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Progress Capital Arranges $9.4M Loan for Acquisition of CRE Portfolio in
Southern Markets

Caillin Boles of Progress Capital secured $9,400,000 in acquisition financing for a New York-based investment firm to purchase a real estate portfolio consisting of (4) commercial properties positioned in several fast-growing Southern states including North Carolina, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Florida.

By working closely with all parties involved, Caillin accomplished a smooth and efficient closing

Loan terms include:

  • $9,400,000 Loan Amount
  • 3.40% Fixed for 10-Years
  • 25-Year Amortization
  • Non-Recourse

Each and every market comes with its own unique risks and challenges. While the south is more highly
impacted by tornadoes and hurricanes each year, the north almost always has the guarantee of snow
and cold-weather issues that the south typically does not.

If we look at the South versus northern and western real estate markets, there’s one detail that stands
out and that is, the South gives investors more bang for their buck. Multiple factors contribute to the
relative affordability of southern properties including reduced cost of living, lower sale prices for land,
more affordable construction labor, materials, and so on.

Progress Capital was established in 1990 and has closed over $40 Billion in commercial loans and $150
Million in directly funded bridge loans. As a commercial real estate mortgage advisory firm, we can
advise you on any real estate investment you are considering and provide the financing advice you need
to manage through the commercial real estate acquisition and/or financing process.

Real estate can be one of the best investments for generating consistent income. If you’re considering
investing in commercial real estate, contact our office at 212-400-7151 or visit us at

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