is not relegated to one specific region, we’re nationwide.”
Providing bridge loans that are not accessible through traditional lenders, MIP financing is backed by private banks and various institutions. MIP’s newest financing products are eligible for commercial property types including but not limited to multi-family apartments, grocery anchored retail shopping centers, mixed use, CBD office, suburban office, medical office, student housing, warehouses, distribution, flex, flagged hotels, parking garages, self-storage, and condo unit inventory loans. For more information, visit http://www.StructuredCommercialFinance.com or call 1-877-615-2422.
About McIntyre Investment Properties:
McIntyre Investment Properties in Houston, Texas is a family owned real estate investment company whose main office is in Anacortes, Washington. MIP offers an array of services to both homeowners and private investors. The company’s owners live by the motto “Serving families by providing affordable housing to build strong communities.”