Worth Avenue Capital LLC closed a $1,100,000 construction loan
in Greenwich, Connecticut at year end 2021

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Worth Avenue Capital, LLC

Providing Commercial Real Estate & Small Business Loans Since 2008

WAC specializes in providing funding solutions alternative financing and advisory services for both small businesses and real estate developers who are having difficulty obtaining conventional bank business financing as well as negotiating bank workouts in a distressed situation on our client’s outstanding bank loans.

Worth Avenue Capital, LLC specializes in providing acquisition financing for a wide variety of real estate transactions.

Worth Avenue Capital, LLC has a long and successful history of lending to borrowers pledging collateral in the form of a second mortgage.

Michael Ciaburri of Worth Avenue Capital, LLC spent 30 years in community banking helping businesses navigate periods of distress.

Every day, Worth Avenue Capital, LLC provides bridge financing to clients requiring short-term funding as part of a larger financial strategy.

Small Balance Loans

Small balance loans are often rejected by conventional lenders as they are unable to offset the substantial fixed costs of underwriting and regulatory compliance. Since Worth Avenue Capital, LLC provides private loans, it can underwrite and approve most loan requests in days, not months, resulting in an ability to provide small balance loans to borrowers.

Whether your capital need is $50,000 or $5,000,000, Worth Avenue Capital’s flexibility and nimbleness allows us to operate in the small balance loan space.

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