Clopton Capital Announces New Loan Programs for Quality Unstabalized Properties

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Clopton Capital is a nationwide commercial real estate finance company that funds loans through conduits, insurance companies, banks, and private equity firms. The company is offering low cost non-recourse bridge lending nationwide for commercial properties in lease-up or value added situations.

"After years of stagnation in the commercial lending market, there is now more and more funding available for both stabalized commercial properties and those still recovering from the market down-turn"

Clopton Capital is a nationwide commercial real estate finance company that funds loans through CMBS securitizations, Insurance companies, banks, and private equity firms. The company is excited to announce a new, unique program offering low cost, full non-recourse bridge loans.

The bridge program has loan amounts available from $1 million up to $30 million and in some cases, even higher. The program is perfectly suited for well-located, well-maintained properties in need of re-tenanting, lease renewal for anchor tenants, and rehab / refurb situations. The program features interest-only rates betwen 5.5% and 7.5%. Borrowers will receive full loan proceeds along with allowances for TI and commissions.    

The loans are fully non-recourse to the owners of the property and follow the same standard carve-outs as the CMBS market.

"After years of stagnation in the commercial lending market, there is now more and more funding available for both stabalized commercial properties and those still recovering from the market down-turn" says Jake Clopton, President of Clopton Capital.

To kick start this new program, Clopton Capital is seeking lending opportunities in the top 50 MSA’s across the nation for any commercial property type. Loan amounts available range from $1 million up to $30 million and higher depending on the situation.

For 224-523-7841 to speak to a Mark Perkowski, Senior Loan Officer.

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