Light Industrial Client Closes Cash-Out Refinance in New York

A light industrial client came to Commercial Capital BIDCO looking for a solution where they could pay off their current note as well as reach a few other financial goals for their business. In February of 2024, our client closed on the cash-out refinance of their commercial property located in Port Jervis, New York. Spanning close to 40,000 square feet, the property provides multiple services within the food manufacturing industry including but not limited to food product packaging, ambient fill, custom product creation, and private label.

The loan proceeds of $2,430,000 from this cash-out refinance are helping the client to reach their goals by paying off their current note, providing a 6-month interest reserve, providing funds to pay off taxes, pay down credit cards, and provide working capital for future needs. 

We look forward to seeing the enhancements that our client is able to provide in the future as well as reach the goals they continue to set as a business!

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Client Completes Cash-Out Refinance in Detroit, Michigan

Our client recently completed a cash-out refinance on a multifamily property located in Detroit, Michigan. The loan amount for this deal is $1,050,000 with a combined LTV of 55%. A second property located in a similar area of Detroit, Michigan was also used as collateral to provide the necessary funds to pay off the current mortgage. Comprised of 17 units, the property will also have several renovations as part of the used funds received from this deal. 

We are proud to be serve a small role in the revitalization of the great Detroit area. Our team loves to review deals that can have an instrumental impact in the growth and success of its surroundings.

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Cash Out Refinance in New Britain, Connecticut

The northeast is still a hot spot for commercial investments and real estate purchases for entrepreneurs as well as developers. As such with this deal, the borrower here was able to close on a cash-out refinance of a commercial property located in New Britain, Connecticut in September of 2023. The property is currently leased by a technical institute, however the loan proceeds from this cash-out refinance will be used to pay off the current note, provide funds to pay past due income taxes, provide funds for real estate acquisitions, and to provide funds for the property to build out a new parking area. The requested loan amount for this deal was $720,000 with a LTV of 65%. The property is 15,542 square feet and sits on 2 acres.


Cash Out Refinance Closed for Golf Course in Mississippi

We love assisting our clients with a wide variety of commercial investment loans and this deal was no exception! On March 27, 2023, our client closed on the cash-out refinance of a golf course and club located in Gautier, Mississippi. The proceeds for this particular loan product will be used to pay off current debt on the property. The loan will also provide working capital for our client - allowing them to renovate existing amenities to the course and club as well as add new amenities that their recreation patrons can enjoy while on and off the greens. 

The total loan amount was $1,485,000.00 and had a LTV of 28%. Our LTV max is 65% so this deal fell well below that maximum for our requirements.

The property sits on approximately 194 acres. 


Cash-Out Refinance Helps Client Pursue Projects on Raw Land

In December 2022, our client closed on the cash out refinance of an existing loan. The loan proceeds for this deal will be used to pay off not only current debt, but will also provide working capital for our client to pursue other projects. The collateral property is located in Nashville, Tennessee. While LTV for raw land is lower, we love working raw land deals because the possibilities for our clients are endless! 

Requested amount: $6,000,000  //  Property size at 120.57 acres of raw land  //  LTV at 35%


Refinance Closed for Partner Buyout in Ohio

In December of 2022, our client closed on the refinance of a current loan on their commercial property in Butler, Ohio. The loan proceeds are also being used to buyout the principle’s former business partner. Time was of the essence with this deal and we were happy to assist with a quick closing. 

Requested amount: $540,000  //  Property size is 51.013 acres  //  LTV at 48%

 


Residential Property in Tennessee Closes in 14 Days

Commercial Capital BIDCO's client was able to close on the refinance of a residential property in Columbia, Tennessee in April of 2022. The client used a portion of the loan to buy out an investor while the other portion will be used to finish construction of the house. The requested loan amount was $250,000.00 and we were able to get this closed in just 14 days.


Client Closes on Office Suite in North Carolina

Commercial Capital BIDCO's client closed on the purchase of a 1,600 sq. ft. office suite in Huntersville, North Carolina on April 11, 2022. The property will be owner-occupied with the borrower moving all operations of their company from a leased space. The requested loan amount for this deal was $256,750.00 with an LTV of 65%.


