Lending Solutions Tailored to Your Needs
Opus Bank provides a wide range of options to support your apartment, commercial real estate, or bridge loan financing requirements. We offer competitively priced programs on loan amounts up to $10 million1. Our veteran Income Property Bankers can tailor financing to meet your investment needs. We ease the application process with our streamlined approach. Our goal is to deliver funding in 45 days or fewer.
If you are looking to invest in an apartment property of 5 units or more, or mobile home parks, Opus Bank can help you secure the financing you need. For multifamily units of 4 or fewer see Home Loans.
Commercial Real Estate Loans
Believe in a bank that is committed to your business - Check out the recent capital fundings completed in your area by the Income Property Bankers at Opus Bank.
Opus Bank has a wide range of financing options for your commercial real estate investment. If you are looking to finance an industrial, office retail, self-storage, or medical office building, our Commercial Real Estate Financing offers:
- Loan terms of up to 10 years
- Adjustable Rate programs
- Hybrid programs (mixture of a fixed-rate loan and ARM)
Committed to Building Strong, Long-Term Relationships
Did You Know - The number of renters will rise dramatically over the next decade. Opus Bank is financing these properties and supporting our communities with affordable and attractive multifamily housing at all income levels.
Being a well-capitalized2 bank and among the fastest growing3 banks in the Western region, we are committed to the economic vibrancy of every community where Opus Bank operates. We are business people first, lenders second, and the consultants you need to get things done.
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1 Loans greater than $10 million will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
2 Opus Bank has a 11.08% Tier 1 Leverage Capital Ratio as of 9/30/2013.
3 Based on percentage growth in total assets over the 30-month period ended 6/30/2013. Data source FDIC.gov. Western region includes Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington.