Hunt Provides $28.3M Loan for Refinancing of Houston Affordable Housing Community

by Taylor Williams

HOUSTON — Hunt Real Estate Capital has provided a $28.3 million Freddie Mac loan for the refinancing of Heights at Post Oak, a 940-unit affordable housing community in Houston. Built in 1972 on 39.4 acres, the property offers units that are all available to residents earning less than 60 percent of the area median income. The loan carries a sever-year term, floating interest rate and three years of interest-only payments. The borrower, Iliad Realty Group, will implement a value-add program over the next year, which will deliver upgrades to the interiors of vacant units, as well as new amenities such as a leasing office and fitness center. Sal Torre of Estreich & Co. arranged the funds with Hunt.

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