Commercial Real Estate Evansville IN

Commercial Real Estate in Evansville, IN. Find addresses and phone numbers of local business and services that provide access to Commercial Real Estate in Evansville, IN.

Re/Max Midwest Real Estate Group
(812) 867-3222
12252 Hwy 41 N
Evansville, IN
 
Evansville Home Staging & Re-Design
(812) 319-4376
p.o. box 6211
Evansville, IN
 
Capital Realty & Associates
(812) 422-4096
701 N Weinbach Ave Ste 610
Evansville, IN

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ERA First Advantage Realty
(812) 479-3721
8711 W State Rte 66
Newburgh, IN

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Posey County Realty
(812) 838-2121
610 E Grant St
Mt Vernon, IN

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Re/Max Superior, Realtors
(270) 844-8181
431 2nd St
Henderson, KY
 
North Park Apartments
(812) 424-1811
1125 Wellington Dr
Evansville, IN

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F C Tucker Emge Realtors
(812) 473-0123
4841 E Virginia St
Evansville, IN

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KH Appraisal Services
(812) 573-9578
5622 N Cypress St
Newburgh, IN
Office Hours
9-5

Yurts of America
(317) 377-9878
7800 Records St. STE B
Indianapolis, IN

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What to Expect when Applying for a Commercial Mortgage Loan: Banks and Private Alternatives

If you have never borrowed money for your business before, you may be in for a surprise. Whether you want to borrow working capital to expand your business or leverage equity in a commercial real estate venture, you will soon find out the commercial loan process is very different from the more common home mortgage process. Commercial loans, unlike the vast majority of residential mortgages, are not ultimately backed by a governmental entity such as Fannie Mae. Consequently, most commercial lenders are risk-averse; they charge higher interests rate than on a comparable home loan. Some lenders go a step further, scrutinizing the borrower's business as well as the commercial property that will serve as collateral for the loan. This means that the business borrower should have different expectations when applying for a loan against his commercial property than he would have for a loan secured by his or her primary residence.

Following is a list of questions the borrower should ask himself and the lender before applying for a commercial loan.

1. How am I going to meet the loan repayment terms?

Typically, bank loans require the borrower to repay his or her entire business loan much earlier than its stated due date. Banks do this by requiring most of their loans to include a balloon repayment. This means the borrower will pay interest and principal on his 30-year mortgage at the stated interest rate for the first few years (generally 3, 5 or 10 years) and then repay the entire balance in one balloon payment.

Many borrowers do not save enough in such a short time frame, so they must either re-qualify for their loan or refinance the loan at the end of the balloon term. If the business happens to have any cash-flow problems in the years immediately preceding the balloon term, the lender may require a higher interest rate, or the borrower may not qualify for a loan at all. If this happens, the borrower runs the risk of being turned down for financing altogether and the property may be in jeopardy of foreclosure.

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How long will it take to get a commercial loan?

Borrowers generally start the loan process by contacting their bank. Unfortunately, it is difficult to secure business loans from most banks. Besides, bank loans:

Contain the most stringent requirements

Impose the most loan covenants

Take the longest time to secure the loan.

Bank loans go through several phases of review. First, they will look at your historical income statements, balance sheets and statements of cash flow. Then they will review 5 years of tax returns on the borrower and all owners who will guarantee the loan.

Generally it takes several weeks before the borrower can get a verbal or written commitment letter from a bank. Even after the loan commitment, the bank's credit committee may veto the loan. The business will then have to start the process over with a new lender. If a firm has very good credit rating, a good relationship with its bank, a solid and confirmable history of earnings and profits, and is not in a hurry, a local bank will probably give them the lowest stated interest rate on the loan.

If you need to be pre-qualified quickly, you should shop for credit over the Internet or look at non-bank sources of funds first. Once you secure a commitment from a direct lender, then you may start a parallel process with your bank. Some direct non-bank lenders can give you a verbal commitment in a few days, but keep in mind that you are only searching for "commercial" loans-offers from Internet companies may often be for residential property, so you will need to screen your searches.

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