Commercial

COMMUNITY TITLE NETWORK’S COMMERCIAL DIVISION boasts some of the premier title professionals in the region. Our attorneys and underwriters possess superior integrity, expertise, and experience, relying on years of combined experience to handle today‚Äôs complex transactions.

Our team has significant experience in many types of commercial transactions

  • Complex multi-property transactions
  • Developer/builder acquisitions and financing
  • Industrial and mixed-use real estate development projects
  • Low-income housing tax credit projects
  • HUD/FHA financing
  • Tax-exempt bond financing
  • Workouts
  • Loan modifications
  • Foreclosures
  • Transactions involving apartment complexes, assisted living, nursing care, and national health care facilities, multi-generational housing, conventional and land condominium projects and religious organization projects.

Representative transactions our commercial team handled

$20 million HUD insured and LIHTC Affordable Senior Co-op Living Apartment — Baltimore County — multi-layered private, public and governmental financing including, a Multifamily Revenue Bond Loan, FHA (HUD) insured financing, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Baltimore County Financing and Seller Financing.

$35 million HUD insured and LIHTC Multifamily Affordable Apartment Project — Baltimore City — multi-layered private, public and governmental financing including, a Multifamily Revenue Bond Loan, FHA (HUD) insured financing and Low Income Housing Tax Credits and Seller Financing.

$18 million HUD insured and LIHTC Multifamily Affordable Apartment Project — Montgomery County — multi-layered private, public and governmental financing including, a Multifamily Revenue Bond Loan, FHA (HUD) insured financing and Low Income Housing Tax Credit, Montgomery County Financing and Seller Financing. $25 million historical building — Baltimore City involving multi-layered private, public and governmental financing and tax credits.

$15 million acquisition for a 200+ lot residential subdivision located in Howard County, Maryland .

$10 million Bond Loan and LIHTC Affordable Housing Project — Caroline County, Maryland.

$11 million Bond Loan and LIHTC Affordable Housing Project — Worcester County, Maryland.