Commercial Real Estate Loans

If you are a business owner or investor in need of capital for your business and want to use a trusted no pressure adviser to secure financing, then contact Sierra Commercial Capital today.

Bridge Loans (Hard Money)

Bridge Loans are typically secured by real property and are often a few months to only a few years in length. Typical to a bridge loan, a hard money loan provides funding to assist in a temporary financial situation or while your business is waiting for long-term financing to be approved. Hard money loans can be acquired even if the real property owned is in a distressed financial situation.
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Fannie Mae Multi Family

We offer a MultiFamily platform to provide a source of capital for the acquisition or refinancing of multifamily properties, including, 5+ unit apartment buildings and condominiums, Seniors Housing, Student Housing, Cooperatives, Affordable Housing and Manufactured Housing.

USDA B&I

The USDA B&I Loan Program gives companies in rural areas the opportunity to receive a loan with favorable rates and terms, that might not otherwise be available. B&I financing can be used for commercial real estate or business acquisition, construction, conversion, repair, modernization, refinance, equipment and working capital.
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Commercial Morgage

Commercial mortgage loans are similar to traditional mortgage loans; but instead of borrowing money to buy residential property, you secure any land or property for commercial purposes.

SBA 7a Loans

The 7(a) Loan Program is the best option when real estate is part of a business purchase. The maximum loan amount for a 7(a) loan is $5 million. Key eligibility factors are based on what the business does to receive its income, its credit history, and where the business operates.

SBA 504 Loans

The SBA 504 loan is a 10-percent down, fixed-rate, long-term loan designed to expand capital access - filling a market gap in long-term financing for America's small businesses.
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