A commercial mortgage is similar to a regular residential loan except that the loan is applied to a purchase of commercial property. Commercial property generally includes retail shops or offices, warehouses and factory units.
Commercial mortgages are handled the same way as regular residential mortgages in that lenders want to ensure that their money will be making them more money. They will want to certify that the property being targeted is worth their investment and that the borrower’s credentials are trustworthy.
If you are looking to acquire a commercial mortgage the first thing to do is put together a package detailing the potential of the property your want to buy. If possible you should do a little market research that demonstrates the property’s main selling points such as: if it is in a high traffic area, if it is easily accessible, etc… any feature that will make it more attractive in the eyes of a lender, whose main goal is to know that he or she will not lose money on this deal.
Finding the right lender is the next step and that is where we come in. We do more than just find the right lender for their clients; we also offer support, information and advice. Commercial property can be a great investment if well located and properly managed.
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