INSIGNIA offers access to an expanded line of multifamily property financing options through Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and an Agency Bridge Program.
The most competitive product for flexible loans under $6M. Balloon or hybrid ARM. Eligible properties include apartments, retail, mixed-use, medical offices, commercial, light industrial, self-storage and more.
Bridge loans provide fast, flexible financing for acquisition, renovation and recapitalization scenarios for real estate projects nationwide.
Our specialty lending programs provide fast, flexible financing for unique business scenarios and real estate projects nationwide.
INSIGNIA provides DIP financing services for commercial real estate nationwide. Loans from $1M to $10M. Quick underwriting, flexible terms and certainty of execution.
We utilize our experience and deep network to provide exposure to third-party institutional private equity and hedge funds.
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