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Investment Properties

Financing Solutions for Investment Properties

At Overhead Capital, we believe securing adequate financing should be simple and efficient. As traditional lenders raise their requirements for loans on investment properties, commercial real estate investors are facing headwinds in financing their transactions and projects. For these reasons, Overhead Capital offers a wide range of of financing solutions for investment properties, including:

  • Bridge Loans: Bridge loans are a staple resource for investment properties. Our bridge loans provide up to $100 million with hast closings and low rates to keep projects moving.
  • CMBS Conduit Loans: Our commercial mortgage-backed securities loans offer up to $50 million with higher LTV ratios and more generous terms than traditional loans.
  • Conventional Loans: Overhead Capital offers conventional loans up to $100 million for owner-occupied and stabilized investment properties.
  • Equity and Mezzanine Financing: For larger property transactions and projects, we offer up to $100 million in equity and mezzanine financing, which are ranked lower on the hierarchy of financial obligations.
  • FHA and HUD Loans: Overhead Capital provides HUD and FHA loan programs that feature integrated construction, credit enhancements, and more.
  • Construction Loans: We provide ongoing to permanent financing for large construction projects. Borrowers must provide a business plan and have an equity stake in the project.
  • International Financing: We offer financing solutions for investment properties around the world. All international investments are considered on a case-by-case basis.

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To learn more about our financing solutions for investment properties, contact the team at Overhead Capital.

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