A real estate-secured loan for the purchase of commercial property. Borrower's cash equity (down payment from own funds) must be equal to or greater than 25% of the purchase amount and loan must be in first lien position.
|Ideal For||Business owners or real estate investors who are expanding to a new location, leasing workspace and want to purchase, or looking to purchase property.|
|How it Works|
|Does it work for you?||Visit a Wells Fargo location near you.|
|Credit Amount||$50,000 to $750,000 (up to 75% of the property value).|
Balloon terms not available for purchase loans on special purpose properties.
|Interest Rates||Fixed or Prime-Based.|
|Collateral||Commercial property valued up to $3 million1 (owner-occupied and investor).|
|Optional Feature||Automatic Payment: Automatically make payments on your account at your convenience.|
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|How to Apply|
1 Most property types are eligible. Environmentally sensitive properties may require an environmental loan insurance policy. Property located in a flood zone may require flood insurance. These expenses if applicable, are the borrowers responsibility. Collateral properties located in rural areas may not be eligible for this offer. Purchase loans require the borrower to pay title and escrow fees. Please contact us for details. Note on Texas properties: Commercial property owners having a personal residence situated on, or adjacent to, the collateral property are not eligible for this offer. See specific product pages for additional terms and conditions.
2 You will need to pay a non-refundable deposit of up to $1,000 when accepting the terms of any loan or line of credit. Your deposit will be credited at closing against the origination fee (if any) and environmental insurance fee (if any) payable by borrower in connection with the transaction. If your deposit exceeds the origination and environmental insurance fees amount due at closing, you will be reimbursed for any overage. If the state or other taxing authority imposes a tax or fee on the filing of a mortgage or a deed of trust, or if the bank determines that environmental or flood insurance is required, any applicable fees are your responsibility. All financing is subject to credit approval.