CFA Capital Partners Sees Opportunities in Credit and Liquidity Crisis, Broadens Lending Parameters

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In the wake of the credit crunch fueled by the sub prime meltdown, some firms are actually embracing the current market conditions. CFA Capital Partners 'CFA', a leader in private bridge financing based in Rye, NY, sees a window of opportunity to assist developers and investors during these difficult times. CFA has announced this week that to further bolster its program lending base, it has increased capacity to finance commercial real estate assets from $500,000 to $5m. This allows CFA to fund loans that were previously too small for most direct private lenders. CFA plans to fund an additional $100m in small loan product in 2008 as compared with 2007.

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We are in a great position to fill a need in the marketplace and we look forward to proactively seizing this opportunity and helping our clients achieve their goals

    As the financial markets become increasingly turbulent, many commercial property owners are being turned away from their customary financing sources and are left to scramble for alternatives. Since its inception CFA has positioned itself to thrive during turbulent times.

How much worse will conditions get? "We are in a great position to fill a need in the marketplace and we look forward to proactively seizing this opportunity and helping our clients achieve their goals," said John Clancy, Managing Partner at CFA. "When all is said and done, there is going to be a lot of shakeout in the world of private lending and CFA figures to be one of the few left standing due primarily to our sound investment strategy and strong corporate leadership."

As a company that has proven itself with a multitude of successful deals, CFA has built a strong reputation for managing complex financial transactions, acquisitions, and recapitalizations with its innovative bridge, permanent and mezzanine programs. CFA has successfully funded projects such as multifamily developments, hotels, office buildings, medical facilities, and retail space.

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