Commercial Loans to Meet Your Specific Business Growth

While banks are often willing to provide commercial loans to qualified applicants, the discouraging truth is that traditional lending vehicles can be too rigid, particularly for small businesses. Regardless of the size of the loan amount or issue, as a business owner or investor, you always need money, for any number of reasons, including:

  • Acquisition
  • Lower monthly payments
  • Working capital
  • Upcoming balloon payment
  • Rehab existing property
  • Capitalize on an opportunity
  • Pay off a private lien-holder, partner or spouse
  • Update equipment to stay competitive
  • Restructure debt (judgments, IRS liens, property tax liens)
  • Bankruptcy reorganization
  • Foreclosure bailout, probate, divorce asset allocation

You may not know all the lending opportunities or available loan sources that can help you, regardless of the specific issue. We do! As a mortgage broker, we’re not limited to one lender’s products or guidelines. We’ll find the loan that fits your short- and long-term financial goals with our non-bank portfolio lenders and direct private money investors.

Nevada may not have an abundance of alternative lenders for all commercial property types, but our goal is to help you. Some property types for consideration:

  • Apartments
  • Mixed-Use
  • Office
  • Retail
  • Mobile Home Parks
  • Lt. Industrial
  • Self-storage
  • Special Use

We’ve helped many people just like you. Here are just a few examples.

Mixed-use building

Bank wouldn’t refinance the investor’s loan for a lower payment because the amount was too small for the institution.

We accomplished: Funding from a privately held bank that liked the deal.

Professional office building

Borrower had a judgment on his equipment, so banks wouldn’t do a cash-out refinance to pay it off — and the judgment was due in a month.

We accomplished: Obtaining a business second loan from an SBA lender so he could pay off the judgment in time.

Office building

Borrower needed to rehab his vacant building but had no lease pending and couldn’t obtain financing.

We accomplished: Funding from a smaller and more flexible bank.