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Inland Green, Inland Mortgage Partner to Streamline PACE Financing

Inland Green Capital LLC announced a new collaboration with Inland Mortgage Capital, LLC (IMC), aprivate lender specializing in intermediate-term mortgages for value-add commercial real estate and selective new construction.

Both Oak Brook, IL-based companies are members of The Inland Real Estate Group of Companies, Inc. and the relationship between the two Inland companies seeks to streamline and expand funding for commercial owners seeking Property Assessed Clean Energy (“PACE”) financing in addition to bridge financing.

“One of the most challenging hurdles we often see with commercial property owners seeking PACE funding is finding the right mortgage lender that understands the PACE financing process,” said Mark Pikus, president of Inland Green Capital. “Coming together with IMC not only helps streamline the process, it also provides a flexible structure and a number of benefits including a one-stop shop for a property owner’s financing needs and collaboration with related companies that will simplify the closing process.”


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