Anthony A. Tapie (Alan), CCIM
Senior Vice President | Office Manager | Production

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Mr. Tapie, a senior vice president with Grandbridge Real Estate Capital based in the company’s Atlanta production office, is responsible for multiple roles in loan originations, including new client cultivation and maintaining existing client relationships. Specifically, Mr. Tapie has conducted production efforts for the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency loan products, various CMBS (conduit) loan products and is highly trained in originations for Grandbridge’s proprietary lending platform. In addition to focusing on loan production, he has also extensive experience in the company with regard to transaction sizing, underwriting, and closing procedures.

Mr. Tapie has provided financing across the United States for numerous product types such as office buildings, single- and multi-tenant retail buildings, multifamily developments, industrial facilities, raw land, and self-storage properties utilizing a variety of loan structures including interim/bridge, permanent, mezzanine, supplemental fundings and earn-outs.

Additionally, Mr. Tapie has structured numerous high leverage acquisition/rehab loans for clients wishing to reposition underperforming assets. Prior to joining the company in 2001, Mr. Tapie’s commercial real estate career began with the asset management team at GE Capital Real Estate. There his primary role consisted of managing hospitality and multifamily assets serviced by GE Capital. Additionally, he participated in various balance sheet sell-offs, including a multi-million dollar sale of an office tower located in downtown Atlanta.

Mr. Tapie earned his Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from the University of Georgia. He is a licensed real estate salesperson for the state of Georgia, a member of the Association of Young Real Estate Professionals, a member of the Urban Land Institute, and is a CCIM designee.

Mr. Tapie may be reached 404.602.1383 or atapie@grandbridge.com.


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