TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Sept. 7, 2017) - Terra Firma Capital Corporation (TSX VENTURE:TII) ("Terra Firma" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the closing of a $CDN 4.9 million first mortgage loan (the "Loan") secured by development land located in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Loan closed and was fully funded on September 5, 2017 through a combination of cash from the Company's balance sheet and syndicate investors. The deployment of this capital is expected to positively impact the earnings of the Company beginning in the three-month period ending September 30, 2017.
"I am pleased with the quality of opportunities we have in our growing pipeline as well as the improving trend in the pace at which we are converting them into transactions," noted Glenn Watchorn, President and CEO of Terra Firma Capital Corporation. "With a robust pipeline, and more than CDN $15 million worth of first mortgage closings in the Atlanta area during the past two weeks, and a number of other transactions in process, we are well positioned to demonstrate our earnings power in the back half of 2017 and going into 2018."
About Terra Firma
Terra Firma is a full service, publicly traded real estate finance company that provides real estate financings secured by investment properties and real estate developments throughout Canada and the United States. The Company focuses on arranging and providing financing with flexible terms to real estate developers and owners who require shorter-term loans to bridge a transitional period of one to five years where they require capital at various stages of development or redevelopment of a property. These loans are typically repaid with lower cost, longer-term debt obtained from other Canadian financial institutions once the applicable transitional period is over or the redevelopment is complete, or from proceeds generated from the sale of the real estate assets. Terra Firma offers a full spectrum of real estate financing under the guidance of strict corporate governance, clarity and transparency. For further information please visit Terra Firma's website at www.tfcc.ca.
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