Commercial Mortgages in Kitchener-Waterloo Region
Professional Mortgage Advice in the Kitchener-Waterloo Region
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Types of Commercial Mortgages
ICI (Industrial, Commercial, and Investment) lending is subject to a strict set of criteria much different than residential loans. The participants in this market are chartered banks, credit unions, life insurance companies, mortgage investment companies, and non-institutional companies. Each have a unique portfolio structure, pricing matrix, and appetite for specific products and industries, so it's important to seek experineced advice and we can help to ensure that your requirements are satisfied.
|Commercial Mortgage Types|
|Independent Business, Owned/Occupied Buildings including Retail, Manufacturing and Service|
|Office and Professional/Medical Dental Buildings|
|Investor-Owned Warehouses and Mini Storage|
|Hospitality including Restaurants, Hotels, Motels, Pubs|
|Real Estate development, Land Acquisition, Subdivision Servicing, Single Family Home or Town Home Projects, Condominium Projects and Shopping Malls|
|Care Homes, Seniors Homes and Low-Cost Housing Projects|
|Multi -Family Residential Units
six units or more; may be financed on a conventional or CMHC insured basis. When financed via CMHC insurance, loan to value available up to 85% based on CMHC determination of lending value. Interest rates will be .75/1.0% lower than conventional. CMHC insurance fees will apply but are typically offset by the lower rate over the first five year term.