Ground Up Construction Loan

Building that was purchased for cash then knocked down
Once the building was knocked down we were left with a vacant lot.
Architectural Drawing Picture of a mixed use building in Nutley NJ that was funded with a Bank Loan.
Building was built with a long term loan with a very low rate in the 4%’s 30 am. Most clients prefer to start off with a short term loan instead of a bank loan which takes longer to acquire.
Commercial Mortgage Unlimited will assist you explain how to structure all the steps of your renovation project or ground up project. This mixed use building was completed on time and is now fully rented with commercial units on the ground floor.

Looking for funding for ground up construction?

TRANSITIONAL BRIDGE LOAN:
Properties must have in-place cash flow and minimal capex requirements
REHAB BRIDGE LOAN:
Properties requiring light or heavy renovation, partial or non-cash flowing
Vacant properties requiring heavy rehab eligible for strong sponsors
Non-interest bearing future funding facilities available

Above is the  a past deal I funded in Nutley NJ for 1 Million. 

What stage of construction are you currently at? Do you have stamped permits? Do you own the land outright?

We offer funding for all stages!

  1. Land Loan
  2. Soft Costs
  3. Hard Costs
  4. Refinance into a conventional loan

Most clients start off with short term funding in order to pay for the land, soft costs or first stages of construction. We offer a big variety of

programs depending on how the client wants us to structure his loan.

Please email me a short summary of you project?

Client

Name

Phone

Email

LLC or Corp Name?

One or owner or partners?

Ownership %

Address or parcel number?

Link to site online if possible?

Purchased when or price of purchase?

How much did you put down?

Current mortgage or final price paid?

Any money spent on improving the property?

Build able land or raw land?

Please provide a copy of the mortgage statement or purchase agreement?

Please include cost break down or summary on project?

How much money do you have in reserves?

Experience?

Who is the builder? Please provide a resume or bio for borrowers and builders?

What are you building? Floors? Units?

Price per square foot? Price per square foot to sell?

What is your exit strategy?

Please answer these questions and email me in order to a file. Once I understand your project I will call you and discuss what documents

I need and how we will structure each stage of your loan.

Thanks Mark Fulop ( Owner)

If you want to call me first to discuss your project I can be reached at ( 201-925-3470) Eastern Standard Time. 9-5