Commercial real estate loans

Commercial real estate loans have many of the same places as home loans, but they are different in terms of loan ratio, interest rate, and required income.
Commercial real estate loans, like home loans, involve the same issues in real estate, including borrower credit, mortgages, loan documents, loan evaluations, loan contract signing, and loan management. However, commercial properties involve business operations, making commercial loans more complex and requiring more professional assistance.
The mortgaged property can be a factory/warehouse, a retail store, an office building, and a complete unit (including 4 units or more), or kindergarten. Once the lending institution is interested in the loan program, a formal application can be submitted.
Variable Rate and a Fixed Rate are available for Commercial loans. Variable interest rates provide greater flexibility for corporate funds, but as interest rates continue to change with market interest rates, the repayments amount is uncertain. Choosing a fixed interest rate means that the company can repay the fund in accordance with the prescribed repayment amount within a fixed period, so that the flow of funds can be better managed.

checklist for loan inquiry

Applicant’s Identification documents
The most recent tax return and business financial statements
Applicant’s individual tax return and notice of assessment for last two years

***Specific requirements will vary depending on the loan institution and the applicant