So What Do B&I Lenders Typically Charge on a Rural Commercial Loan (Business & Industries Loan)?
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What do Business and Industries loans typically cost?
Rate: Prime + 2.75% to Prime + 3% floating, readjusted quarterly (as of 6/2/10 the prime rate was 3.25%, so we're talking about a floating rate loan between 6.0% and 6.25% today). If the deal is really strong and the property is NOT a special use property, it might be possible to get Prime + 2.50%.
Floor: 6.5% Higher if the deal is weak. Please note that this makes the floor higher than the nominal rate (Prime + 2.75%), so the loan would start out at 6.5%. The margin over prime would therefore only become relevant if the prime rate increased, which many economists would argue is somewhat unlikely in the near term.
Points: 1-2 to the lender plus 1-2 points for your mortgage broker.
Amortization: 25 years fully-amortized.
Prepayment penalty: Minimum of 5% for five years. The lender might agree to a slightly lower rate if the borrower agrees to a 10% prepayment penalty for ten years that declines by 1% per year.
Assumability: The loan documents are usually silent on the subject, giving the lender the flexibility to allow an assumption for a strong buyer of the business or to deny the assumption. The original borrower usually remains secondarily liable.
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