Trusted Commercial Financing Professionals

Dan Cassel and the Trinity Mortgage Broker team provide the one-on-one guidance you deserve when it comes to purchasing commercial property. We offer an extensive line of commercial loan options to investors, builders, business owners and other borrowers throughout San Diego, Irvine, and the surrounding Southern California areas.

Our proprietary Lending Platform Technology allows to qualify borrowers quickly while offering the most valuable loan products for their needs. Years of experience and expertise allows us to offer loan options and solutions that are rarely offered by local banks and other lenders. Our “Less Down and Less Hassle” products allow us to close loans quickly with minimal documentation, getting you the financing you need without delay.

Our extensive line of commercial loan options includes but is not limited to:

  • Private Money Loans
  • Commercial Bridge Loans
  • Fix and Flip Loans
  • Buy and Hold Loans
  • Ground Up Construction Loans
  • Single or Portfolio Rental/Investment Loans
  • Construction Lines of Credit
  • SBA 504 Loans
  • Builder Loan Solutions
  • Non-recourse Loans

Getting Started Today

In addition to our commercial loan products, we offer a number of residential loan options including self-employed real estate loans, non-QM residential mortgage loans, and more. No matter what your real estate goals are, Dan Cassell and the Trinity Mortgage Broker team will find a financing solution that meets your exact needs. To find out more about our product offerings in San Diego, Irvine, and Southern California, contact us today at 866-310-1112 or get started now!

 

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