Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities

Dedicated to providing owners of income-producing real estate with long-term, fixed rate, non-recourse, debt capital. Shoreline Commercial Funding specializes in arranging permanent loans of $2 million and up, structured for sale into the secondary market.


CMBS-structured loans are the most efficient source of debt capital available to owners of all types of income-producing property. By offering long-term fixed interest rates, clients are able to match predictable, fixed debt service payments over the long term with the stable, long-term nature of investment property cash flows. CMBS loans are by definition non-recourse; there is no personal guaranty of the debt by the sponsor, with certain limited carveouts. We are industry experts in structuring CMBS loans for Office, Retail, Industrial, Multifamily, Self- Storage, Mobile Home Communities and Hospitality properties.

Why Shoreline? Certainty of Execution

Since Shoreline Commercial Funding was founded, we have a 100% success rate in closing loans once a client has executed an Application and paid a deposit.

The Shoreline team is composed of industry veterans with a track record of billions of dollars of real estate loan originations over careers spanning many market cycles. We bring the experience gained from structuring, negotiating and closing thousands of loans to each new opportunity to serve.

We believe that there is no better way to develop client loyalty than by providing “best-of-class” service. We do this by thoroughly researching a client’s financial objectives, advising on the most advantageous financing possible, bringing multiple, competing lenders to the table, and aggressively moving a loan through application, due diligence and closing. Our team will turn what can be a daunting process into a smooth and uneventful transaction, providing solutions to potential problems before a lender is even aware of their existence.

Please give us a call at (707) 953-7475 if you would like to hear more about our loan structures or have a transaction to discuss.

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