An industrial asset can span real estate operations including warehousing, manufacturing, transportation and logistics. This type of asset typically attracts a more sophisticated buyer as a result of the risk profile and operational complexities.
Standard financing offers a term of five years or more, a fixed interest rate and is typically closed to prepayment for the term’s duration.
Bridge financing addresses a borrower’s short-term needs, usually three months to three years.
This short-term financing option enables access to a property’s equity for improvements, renovations or repairs, eliminating the need to raise funds from personal sources.
Second mortgages are often used to access equity in a property when a borrower wants to purchase another asset or renovate/repair a property.
Construction financing is available for condominiums, retail, office, industrial, retirement and purpose-built apartments.
See how we’ve applied our financing products innovatively to help industrial borrowers achieve their goals with performance and value.
New conventional first mortgage to place term debt on the subject property facilitate the purchase of the property
Refinancing existing loan on industrial space with office and showroom
Loan used to refinance two industrial buildings and to withdraw equity
Conventional first mortgage loan used to assist in the purchase of the industrial property
A new conventional first mortgage to recapture the amount spent on the purchase of the property and equity take-out
A first mortgage bridge loan to assist with the purchase of an industrial building
Refinancing existing mortgage loans and equity takeout to retire a private mortgage
Purchasing property to be converted into rentable storage space
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