0%

Commerical Property

5
May

How Much Do I Need to Deposit for a Commercial Mortgage?

A commercial mortgage can help you quickly acquire or develop an income-generating commercial property. However, you may need to meet certain requirements to get this type of financing, including a deposit amount. Here is a look at how much deposit you will need and the benefits of paying a higher deposit. Is a Commercial Mortgage Deposit Required? Yes, usually, an

Read more

22
Feb

Major Advantages and Disadvantages of Commercial Business Loans

With limited options to raise adequate funds, many small businesses struggle to stay afloat. For instance, research reveals that more than 25% of small businesses cannot grow and expand because of financial constraints. This is where commercial business loans come into play. Business owners can use these loans to finance various business operations, including opening new locations, hiring new employees,

Read more

8
Feb

Debunking Popular Myths Related to Commercial Lending

Very few investors have the upfront capital needed to execute commercial real estate deals. Financing is, therefore, an essential component of commercial real estate investing. Unfortunately, many potential borrowers are wary of commercial lending, thus missing out on opportunities. This apprehension is largely due to the common myths about commercial loans. When approached correctly, business loans can be precisely what

Read more

14
Sep

3 Reasons Why You Should Invest in Commercial Property

About 90% of American millionaires made their fortunes in the real estate industry. This is partly because commercial property investments tend to become more valuable over time, create positive leverage situations, and offer a predictable cash flow. For instance, on average, the value of commercial properties in the U.S. increases by 2% to 3% annually. It is worth noting that

Read more

25
Aug

Why ‘Now’ Is the Right Time to Refinance Your Commercial Loan

One of the basic functions of the U.S. Federal Reserve is to stabilize the economy. To achieve this, it raises and lowers the federal funds rate in correspondence with the inflation levels. For instance, the COVID-19 recession led to a significant decrease in the inflation levels in the U.S. More specifically, the massive job losses, business closures, and a surge

Read more

21
Jul

What Lenders Look for While Providing Commercial Real Estate Loans

According to the Corporate Finance Institute (CFI), a commercial real estate loan is a mortgage offered to businesspeople to purchase or renovate a commercial property. However, it is worth noting that not every business person or business is eligible for this type of loan. To separate eligible borrowers from ineligible borrowers, lenders typically perform a credit analysis on borrowers. Therefore,

Read more

14
Jul

Real Estate Financing Options to Offer Your Clients

As a mortgage broker, your success depends on helping your clients accomplish their goals in the most cost-effective way possible. You can grow your brokerage’s bottom line by linking more clients to feasible commercial lending options. Here’s a look at how commercial real estate financing works to effectively help your clients achieve their objectives in the property market. Types of

Read more

15
Jun

How Lenders Review Applications for Commercial Real Estate Loans

According to Walden University, many small businesses in the U.S. struggle to stay afloat due to cash flow challenges. Thankfully, mainstream lenders, including banks and credit unions, have a wide range of loan products aimed at such businesses. For instance, commercial real estate loans enable small business owners to purchase business properties. However, to qualify for such loans, borrowers typically

Read more

13
May

How the Current Economic Situation Has Impacted Commercial Real Estate Investors

How the Economy Affects Real Estate? The overall economic conditions impact real estate prices. Economic conditions are measured by evaluating economic indicators, including, among others, employment data, GDP, manufacturing activity, and inflation. In general, if the economy is slow, real estate follows a similar trend. Some of the economic factors that affect real estate prices include:  Interest Rates – Shifts

Read more

Contact Us Tap To Call