Revere Capital provides a $3,900,000 bridge to construction loan

  • Loan secured by a 1st lien on land entitled for a multifamily development
  • Secondary collateral includes 2nd liens on a commercial land parcel and a single-tenant industrial building
  • Loan term is six months

Office Building

Revere Capital funded a loan totaling $4,100,000 secured by an office tower, a small undeveloped land parcel and an assignment of a multi-level parking garage lease in Pontiac, MI.

  • Loan proceeds were used to acquire the office tower, an adjoining undeveloped land parcel, and also capitalize a reserve account for future CapEx
  • Loan with time needed to negotiate new leases to stabilize occupancy
  • Loan required a quick closing to satisfy the terms of an agreement between the  City of Pontiac and the seller who obtained a judgment against the City

Single Family Residence

Revere Capital funded 50% of a $4,000,000 loan secured by a second lien in a ~11,000 sf house in Malibu, CA. The loan term is four months and will provide the sponsor, a former NBA player who played for 21 seasons and is in the Hall of Fame, with additional time to market and sell the house.

  • Loan proceeds were used to bridge to a sale
  • Term is four months
  • Loan closed in less than one week

Self Storage

Revere Capital funded a $3,185,000 loan secured by a 693-unit self-storage facility in Clarksville, TN. The loan was used by the sponsor to fund a capital expenditure reserve to be used for value-add projects at the property during Revere’s loan term.

  • Loan proceeds were primarily used to acquire the property
  • Loan term is 18 months with one extension for 6 months


Revere Capital funded a $7,800,000 loan secured by a 29,685 sf, two-story Class B multi-tenant office building in Austin, TX. The loan was used by the sponsor to acquire the property. The sponsor is a repeat customer of Revere Capital. The loan will amortize down to $6,200,000 during the loan term which will facilitate a refinancing with conventional debt financing.

  • Loan provided the sponsor with 75% loan to purchase price proceeds
  • Sponsor is a repeat customer of Revere


Revere Capital funded a $5,000,000 loan secured by a first lien on two land parcels that are slated for the development of manufactured housing communities.

  • Proceeds were used to refinance existing debt
  • Property is currently occupied by the government in response to COVID-1


  • This loan is a strategic purchase of a small apartment project in the Media Center redevelopment area of Burbank.
  • Circa 1940’s construction, with stable in-place occupancy due to the property’s irreplaceable infill location.
  • 67% loan to purchase, for a 2-year initial term, with a 1-year extension option.
  • Revere structured with “soft” additional collateral to mitigate the <1:1: initial DSCR.
  • The property is surrounded by Universal Studios, Disney, Dolby, NBC.


  • Revere Capital funded this $3.5 million loan secured by a first lien on a 41-unit multifamily property in Austin, TX
  • Proceeds were used to acquire the property and for capital improvements to the units
  • The property is over 90% occupied and is located in an up-and-coming area of Austin
  • Transaction closed in under one month



  • Secured by two office buildings in the Las Colinas submarket of Dallas.
  • One of the buildings is a multi-tenant office, currently 23% occupied. The other building is a single-tenant office that is 100% occupied.
  • Revere’s loan was used by the sponsor to refinance the current mortgage.
  • Exit is expected via a bank loan refinance upon lease-up of the multi-tenant office.
  • Loan was executed by Revere in just over two weeks.



  • Revere Capital funded a $3,220,000 loan to acquire the recently completed Hobby Lobby store in Fairfield, California
  • All tenant improvement work has been completed, but Hobby Lobby is unable to take position of the space until the shelter-in-place orders are lifted
  • The intended permanent lender had to pull back from the transaction at the last minute due to the COVID-19 situation
  • The seller was unwilling to extend the acquisition escrow, so Revere funded and closed the transaction in just nine days