Fixed-rate Mortgages


We offer fixed rate mortgages for purchasing and refinancing investment properties. You can close from self amortizing option, 10, 15 or 30 year fixed. Lower rate terms, include, 5, 7 or 10 year fixed rates amortized over 20, 25, or 30 years. Our competitive low fixed rate mortgages is all about the peace of mind and help you maximize on your profits.


Interest Only:
This product helps borrowers recoup their investments, by keeping the monthly payment low for the first few years. Interest only is good for construction or short term financing, letting you work with as much equity as possible.

Adjustable Rate Mortgages


Our adjustable rate mortgages can provide attractive interest rates, but your payment is not fixed. Landmark Adjustable-rate mortgages are a good choice if you prefer an initial monthly payment lower than a fixed-rate mortgage usually offers or if you think interest rates may go down in the future.

Fannie Mae ARM Requirements:

  • Fannie Mae does not set a minimum remaining term requirement.
  • Each ARM plan must offer lifetime and per-adjustment interest rate change limitations.
  • Lifetime interest rate change limitations apply to interest rate increases only
  • Per-adjustment interest rate change limitations apply to interest rate increases and decreases.

Floating Rates


We Also offer Floating Rate loans. During periods of rising short-term interest rates, floating-rate loans historically have been an effective hedge for fixed-income investors. During the past three rising-rate cycles, floating rate loans have outperformed 10-year Treasuries by an average of more than 5% per year.

Interest Only:
This product helps borrowers recoup their investments, by keeping the monthly payment low for the first few years. Interest only is good for construction or short term financing, letting you work with as much equity as possible.

What are Floating Rates bank loan? Floating-rate bank loans offer interest payments that are set at a certain margin above prevailing short-term rates, typically the London Interbank Offered Rate, or LIBOR. As that benchmark interest rate moves, the loans “float” along with it; the coupon moves up or down as the market changes. As a result, floating-rate loans historically have performed well during periods of rising interest rates. Of course, as interest rates fall, the interest income offered by floating-rate bank loans tends to decrease as well.

Mezzanine Financing


If you’re a developer and are looking for an alternative to using a bank or traditional investor for your next project, you’ve come to the right place. We offer fast and flexible mezzanine loans.


Traditional lenders typically cap the amount of funding for a project at 65–70%, leaving a sizable portion of required equity. Fortunately, there are instruments such as mezzanine financing that combines features from both general methods. This is one of the many funding services that we can offer you to ensure there are no gaps in your capital requirements. Our flexible funding can reduce the overall amount of equity required while lowering a project’s average cost of capital.

Bridge Loans


‘The Hard-Money Solution for Short-Term Needs’

Bridge loans are used as a temporary source of capital until a more traditional source can be secured. Once your property has been purchased, it may take time to improve the property, find tenants, or sell the property. Our bridge loans can provide you with the funds to purchase, build, or fix and flip your property.  We structure commercial bridge loans to meet permanent financing and is available to most clients buying commercial properties.  We do the heavy lifting for you, so you can concentrate on doing what you do best.