Financing for Commercial Real Estate in Richmond, VA

Businesses and property investors alike need accessible and customized solutions for commercial real estate in Richmond, VA. Brightview Commercial Capital is based in Richmond, and we work within the local property market to help our clients get the funding they need to purchase, refinance, and build commercial real estate throughout the city. We have successfully financed commercial real estate projects and transactions throughout Richmond, including such neighborhoods as:

  • Westover Hills
  • Brookland Park
  • The Fan District
  • Carytown
  • Shockoe Slip
  • Downtown
  • Church Hill
  • VCU District

Brightview Commercial Capital offers a wide range of commercial real estate financing for transactions and projects in the Richmond area.

SBA Loans for Commercial Real Estate in Richmond, VA

SBA 7a and 504 loans from Brightview Commercial Capital can be used for a variety of commercial property types in Richmond, VA. Our SBA loan programs feature:

  • Loan amounts as high as $5 million
  • Low interest rates
  • Full amortizations
  • Fixed and variable rate options
  • No penalties for prepayment
  • Loan-to-value between 80% and 90%
  • Prequalifications within 48 hours
  • Terms up to 25 years
  • No balloon payments 

CMBS Loans for Investment Properties in Richmond, VA

Brightview Commercial Capital provides CMBS loans that feature high LTV and generous terms for revenue-generating property investments in Richmond, VA. Our CMBS loans include:

  • Loan amounts up to $50 million
  • LTV up to 80%
  • Terms up to 30 years

Bridge Loans for Commercial Properties in Richmond, VA

Bridge loans from Brightview Commercial Capital can be used for a variety of purposes in Richmond, such as:

  • Short sales
  • Refinancing
  • Cash-out
  • Acquisitions
  • Renovations
  • Construction
  • Repositioning

Our bridge loans feature:

  • Financing up to $100 million
  • Low interest rates
  • Fast closings
  • LTV up to 80%
  • Generous terms
  • Interest-only amortization

Conventional Loans for Commercial Real Estate in Richmond, VA

Brightview Commercial Capital offers conventional loans for investment properties in Richmond, VA. Our conventional loans include:

  • Financing up to $100 million
  • Up to 75% LTV
  • Terms up to 10 years
  • Amortizations up to 30 years

Equity and Mezzanine Financing for Commercial Investments in Richmond, VA

For high-net worth property investments that do not fit into traditional debt-based structures, Brightview Commercial Capital offers equity and mezzanine financing solutions. Our equity and mezzanine financing features a small debt component that falls lower on the hierarchy of financial obligations to give our clients greater flexibility. We also offer multiple payment methods, including:

  • Cash interest
  • Equity stake
  • Payable-in-Kind (PIK) interest

Financing for Construction Projects in Richmond, VA

Brightview Commercial Capital provides ongoing to permanent financing for large construction projects in Richmond, VA. Our construction loans feature:

  • Loan amounts from $2 million to $100 million
  • Terms up to 5 years
  • Fixed interest rates
  • Amortizations up to 25 years
  • No upfront fees
  • Funds available within 45 days
  • Collateral considered: Land, real estate, and equipment

HUD and FHA Loans for Properties in Richmond, VA

HUD and FHA loans from Brightview Commercial Capital offer a variety of benefits for a variety of property types in Richmond, such as:

  • Multifamily
  • Senior housing
  • Healthcare centers
  • Assisted living facilities

Our HUD and FHA loans feature:

  • Financing from $2 million to $50 million
  • Non-recourse options
  • Permanent funding
  • Credit enhancements
  • Full amortizations
  • Low permanent fixed rates
  • Fully assumable
  • Integrated construction

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If you need financing for commercial properties in the Richmond area, contact the team at Brightview Commercial Capital today.

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