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Leo B.
  • Investor
  • Hercules, CA
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Commercial Loan with Seller Carryback - What kind of terms today?

Leo B.
  • Investor
  • Hercules, CA
Posted Jul 19 2016, 22:32

Hi All-

I'm looking into purchasing a mid-sized apartment and in the middle of researching financing for these types of deals. Ideally, I would like to leverage my down payment as much as possible. Hence, I will be considering seller carrybacks whenever possible. For those who have purchased apartments with seller carryback, what types of loan terms were you offered? Also, what are the requirements for the borrower? I have an LLC that I would like to title the property to.

  • Amortization term (ie. 30 year, 25 year, etc)?
  • Balloon term?
  • Interest rate?
  • Origination fee?
  • Min. credit score?
  • Reserve amount?
  • Down payment?
  • Assets?
  • DSCR?

My basic apartment parameters are below:

  • Mid-sized apartment complex (30 to 60 units)
  • Performing building
  • Looking for minor value adds
  • Purchase price up to $1.5M
  • Midwest (IN, OH, MO)

Thanks in advance for the replies.

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