Commercial Bridge Loans – New York City, New York

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Commercial Bridge Loans – New York City, New York

Commercial Bridge Loans in New York City and throughout the state of New York are becoming easier to obtain for the purchase of distressed commercial real estate assets.  Commercial bridge loans are also available with quick closings for the acquisition of stabilized assets where a short time to close will allow the sponsor to negotiate a more aggressive acquisition price.

In New York City and all over the State of New York, opportunities exist for aggressive commercial real estate investors and savvy asset managers to pick up distressed or troubled commercial real estate assets like office developments, warehouse, light industrial, retail, shopping centers and mixed use developments .  Many have been mismanaged, some are just in need of repositioning. Whatever the issue one aggressive fund is now seeking to finance these opportunities through their special fund targeting commercial bridge loan opportunities in the State of New York and in the five boroughs of New York City.

Commercial bridge loans funds are not all the same.  Some multifamily bridge loans funds have very strict underwriting.  However, our commercial bridge loans funds platform partner is more aggressive and seeking to be very active in the commercial bridge loans space .. specifically in the State of New York and in New York City and the five boroughs.

For more information on how to obtain commercial bridge loans for your project or how to use commercial bridge loans to purchase distressed commercial real estate assets in the State of New York, New York City or any of the five boroughs contact the experts at Dividend America Commercial Lending.  Contact Michael Gross, President, Dividend America Commercial Lending by emailing mgross@dividendamerica.com or call direct at 404-819-4511.  Providing commercial bridge loans for distressed commercial real estate assets like office developments, warehouse, light industrial, retail, shopping centers and mixed use developments from $5 million to $50 million.

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