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The Operation of a Commercial Loan Commercial loans are applied usually by people, who are into business, and they need money basically for the following reasons, such as: money as working capital, money to expand an existing business or money as a leverage equity in a commercial real estate venture. If you’re into one of these mentioned reasons and it’s your first time to apply for a commercial loan, you should have a different expectation as to how commercial loaning works when compared to a real estate commercial loan. How the lender provides his/her loan terms is a variable operation, but some lenders will go a level higher as to require an evaluation of the applicant’s company worth, including the commercial properties owned, as these are required collateral for a bigger amount of commercial loan; however, in general, most lenders charge high interest rate in commercial loan applications than a home mortgage loan. Before meeting the loan terms, an applicant must do research on the payment schemes of the different banks, since all bank loans require the borrower to pay the commercial loan much earlier than the due date for reasons that the banks include what is termed as a balloon repayment method, which is a procedure for a borrower, who for example applies for a 30-year loan, is required to pay the principal and interest, spread out for the next few years, maybe up to 10 years, and pay the entire balance in one balloon repayment. Following this form of payment arrangement, borrowers, who find it difficult to meet up this requirement, may be compelled to take the option of applying for a re-qualification of their loan or re-financing their loan at the end of the balloon term. In any loan applications, there’s bound to make risks, but in the case of the balloon repayment terms in commercial loans, a borrower must carefully consider all possible risk factors, such as: experiencing a cash-flow problem in the years immediately preceding the balloon term, to which the lender may require a higher interest rate; the possibility of the borrower not to be granted for another loan; the borrower’s properties may be foreclosed for non-payment of the balloon repayment amount. it is also good to consider the commercial loan offers of non-bank lenders who can be less stringent with their requirements, such that some non-bank lenders can provide long-term commercial loans without a balloon repayment but at a higher interest rate than those of the banks.
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