What is Structured Finance?

3-16-2017

“Structured finance” provides solutions to financing properties that don’t qualify for traditional stabilized bank or insurance company loans. These are typically complicated loans. The following are examples of loan types that can be categorized as structured finance:

  • Mezzanine Debt
  • Equity
  • Financing that Involves a Construction Component
  • High Leverage
  • Bridge Loans
  • Loans on Non-Stabilized Assets
  • The Financing of Note Purchases
  • Value Add Financing

Barry Slatt Mortgage has a long history of placing structured finance loans. In addition to our correspondent lenders, we have many long-term relationships with lenders in the structured finance space. 

by:
Richard Davidson
Commercial Mortgage Banker
rdavidson@slatt.com