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Hudson Realty Capital Launches FHA Platform

Hudson Realty Capital, headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, has expanded its suite of debt and financing solutions to include Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loans for commercial properties. The launch of the FHA division comes on the heels of the middle-market lender’s acquisition of Greater Southern Realty Capital in late 2020, and the hiring of a dedicated FHA team.

“With the addition of our FHA capabilities, Hudson has truly become a one-stop-shop for commercial real estate lending and investing,” said David Loo, managing partner at Hudson Realty Capital. “Our FHA team of experienced professionals will focus on creative and individually tailored financing solutions that help each of our clients reach their business objectives. 

New to the FHA team are Justin Elshire, former EVP of X-Caliber Capital; Bradley Cain, former managing director of Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital; and Mandi Hackett, former chief MAP underwriter of Bonneville Real Estate Capital.

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