Condo/strata projects, apartment buildings and townhome complexes.
Retail properties ranging from large regional power centres to a small convenience centres.
Heavy industrial and manufacturing plants, light industrial warehouses, distribution centres, data centres, cold storage and others.
Downtown and suburban offices as well as building classes ranging from A to C.
Hotels, motels and resorts. Classes are differentiated based on brand value, ranging from national brands to unflagged properties.
Varying levels of care ranging from independent living to highly supported memory care.
Ranging from projects that entail land servicing and subdivision to sites for future development.
Self Storage, Mobile Home Parks and others.
For existing properties being purchased or refinanced.
For shorter term loans on properties with below market income and/or with significant renovation required.
For construction of a property in any of the asset classes above.
Financing for apartment and mixed-use buildings.
Loans where the owner of the building occupies all or part of the building.
Specialty financing for affordable housing projects.
Passion: We love commercial real estate financing and truly enjoy what we do.
Integrity: We believe in doing things the right way – always.
Results: We are in the business of delivering phenomenal outcomes for our clients.
Michael honed his skills working for a multi-national commercial mortgage lender in Vancouver, where he underwrote over $900 million of construction and bridge loans in the B.C., Alberta, and Ontario markets across all commercial real estate asset classes. He is also a fully qualified CPA, having articled with PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Jeremy has 30 years experience with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), including 25 years experience with Mortgage Loan Insurance. Prior to joining CMHC, Jeremy worked for financial institutions in Canada and England. Jeremy is excited to bring his experience to GreenBirch Capital
*experience at national commercial mortgage brokerage and at CMHC’s multifamily division