What is the Definition of Mixed Use?

Mixed Use


Definition: A general property type or building type classification characterized by its multiple uses; a real estate development that contains two or more different uses all intended to be harmonious and complementary (e.g. a high-rise building with retail shops on the first two floors, office space on floors three through ten, apartments on the next ten floors, and a restaurant on the top floor). Typical building types available for mixed-use analysis include office, retail, industrial, multifamily and healthcare. Hotel and self-storage properties are analyzed as single-purpose properties.

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Construction Commercial Loans

Commercial Loan Direct offers conventional construction loans for commercial real estate properties, SBA-504 companion mortgages for transactions that are approved via the Small Business Administration, and FHA loans for apartment complexes construction. Property types eligible for construction financing are as follows: industrial, medical, mixed use, multifamily, office, retail, as well as self-storage.

CMBS Commercial Loans

We provide CMBS mortgages at low rates for multifamily, hospitality, medical, mixed use, office, retail, and self storage properties.

Mixed Use Commercial Loans | Mixed Use Property Financing | Commercial Loan Direct

Mixed use commercial mortgages and loans by Commercial Loan Direct. Our Company strives to offer the lowest commercial mortgage rates in the marketplace. Mortgage lender offering mixed use property financing

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