Commercial Guidelines2018-07-03T16:24:22+00:00

Commercial Guidelines

PROPERTY REQUIREMENTS

  • First mortgage lien. Participations and joint ventures will be considered.
  • LTV

    • Loans up to 60% of appraised value
    • Loans from $50,000 to $3,000,000
    • All property types will be considered
  • Appraisal required on all properties by approved Paces Funding appraiser (borrower is responsible for payment)
  • Mortgagee title policy required at closing
  • Builder’s risk and/or hazard policy naming Paces Funding as additional loss payee required at closing
  • Closing attorney selected by Paces Funding

LOAN PROVISIONS

  • Up to 60% LTV
  • 12 month term
  • Interest rate minimum 15% per annum
  • Origination fee minimum 5% of loan
  • Customary closing costs and fees paid by borrower
  • Appraisal by Paces Funding approved appraiser
  • Interest due on the first of each month
  • Extension fees beyond original term may apply

BORROWER REQUIREMENTS

  • Completed borrower application
  • Historical financial operating statements and projected future pro-forma
  • No credit score requirement
  • Executed contract for purchase and detailed construction budget, if necessary, from contractor required
  • Adequate financial reserves to cover expenses of closing and continued borrowing
  • Exit strategy to retire loan

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