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10 things a broker should include in a loan submission to a CRE lender?

Posted by Chad Mestler on Jan 14, 2023 3:49:47 PM

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When applying for a commercial real estate loan, it's important to make sure that you have all the necessary information to present to the lender. A well-prepared loan submission can increase your chances of being approved, and can make the process go more smoothly. Here are the top 10 things you should include in a commercial real estate loan submission to a lender:

  1. Credit report and financial information for the borrower, including income and assets. This will give the lender an idea of your creditworthiness and ability to repay the loan.

  2. Detailed property information, including the purchase price, property value, and any repairs or renovations that have been made. This will help the lender determine the value of the property and the amount of the loan.

  3. A detailed loan request, including the loan amount, loan-to-value ratio, and intended use of the loan proceeds. This will give the lender an idea of the size of the loan and how it will be used.

  4. Appraisal and inspection reports for the property. This will help the lender determine the value of the property and identify any potential issues.

  5. Supporting documentation, such as leases, property management agreements and proof of insurance. This will help the lender verify the information you have provided and ensure that the loan is secured.

  6. Business plan or executive summary for the borrower, if the loan is for a business venture. This will give the lender an idea of the borrower's business experience and plans for the future.

  7. Tax returns and financial statements for the borrower and any co-borrowers. This will help the lender verify the income and assets of the borrower and any co-borrowers.

  8. Evidence of the borrower's ability to make regular mortgage payments, such as cash flow statement and projected income statement. This will give the lender an idea of the borrower's ability to make regular payments.

  9. A detailed amortization schedule, outlining the payment schedule and terms of the loan. This will help the lender understand the terms of the loan and the borrower's ability to repay it.

  10. Any additional documentation requested by the lender, such as proof of zoning compliance, environmental reports, and title documents. This will help the lender verify the information provided and ensure that the loan is secured.

By including all of these items in your commercial real estate loan submission, you'll be able to present a complete picture of your financial situation and the property you're looking to purchase. This will increase your chances of being approved for the loan and make the process go more smoothly.

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