Is there 30% down funding for NNN retail properties???? Thanks.....Corey

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I offer Hard Money loans only in Northern CA, including commercial loans, so before anything else, where is this retail property located? 

Best, Forest

The Guy in the White Hat

 

Hi

I just wanted to introduce myself and my company, JCunderwriting and we do loans starting at one (1) million dollars, and bridge loans. Our response time is 24 – 48 hours .If you have any questions or scenarios please call or email me. My direct line is 718-888-0489. 

Derrick Moore
dmoore@JCunderwriting.com
39-10 Main Street, Suite 206
Flushing, New York 11354
Telephone: (212)225-8400
Facsimile: (212)225-8386
http://www.jcunderwriting.com

 

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if you have 30% down we can help.

jim flynn

jamesccflynn@yahoo.com

We usually require 35% down but if the tenant is a strong enough of a tenant and other factors are strong it can lend as high as 70% LTV www.snlhardmoney.com

Hi Corey,

I represent a direct funding group. So your deal goes directly into my lender's hands from me for review. We only require 10% down. Please e-mail me privately for more information on our lending parameters. Look forward to assisting you.

Jguada2365@aol.com

Joanne

Hi Corey,

 We can go to 65% but we are also affiliated with an insurance fund that has the below program at 70%.

LTV up to70%
Loan Amounts 500k-500mm all 50 states Recourse and Non-Recourse
Terms: 5-25 yrs
Amortization: Up to 30 yrs
 

We look at the property first, and look to historical cash flow if possible. The property must debt service.  Our rates can be as low as 4% for an apartment to 4.5 to 5% on other types of properties. We lend on gas stations, with a major chain, strip centers, office building, and apartment buildings.

 

On the credit side, we will look at properties based on cash flow, if the financial information is either prepared by a CPA, or is audited.

Hi Corey,

We are a direct lender. We do our own underwriting and we make the decisions. We would like to get the opportunity to review the Triple Net Lease Project. Please e-mail me the Executive Summary and I will have the lender look at it right away for you. 

Jguada2365@aol.com

Thanks.....Joanne

Hi Corey.... Hope all is well. I am correspondent lender with South End Capital based in Boston. Depending on the loan size we work directly with a CMBS Citibank Trade Desk on these type of transactions, minimum loan amount is $3.0M no max loan amounts, Non-Recourse...Up to 75%, 5 to 10 year fixed available rates at 5.25% to 5.75%, 30 year loan, depending on property, borrower, etc. For smaller loan amounts we have other source as well but LTV's at 70% on purchases. Send me a brief summary on the deal. Looking forward to hearing from you. My contact details are below. Thx

Antoine Anderson

South End Capital

P: 510-381-1930

E:Mail: antoine@southendcapital.com

www.southendcapital.com

 

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I may be able to help you here. Please email me some more detailed information to review with my capital partner. We will also need a contact number to discuss any questions we may have.

Therin Hill, MBA

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