Funding for a variety of commercial properties:
Mobile home parks
Real estate investment loansWhen it comes to financing your investment property, you have options!
- Purchase, refinance or cash-out
- Business line of credit for residential units
- Competitive rates and flexible repayment terms
The Solarity difference
- As a Washington-based lender, we understand the Pacific Northwest market
- When you need information, you don't want to wait - we respond quickly!
- Local decisions and processing keep things moving forward so you can close faster
- Competitive rates and terms let you choose the best option for your business
Repayment terms and rate structures
What's your time horizon? Choose the best terms to fit your goals, timeline and cash-flow needs. Some terms may not be available for all property types.
25- and 30-year amortization
Common questions about Commercial Real Estate loans at Solarity
We’re able to finance a wide variety of commercial properties including:
- Multi-family real estate
- Properties purchased by business entities, LLCs or corporations
- Mobile home parks
- Self-storage facilities
- Owner-occupied professional buildings
- Other commercial real estate
This is not an all-inclusive list – if you have a property you’re interested in, we’d like to hear about it and see what we can do to help.
Yes! Learn more by visiting our home loan purchase page.
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