We never stopped lending! Liberty SBF closes $350 million in loans in first half of 2020.

Liberty SBF Holdings LLC, a small balance commercial real estate lender, is excited to announce it has closed $350 million in loans in the first half of 2020. The company, which provides SBA and conventional loans for industrial, storage, office, and healthcare properties, is now relaunching its bridge lending platform to provide short-term financing for multifamily and commercial properties from $1-$10 million.

“Liberty SBF took a disciplined credit approach during the last cycle,” said Alexander Cohen, CEO. “When COVID-19 hit in March we avoided margin calls and poor asset performance, which sidelined other lenders, and we were able to execute for our borrowers and referral sources through the first half of the year.”

The company also announced it has promoted Varan Rakhra to lead its national loan origination efforts as Director of Sales & Business Development. Mr. Rakhra’s team of lenders is eager to consider opportunities nationwide.

“Borrowers want to capitalize on historically low rates and they want to acquire properties at discounted prices,” said Mr. Rakhra. “Liberty SBF never stopped lending so we can provide capital right now.”

Liberty SBF Commercial Property Loan Funding

Liberty Small Business Financial provides up to 90 percent loan to value (LTV) financing through the SBA 504 program. SBA rates have dropped to historic lows, recently touching 2.25% for a 25-year fixed rate. For investors seeking bridge loans, Liberty SBF provides financing up to 65% LTV. Liberty is writing loans from $1 to $10 million. Hospitality properties are not currently eligible for loans through Liberty SBF.

Liberty SBF was founded in 2011 and has closed more than $1 billion in commercial real estate loans since its inception nearly 10 years ago.

Backed by some of the nation’s leading private equity firms, Liberty SBF has an innovative platform incorporating predictive intelligence and superior technology. For more information, visit LibertySBF.com.