Multifamily Bridge Loans

Bull Venture Capital is the leader in small balance multifamily investment properties, offering extensive debt solutions through a vertically-integrated national lending platform.

The widest product line, even in uncertain markets

Fast Financing For a Fast-Paced Market

Bull Venture Capital prides itself on its flexible terms, which are especially important when funding multifamily investment and nontraditional mixed use properties.

  • Small Balance Multifamily Residential: 5+ Units
  • Loan Amount: $500,000 – $5,000,000
  • Loan Types: Interest only, fixed and adjustable rate mortgage options
  • Max LTC for Purchase: 80% of purchase value + 100% of rehab
  • Max LTC for Refinance: 75% of as-is value + 100% of rehab
  • Maximum Loan to Stabilized Value: 75%
  • Term Length: Up to 24 months + two 6-month extensions
  • Recourse: Loans<=$2MM: Full Recourse, Loans > $2MM: Full Recourse or Limited, Recourse with bad-boy carveouts Completion Guaranty/Reserve Replenishment Guaranty when applicable.
  • Minimum Guarantor FICO: Mid-Score of 680


The Multifamily Loan Program is perfect for small balance residential properties with more than 5 units. The minimum loan amount is $500,000. With competitive rates, it’s perfect for rehabbing a multifamily property.

For general loans, Bull Venture Capital covers up to 80% of the as-is value and 100% of the rehab costs. For refinancing, Bull Venture Capital covers 75% of the as-is value and 100% of the rehab costs. Whether you’re starting a new project or giving new life to an old one, Bull Venture Capital has your back.

It’s simple — Haus is designed to make financing your projects easy and efficient. With loan terms on Multifamily investment projects having term lengths of up to 24 months (with two 6-month extensions), Haus offers flexibility for your projects.

A bridge loan is short term financing used until permanent financing is secured. These types of loans are common in real estate transactions and typically range from 6-18 months. Bridge loans are backed by some form of collateral, usually the subject property.