Many Chicago portfolio lenders just aren’t interested in lending to part-time investors with buildings valued at less than $3MM.
Here at Liberty, that’s our sweet spot.
We’re focused on helping our neighbors invest in their communities and build strong, thriving neighborhoods, one building at a time.
Whether you’re shopping for a two- or three-flat multi-family property or something even bigger – a commercial building – in the Chicagoland area, we have local mortgage lenders who are experts at making the financing process as easy and streamlined as possible for you.
Because we’re a smaller institution, we have less red tape to plow through, and we can reach decisions more quickly than other lenders. It’s a benefit that reduces your stress and the tense wait normally associated with getting commercial loans.
We’re more than money lenders.
You can look to Liberty as your neighborhood partner and rely on us to understand your financial goals.
Our mortgage department staff is here and equipped with the tools, knowledge, and advice to help you achieve your long- and short-term goals.
They take an analytic approach to see your big picture and determine how a given investment could help you build wealth, whether you’re buying your first investment property or your fifth.
They also can work with you to crunch the numbers – looking at things like debt ratios, cash flow, and cap rates of buildings – to assess how a new investment would fit with your existing portfolio.
Contact us today to start the process. You can expect:
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Louis Polychronos (NMLS #1340002), Vice President of Lending, joined Liberty Bank for Savings in 2010.
He focuses on loans for multi-family and mixed-use properties and also works on commercial and residential mortgages.
As an active real estate investor himself, he understands the challenges customers face and is committed to building client relationships and offering personalized service.
He’s an active member of several professional and community groups, including Edgewater Uptown Builders Association, the Greater Austin Development Association, and the Real Estate Investment Association.