Commercial Mortgage

Buying commercial real estate is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make as an entrepreneur for your business and or a real estate investor. Ownership of your place of business not only gives you greater freedom to shape and control your business operations but lets you build equity as well. However, without proper planning, advice, and preparation, buying a commercial property also comes with major risks that can wreak havoc on your business if left unchecked.

Purchasing commercial real estate will often make sense if some of the following statements are true:

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Location is important, if you found a location that helps you grow sales through foot traffic and ease of transportation, reduce costs through proximity to key suppliers or attract and retain employees, you may want to purchase it.

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You want to build your personal wealth, commercial real estate has been a great investment for many entrepreneurs in recent years. Ownership can build wealth and equity apart from the profits of your operating company.

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You want to be free of landlord woes, if running every aspect of your business without potential limitations, restrictions and rent increases is important, then buying might be right for you.

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You need to free up working capital, A well-financed property purchase can free up working capital by reducing your monthly outlay for rent. The difference can be used to build and expand your business.

Why Us?

Whether you’re moving into, renovating, leasing, buying and or refinancing commercial real estate, it’s helpful to understand the variety of financing options that may be available to you. A Mortgage Broker can ballpark how much financing you can get to buy a property and how much you could borrow for related expenses. Knowing this will save you time when shopping for your property. We make sure to guide you through this path based on our experience and knowledge in finance, which spans over 10+ years. Contact us at any time for a free consultation with no obligations.
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Our Expertise

Our expertise includes but not limited to the followings:

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Mixed-use: if a commercial property serves multiple uses or purposes within a single building, it may be classified as mixed-use. Any combination of dwelling, offices, retail, medical, commercial, or industrial components may be included in mixed-use properties.

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Offices: commonly referred to as an office block or business center, is a type of commercial building that has rooms primarily intended to be used as offices.

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Warehouses: a space used by a manufacturing or storage business to store items and/or equipment.- Warehouses: a space used by a manufacturing or storage business to store items and/or equipment.

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Shopping Mall Retails: any retail space featuring commercial zoning and uses within a mall.

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Vacant Land: land that is not being used or developed and does not have any permanent structures (buildings) on it.

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Retail Stores (complex or free-standing): any sized business property (Commercial), whether it be a plaza or a standalone building.