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I have a sweetheart of deal that I need funding for. I can't get into the specifics of the deal here on forum but there is $8 million in equity (based on purchase price and 2010 appraisal report) and I have two end buyers already lined up. If anyone can supply the funding, or knows someone who can, please contact me ASAP, this is a very time sensitive deal.
800.447.4125 ext. 101
I know someone, don't take this the wrong way however equity based on purchase price and an old appraisal is not true valuation...so we would need to know more...
P.S. no daisy chain here...
roger that, would you like me to call?
Jamal :Athas Capital Group is a NON-PRIME Commercial BRIDGE lender offering terms of 6,12,24,36,48 to 60 months NO NMLS REQUIRED $100k to $5M+ apartment loans,mixed use,warehouse,office buildings,fractured condos 2-200+,groups of residential or condos held in an LLC or Corporation as a blanket loan. NO UP FRONT FEES
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1. Executive summary (commercial) Submission sheet( residential)
2. 1003 application or PFS ( personal financial statement is OK on commercial)
3. Credit report
4. Pictures of property-if commercial property
5. Real Estate sales contract for purchases
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Jamal; should you still require transactional funds, I have a trusted source that can assist