Refinancing on South Carolina Restaurant Closes

A Summerville, South Carolina client closed on the refinance of their 6,132 sq. ft. restaurant on April 22, 2022. We were excited to help our client on this deal. The refinanced funds will be used to complete the construction of their restaurant and make any other improvements moving forward. The requested loan amount for this deal was $975,000.00 with an LTV of 55.7%.


Why Invest in Commercial Properties in 2022

Commercial Real Estate has shown significant growth in 2021 over what will forever be known as a year of uncertainty in 2020. What was once considered a shuttering market just over a year ago, multi-family residential is full steam ahead while industrial and office space properties are also ticking upwards. With so many changes over the last 18 months, you may be asking yourself, “Why invest in a commercial property?” Our question for you is, “WHY NOT?”

 

According to the "May 2021 RCA CPPI: U.S." summary report, U.S. commercial real estate prices rose at a 1.3% annual rate from April 2020 to 2021. Driving that increase were apartments (up 7.6% year over year) and industrial properties (up 9.4%), the retail sector (up 1.3%), and office buildings (up 3%). – Millionacres.com

 

Commercial and Office Spaces:

From the rise of unique office spaces, the opening of satellite offices in suburbia as well as the reopening of corporate headquarters, offices are seeing a resurgence and where they’re popping up is a surprise to many.

 

With many companies now embracing a strong sense of employee culture that includes comfortable yet trendy surroundings, loft offices are some of the more popular choices across several industries – turning what were once retail-only spaces into multi-use spaces. Now these property types are an appealing investment choice for many who are looking for a diverse portfolio with more limited means.

 

Suburban office space and smaller square feet options for satellite offices are also excellent investment opportunities for those looking to invest in a property outside of a metro locale. This also allows the property owner to work with an experienced tenant who has other offices established in other locations. These general use spaces are also easily flipped allowing a new tenant to take over quickly and easily.

 

While not increasing as quickly or as steadily as residential, office space will continue to tick upward as employers finalize their reopening plans and prepare for most employees to transition back into offices full time over the next year.

 

Retail Brick-and-Mortar:

Retail will continue to evolve and find its pace over the next 12 months. One of the most hard-hit markets due to the pandemic, retail owners saw a surge in online sales, however, an increase in sales also occurred via curbside orders. This particular piece to the sales pie increased alongside a retail company’s increase in direct social media posts – allowing buyers to “shop a store’s social media,” purchase their products locally while also being able to receive their products same-day.

 

With this, we will see locally owned retail opting to keep their brick-and-mortar store fronts, but possibly look to increase their product storage and reconfigure their backstock needs as curbside orders continue and online orders increase.

 

“Same Day Pick-Up!” “Curbside!” These are phrases that have been promoted to buyers since the start of the pandemic – even across larger brands and corporations – allowing buyers to enjoy a slightly altered shopping experience while also receiving goods same-day as opposed to shipping and possible delays.

 

Strip malls and larger retail developments have also adjusted their selling strategy by implementing these additional forms for buyers to receive their purchases – not just locally owned mom and pop stores. While not an ideal situation in an uncertain world, these adjustments helped to keep the doors open for retail – small and large – assuring investors that these particular sectors of commercial real estate were still very active and growing.

 

Multi-Family Residential:

The start of the pandemic saw college students, new graduates, young families and more moving back home with their parents or to other shared living situations with friends and family. The uncertainty of the economy produced a boom of residential real estate listings, however with states now opening back up, markets are seeing a resurgence of individuals and families needing temporary and/or more budget-savvy living options such as apartment and condo rentals. Multi-family commercial real estate has witnessed the greatest increase of growth and will continue to do so as more states, universities and places of employment begin to open back up to pre-pandemic standards.

 

What to Do Now

Always weigh the pros and cons to any investment situation as well as play out each scenario – especially if you are a first time commercial real estate investor – however, striking while the iron is hot will be key to maximizing your investment and cash flow early on. With unique opportunities on the rise across all branches of commercial real estate, investors will be able to build a path that suits their goals. Lending experts – such as our team at Commercial Capital BIDCO – can assist you with the funding you need that the banks simply cannot do. We are proud of our in-house credit team as well as our in-house credit committee that both allow us to process loans quickly and easily. What are you waiting for? We’re ready to talk investment goals when you are!