Maple Bridge Funding


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Phone 1: 203-831-0601

Phone 2: 561-235-7140

Address 1: 55 North Water Street Suite 3, South Norwalk, CT 06854

Address 2: 301 Yamato Road Suite 1240, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Website: http://maplebridgefunding.com

Email 1: toshea@maplebridgefunding.com

Email 2: dhaft@maplebridgefunding.com

States They Lend In: all 50

 

About Us

 

Maple Bridge Funding directly originates short and intermediate term
commercial real estate loans for the purpose of acquisitions, refinances, capital improvements, and
opportunistic situations throughout the United States and Canada.

Maple Bridge Funding works closely with brokers and borrowers to
create flexible loan solutions that can be approved and closed in as little as 10-30 days.

Maple Bridge Funding has substantial capital to fund loans through its investment partners
which include insurance companies, hedge funds, private equity funds, and family offices.

Maple Bridge Funding has an experienced and professional team that understands all aspects of
the real estate industry with offices in both Connecticut and Florida.

 

Lending Terms & Guidelines

 

Maple Bridge Funding designs creative financing solutions that can be closed within 10-30 days. Maple Bridge Funding will make every effort to respond to your loan request within 48 hours of receipt.

Loan Types: First mortgage or deed of trust
Loan Amounts: Up to $25,000,000
Loan to Value: Up to 65% of appraised value
Loan Maturities: 6 to 60 months; extensions available
Amortization: Generally interest only for maturities less than 24 months
Loan Purposes: Purchase, refinances (rate/term & cash-out), recapitalizations, capital improvements and other opportunistic situations.
Property Types: Non-owner occupied residential, industrial, multi-family, mixed-use, warehouse, office, retail, hotel, motel, churches, and gas stations. We do not lend against raw land.
Locations: United States and Canada
Origination Fee: 1-5%
Interest Rate: 12-14%
Deposit Amount: Enough for appraisal, title, and legal. If the loan doesn’t close, any unused deposit amount will be returned.

Comments

  1. how about a loan amount of $40,000? There’s a 2 bedroom condo that I’m interested in Texas to buy and rent out. I can put down 20%. Like a 2 year loan would work out.

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