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Commercial property loans are generally different to that of residential property in terms of interest rates, Loan to Value Ratio (LVR) thresholds and other lender policies.
Loan to Value Ratio (LVR) available for a commercial real estate loan will depend on your situation. If you have full documentation of your income you may be able to borrow up to 80% in some circumstances. If you have less documentation the loan to value ratio available will be less 75%, 70% or down to 65%. It will also depend on the amount of money that you are borrowing. Typically the less documentary evidence that you have of your income the lower the LVR that you will be able to have.
Many lenders require that you undertake an annual review of the serviceability of the commercial loan.
Many lenders require that the term for a Commercial property loan is to a maximum of 15 years, we can access loan terms of up to 25 years. A longer commercial property loan term, up to 25 years can be convenient, especially for Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) loans for commercial property.
Yes, some lender allow you to refinance to release equity and get cash out for thing like property improvement, investment, working capital and business expansion.
A valuation of a commercial property is a process resulting in a formal document that can help you to obtain finance to buy the property.
The scope of a commercial property valuation is much greater than a valuation of a residential property. Commercial properties are generally larger and built on more expensive land than houses, the sums of money involved are much greater and the responsibilities of the valuer are therefore more onerous than for valuation of a residential property.