Pacific Midwest negotiates and arranges commercial real estate loans for a variety of asset types. Our team drives outstanding results by leveraging our knowledge of diverse financial products offered by our network of more than 160 capital sources. The types of capital providers we work with include agency lenders, national banks, regional banks, bridge lenders, debt funds, life insurance companies, preferred equity, and hard money lenders.
Our company’s story began in 1985 when Pacific Midwest Mortgage first opened. The company quickly earned a reputation for providing the highest level of personalized service and top-notch execution, resulting in the company being trusted to arrange billions of dollars in loans. Recently, the company has been reformed by a team with deep experience in the real estate and financial fields and under the leadership of its original founder, Craig Metz. Continuing the original company’s culture and reputation, we are committed to providing grounded advice and access to premium financial products.
Pacific Midwest works with clients to fully evaluate their financial goals and provide targeted access to capital providers. When it comes to real estate transactions and development, there is never a one-size-fits-all solution, and our team's combination of disciplines enables creative thinking and strong advocacy while working with capital providers to structure transactions on your behalf. Our efforts ultimately create a competitive market to fill your financial needs, thus allowing us to obtain the best-priced capital for your projects.
The types of loans we can arrange include:
Advisory and Brokerage
Our team has negotiated and executed numerous real estate transactions involving virtually all real estate asset types - including warehouses, offices, apartment complexes, raw land, and residential subdivisions. That experience positions us to structure transactions in a manner that anticipates roadblocks, manage milestones and drive the close. Our goal is to facilitate a seamless transaction experience so that you can focus on other aspects of your business.