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Alabama Multifamily Loans

 

StackSource is the easiest way to find the best commercial lenders for your next multifamily (5+ unit) deal in Alabama. Our tech platform guides you through entering information about your deal, then automatically connects you with top national and Alabama-regional multifamily commercial mortgage lenders. The platform is great for small-balance commercial mortgage loans ($500k - $6 Million), and also mid-market loans up to $50 Million.

One Loan Request - Multiple Competitive Loan Offers

1. Submit One Loan Request

 Easy Multifamily Loan Application

2. Multiple Lenders Review

 Review matched multifamily lenders

3. Get Loan Offers

get offers
 

Diversify Your Loan Search

 Bank Loans

Alabama Banks & Credit Unions

 Private Equity Loans

Private Lenders

 Government Sponsored Loans GSL

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, & HUD

 CMBS Loans

CMBS

 Insurance Companies

Life Insurance Companies

 Debt Funds

Debt Funds

 

Submit One Loan Request - Get the Best Terms


Why use StackSource?

Diversify your multifamily lender search

Create one online loan request and get your deal in front of multiple top lenders.

Find the Best Terms at the Best Rate

Lenders compete for your deal and we get you the best terms.

The Right Lenders for Your Deal

StackSource matches you to lenders particularly focused on commercial properties in Alabama.

Our Technology Works for You 

Compare loan offers side by side in our online dashboard. Analyzing and negotiating your debt financing has never been easier.

 

Competitive Rates

View Loan Offers for Free

Available in Alabama

 

Create Your Loan Request


Learn More About StackSource Multifamily Loans

Checklist: What you’ll need to get a commercial real estate loan offer

What is the right time to seek out financing for a commercial real estate project? Here we’ll cover the items you need to have ready in order to line up financing quotes from lenders.

Beginner’s Guide to HUD Multi-family loans

HUD loans provide extremely favorable terms. Refinancing a stabilized asset would fall under HUD’s 223(f) program, which provides a 35-year term and amortization, non-recourse loan at up to 80% loan to value, at a fixed all-in rate as low as 3.75% (as of Q1 2017).

Starter Guide to GSE Multi-family Finance

GSE stands for “Government Sponsored Entity”, and in this beginner’s guide we’re going to cover the two most important players, who you’ve sure to have heard of: Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac.