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RRA Capital Reaches Milestone of $1B in Commercial Real Estate Loans

RRA Capital Reaches Milestone of $1B in Commercial Real Estate Loans

RRA Capital, an investment firm specializing in commercial real estate (CRE) bridge loans, announced today that it has surpassed $1 billion in CRE bridge loans originated since inception.

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RRA, founded in 2008 at the behest of bankers with real estate problems, is a national, commercial real estate lending and consulting firm specializing in short-term, structured financing, including first-position, senior mortgages, mezzanine debt and preferred equity. During its 13-year history, founders Boots Dunlap, Charlie Dunlap and Marc Grayson have grown RRA to a company of more than 20 employees with offices in both Phoenix, AZ (HQ) and New York City.

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RRA has significant experience in originating loans through good and bad economic cycles, even increasing originations during the pandemic. RRA believes that reaching this milestone is an indication that bridge lending as an investment strategy is an essential aspect of commercial real estate capital markets.

“Surpassing $1 billion means so much more than just the number of loans closed,” said Boots Dunlap, Co-Founder and CEO of RRA. “It is a measure of the depth and strength of our phenomenal repeat borrowers and the expertise and trust of our brokers. Most of all, it is the professionalism and relentless hard work of the entire RRA team. This success belongs to all of them.”

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