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Commercial Real Estate: Owner-Occupied Loan Options

Commercial Real Estate: Owner-Occupied Loan Options

It’s easy to make owning a reality.

The rewards of owning commercial real estate can be significant. We’ll work with you to determine if buying commercial property is the right decision for your business and provide the best financing solution for your needs, be it a conventional loan or one backed by the Small Business Administration (SBA).

Real estate loans up to $5 million for purchase, refinance or improvement.

If you’re ready to stop paying rent on your company’s building, we offer a variety of loans for the purchase, refinance and improvement of owner-occupied commercial property.

  • Loan amounts from $100,000 to $5 million
  • Up to 80% loan-to-value
  • Terms of 5, 10 and 15 years and amortization up to 25 years
  • Variable or fixed rates
  • Payments include principal and interest

SBA loans: Ideal for businesses that need flexible financing.

SBA loans are backed by the federal government and made available through lending partners like U.S. Bank. They’re designed for borrowers that may not meet the needs of conventional financing due to insufficient collateral, a low down payment or other credit factors.

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Subject to credit approval and program guidelines. Some restrictions may apply. Financing maximums and terms are determined by borrower qualifications and use of funds.

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800-673-3555

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