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About Us

Liberty SBF is an experienced commercial real estate finance company. In 2012, we successfully originated $40 million in loans nationwide through our direct funding program. With a special expertise in small-balance commercial lending, we are positioned to address the needs of small businesses facing a challenging credit environment.

We provide:

SBA Experts

Our specialty in small-balance commercial lending products includes a focus on Small Business Administration (SBA) loans that enable business owners to purchase their own office and industrial buildings. A full-service finance company, we lend directly from our balance sheet as well as through loans we originate on behalf of investment partners.

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Experienced and Connected

We bring more 50 years of business lending and investment experience, along with a vast network of relationships, to Liberty SBF. Our ability to source, structure and underwrite complex transactions for our borrowers is among the most reliable and proven in the industry.

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