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Russian investor refinances Brooklyn apartment portfolio

Arbor Realty Trust recently funded three Freddie Mac Small Balance Loans in Brooklyn, NY.

The multifamily properties received $14.2M in refinancing, with a 10-year fixed rate through the program.

Vincent Chiodo of Arbor’s New York City office originated the loans. Staten Island-based investor Igor Zagranichny was the borrower, according to public records.

“These transactions exemplify Arbor’s commitment to meeting all of our clients’ needs no matter the environment or unique circumstances,” Chiodo said. “We were able to execute these transactions successfully despite all the changes and challenges that occurred due to COVID-19.”

480 Stratford Road in Brooklyn received $5.2M in refinancing. The 15-unit mixed-use property was built in 2013 and is conveniently located with restaurants and retail shopping nearby.

1608 Beverley Road in Brooklyn (pictured top) received $3.4M in refinance funding. Built in 2014, the six-story, 12-unit property features hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances. The complex, just blocks away from Prospect Park, is near dining and shopping areas and less than 30 minutes from Manhattan.

596 East 19th Street in Brooklyn received $5.5M in refinancing. The 20-unit property was built in 2015 and features stainless steel appliances and large living areas. It is located in the historic district of Ditmas Park, with public transportation and retail shopping minutes away.

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