Office Properties Real Estate Loans

Caffrey & Company offers financing for single-tenant and multi-tenant office buildings.  We will work with you to establish your priorities for financing, whether you are seeking the lowest possible rate, longest amortization or highest loan-to-value ratio.  Our experience enables us to quickly identify and overcome potential hurdles in the financing process.  We work with you and for you all the way to achieve a successful outcome.


Recent Office Transactions

Multi Tenanted Office
Shawnee Mission, Kansas
$1,300,000

 

Office building

$660,000

 

Office building

$2,900,000

 

Call Center

$9,000,000

 

 

Contact Caffrey & Company

11225 College Blvd., Suite 125
Overland Park, KS 66210
Telephone: (913) 402-7077
Mike@Caffreyloans.com

 

Current Rates (08/16/2017)

  • Apartments 4.18%
  • Mobile Home Park 4.18%
  • Anchored Retail 4.41%
  • Non-Anchored Center 4.71%
  • Single Tenant Retail 4.31%
  • Office 4.71%
  • Industrial 4.36%
  • Self-Storage 4.51%
  • Medical Office 4.26%
  • Hotel 4.61%
  • Owner Occupied 4.26%
  • Land 6.76%
  • Other 5.01%

Rates are based on a $2 million loan, 25 year amortization, 10 year fixed rate term. For apartment complexes, a 30 year amortization is available.

 

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Sample Transactions

Casa Royal Apartments
Kansas City, Missouri
$995,000

 

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