When it comes to financing multifamily and commercial real estate, the assumption that a bank is the sole option for borrowers is far from the truth. In today’s dynamic market, while banks and credit unions play a role, there exists a multitude of alternative financing options.
Financing your growth and expansion is crucial, and the Small Business Administration (SBA) loan program offers a wide range of credit options with extended repayment terms and small down payments. Before you dive into the application process, it’s essential to understand how SBA loans work and explore your program options. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the key steps and benefits of SBA financing.
INSIGNIA Financial Services provides access to comprehensive debt placement and equity syndication for all your commercial real estate financing needs, including conventional agency financing, permanent financing, bridge loans, rate and term refinances, cash-out refinances, investment equity lines and loans, as well as acquisition and rehab loans
On March 27, 2020, the President of the United States of America enacted the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”), that increases the maximum Small Business Administration’s 7(a) loan amount to $10 million and would expand allowable uses of 7(a) loans to include payroll support (including paid sick or medical leave), employee salaries, mortgage payments, insurance premiums and any other debt obligations.
Industrial properties have been highly sought-after by investors for the past several years. Will that trend continue in 2020?
Both buyers and sellers stand to gain from seller financing. If you are a buyer, seller financing can give you the capital you need to actually make the purchase happen and make other lenders more likely to provide you with financing. If you are a seller, offering seller financing will bring you more prospects and perhaps let you charge a slightly higher price for the business.