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At FundingEdge we understand how difficult it can be to secure a Commercial Real Estate Loan.  The process can be confusing, time consuming and complex.  It doesn't have to be that way!


We assists with many different commercial property types:

Apartments, Shopping Centers, Truck Stops, Office Buildings, Warehouses, Automobile Dealerships, Day Care Centers, C-Stores, Owner Occupied Buildings, Manufacturing Facilities, Health Care Facilities, Hotels/Motels, Car Wash, Gas Stations, Industrial Parks, Malls, Medical Buildings, Mixed Use Properties, Retail Shopping Centers, Storage buildings, Strip Centers, Industries Buildings, etc. 

To Apply we'll Require a Completed & Signed Application along with Identification such as Drivers License and Passport.  Upon receipt we typically process in 5 - 72 hours.

Application: Real Estate APP (2020 CRE App) web.pdf 


Loan Types:

Acquisition    An acquisition loan is used to acquire property using the loan proceeds.

Asset Based    Loans for any purpose where collateral is put up for security.

Debt Consolidation     A debt consolidation loan can offer a lower monthly payment by consolidating outstanding debts into one single loan. If the average interest rate on various accounts is high, a debt consolidation loan at a low interest rate can save money. Even without a change in interest rates a simple single monthly payment may be reason enough to consider this option.

Refinancing     Paying off an existing loan/debt from the proceeds of a new loan using the same collateral as security. Typically, the choice to refinance is made when interest rates or terms are better than the original loan.

SBA & USDA Loans     SBA’s Loan Program helps small businesses obtain needed credit by giving the government’s guaranty on loans made by commercial lenders. Applicants must meet SBA's definition of a small business and/or USDA guidelines.  Property is to be 51% business owner occupied.


 
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