What is a Commercial Loan?

Commercial Loans

What is a Commercial Loan?

  • COMMERCIAL BRIDGE LOANS
    Rehabilitation, repositioning, re-tenanting of existing properties, as well as new construction.
  • TIME-SENSITIVE TRANSACTIONS
    Acquisition or refinancing transactions with short closing deadlines.
  • PROPERTIES WITH UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS
    Ground leases, higher dollar value per square foot, tenant rollover risk, structural issues.
  • SPECIAL PURPOSE PROPERTIES
    Nursing / Retirement facilities related loan requests, entertainment/recreation-related requests, business-related requests with real estate collateral.
  • SINGLE TENANT/OWNER OCCUPIED CREDIT AND NON-CREDIT
    Virtually all uses are considered. Construction, bridge, and permanent financing are available on this property type.
  • STRUCTURE CASH FLOW
    Consolidate and refinance your existing Commercial Real Estate Loans into one loan with a longer-term. This might allow you to make a single monthly payment at a lower amount.
  • HARD MONEY COMMERCIAL LOANS
    No or limited documentation of income and regardless of credit. Private Investors lend Hard Money Loans on any commercial property based on Equity only. Normally It can be done much faster than any conventional loan. Hard Money Commercial Loan can be done as BAD CREDIT COMMERCIAL LOANS which are normally done by Hard Money Lenders but many borrowers with excellent credit may often need Hard Money Loan to save time and for certain situations.
  • COMMERCIAL LAND LOANS
    May include funding all the development costs for entitlements and or complete construction projects. It can be a loan only secure by the land as it is without any string attached.
  • COMMERCIAL BUSINESS LOANS
    May also provide funds for inventory equipment and the running operation of the business.
  • WHOLESALE COMMERCIAL LOANS
  • SMALL COMMERCIAL LOANS
  • Extend the term of your equipment loans to match the useful life of the equipment, you may be able to make smaller monthly payments.
  • Lease your equipment, so you only pay for use of the equipment over the specified period of your lease term. Because you're not financing the entire cost of the equipment, your payments will be lower.
  • You may be able to sell your business assets to the lender, allowing the lender to lease them back to you at a lower monthly payment.
  • SBA LOANS
    While many commercial banks shun loans for start-up operations, it is the SBA's mission and responsibility to assist such ventures and to help increase the number of successful small businesses in the United States. The new business will generate jobs and taxes. This is especially important not only to the local community but to our country as a whole.
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