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Louisiana Multifamily Loans

Private Multifamily Lender in Louisiana

Multifamily loans can help take your real estate investing needs to the next level. Whether you are financing townhomes, condos or student housing or looking to refinance a multifamily portfolio of real estate assets, CoreVest can help. CoreVest has experience working with multifamily real estate investors throughout the state of Louisiana.

As Louisiana’s multifamily real estate market continues to explode, more and more investors are capitalizing on low entry real estate purchases. Obtaining capital from a traditional bank will only get you so far. As a private multifamily lender, CoreVest can open up your opportunity to invest in more Louisiana multifamily properties.

CoreVest Finance is the leading private lender for multifamily loans in Louisiana with a total of over $6 billion in loans closed in company history.

CoreVest actively lends multifamily loans for rental properties throughout LA – Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Shreveport and all other major cities in Louisiana.

Multifamily Loans Custom Built for Louisiana Investors

Whether you buy and hold or fix and flip in Louisiana, CoreVest has the capital for your investment needs

Bridge

$2M - $50M


12 to 24 month terms


No call protection /
lockout


Up to 85% of cost


Interest only amortization


No initial DSCR
requirement


Non-recourse


Multifamily, condos, student housing, mixed use w/ majority residential, others assets case by case

Construction

$5M - $25M


12 to 24 month terms


No call protection /
lockout


Up to 85% of cost


Interest only amortization


No initial DSCR
requirement


Non-recourse


Multifamily, condos, student housing, mixed use w/ majority residential, others assets case by case

Permanent

$1M - $100M


5 or 10 year terms


Call protection / lockout depends on loan term


Up to 75% of value


IO and amortization options


1.20x DSCR requirement on 30-year amortization


Non-recourse


Multifamily, condos, student housing, mixed use w/ majority residential, others assets case by case

Questions About The Louisiana Market?


Joakim Mortensen
Louisiana Chief Client Officer
E: joakim@cvest.com
P: (773) 839-5323

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CoreVest is the leading private lender to Louisiana residential real estate investors.
The Best Multifamily Investment Markets in Louisiana

Since the recession, Louisiana has been slowly rebounding to a thriving economy. With a high foreclosure rate comes large inventory for investment properties. Each of these cities below show positive signs of population growth, which will bring in new homebuyers and renters.

There are so many great opportunities for multifamily projects in Louisiana at the moment. CoreVest Finance can help you finance your next multifamily loan.

Some of the best place to invest in Louisiana multifamily properties are in the cities of Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Shreveport and all other major cities in Louisiana.

 

Why Partner with CoreVest to Fund Your Next Multifamily Loan?

Experienced – we know your business.

We have partnered with thousands of borrowers to finance residential investment properties across the nation.

Efficient – we get the deal done.

Our streamlined closing process and dedicated support allows you to focus on your business, not our paperwork.

Efficient – we get the deal done.

Our streamlined closing process and dedicated support allows you to focus on your business, not our paperwork.

"It’s an honor and a privilege to help real estate investors in Louisiana fund their next deal. I have experience working in the Louisiana market for many years and can help answer any questions you might have about the local real estate market.”

– Joakim Mortensen, Louisiana Chief Client Officer, CoreVest

For more information on Louisiana multifamily loans, please call Joakim Mortensen at 773.839.5323, fill out the form below or email joakim@cvest.com.

Together We Grow

CoreVest continues to grow with our borrowers and remain active participants in the industry

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