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National Apartment Building Lending Report - Winston Rowe & Associates

Wednesday, October 23, 2013 - Article by: Winstonrowe - Winston Rowe & Associates - Message

Winston Rowe & Associates, a national no upfront free commercial real estate capital source provides clients financing solutions for apartment building owners.

They deliver flexible financing programs for stabilized and distressed properties in multifamily markets throughout the United States.

Multifamily investors have been turning to Winston Rowe & Associates because of the wide variety of solutions that range from hard money bridge loans starting at 6.5% to financing for stabilized multifamily starting at 3.25%.

All of their programs have no upfront or advance fees.

Prospective clients can contact Winston Rowe & Associates at 248-246-2243 or visit them online at

Winston Rowe & Associates Apartment Building Loan Programs:



Loan Amounts:

$500,000 - $10,000,000

Term & Amortization:

Adjustable, 3, 5, 7, and 10 year hybrid loans amortized out for 30 years

Prepayment Penalty:

Typically step-down prepayment penalties during the fixed rate portion of the loan

Loan to Value Ratio:

Maximum LTV 75% depending on the quality and program

Debt Coverage Ratio:

Minimum 1.25:1 DCR

Credit Score:

Minimum middle credit score 680

Winston Rowe & Associates is committed to providing the best customer service with integrity, honesty and diligence.

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