CIM has a 25+ year track record of managing credit risk throughout dynamic market cycles and leverages CIM’s broader infrastructure and expertise to source, underwrite and asset manage. In particular, CIM leverages its experience as an owner, operator and developer to inform assumptions and manage collateral in downside scenarios.

Loan Origination and Acquisition Liquid Market
Traditional CRE Lending
Higher Yielding Credit
Construction Loans
Single Asset/Single Borrower
Preferred Equity
Performing Note Acquisitions
Discounted Note Payoffs
Stretch Senior
Opportunistic Acquisitions
Bridge Loans
Rescue liquidity
Agency CMBS
Mezzanine Loans
Entity-level financing and recapitalizations
Special Situations
CLO Mezz/Equity
BSL (Broadly Syndicated Loans)
Commercial Paper

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Credit Strategy in Action

Union | Dallas, Texas

The Union | Dallas, Texas

CIM provided the mezzanine component of a bridge loan to fund the construction of The Union in Dallas. Located in the city’s Uptown submarket, The Union is a destination that includes office, retail, residential, dining and more. Our involvement helped bring this exciting connection point to the Uptown area.

We worked closely with the borrower from the closing of the loan to its construction completion. Our development team worked with the borrower’s development team to determine scheduling and was flexible when that schedule changed. CIM’s ability to work with the borrower across all facets of the project shows our commitment to the project and building a long-standing relationship with our partners.

The Union brings a vibrant complementary mix of offerings that cater to the needs of both residents and visitors.

Union | Dallas, Texas

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1As of March 31, 2020. Includes credit-oriented assets managed by CIM and OFS and their public and private funds.