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Gas Station Loans

 

BankUnited Small Business Finance
We offer small business loans through the SBA 7(a), SBA 504 and USDA B&I loan programs for gas stations/c-stores. Use of proceeds include: refinance, purchase, construction, expansion, improvement of owner-user commercial real estate, business acquisition, debt refinance and purchase or refinance of machinery and equipment. Maximum LTV is 90% for real estate, (100% for refinance) and 80% for all other loan purposes. Loans are available up to $10M.
Lending Territory: NATIONWIDE

Equity Secured Capital
Up to 50% LTV in major metropolitan areas of Texas. Value excludes FFE. Property need not cash flow.
Lending Territory: TX

Fidelity Bancorp Funding
Bank pricing, broker-friendly, 3-EZ steps to submit. We close loans. FBFLOANS.COM.
Lending Territory: NATIONWIDE

Home Bank of California
We offer SBA financing or conventional financing on gas stations. Up to 85% LTV for SBA and 65% for conventional. 25-year, fully-amortizing term for SBA and 25/10 term for conventional.
Lending Territory: Southern CA

Kennedy Funding Financial 
Kennedy Funding Financial provides financing on gas stations on the real estate "only", starting at $1 million.  
Lending Territory: INTERNATIONAL

Pacific Premier Bank
SBA, USDA and conventional loan programs available for gas station properties. We can go up to 85% LTV on each project. Financing available for purchase, refinance and start-up project.
Lending Territory: AZ, CA, ID, OR, NV, TX, UT, WA

Private Mortgage Financing Partners LLC
1-5 years, up to 65% LTV. We are a true hard money lender; the real property itself is the basis of our lending decision. If a property is producing or can produce sufficient income to pay the note and the value of the property will fully secure the note and provide sufficient equity, then the borrower's credit is not an issue. Instead of concentrating on minute details of the borrower's credit history as institutional lenders do, we concentrate our due diligence efforts on the real estate securing the loan.
Lending Territory: NATIONWIDE

Pyatt Broadmark Management LLC
PBM has provided bridge financing for gas stations to allow them time to maximize their cash flow and put together permanent conventional financing.
Lending Territory: ID, OR, WA 

Rodeo Capital Inc. 
We offer 1st position real estate loans for gas stations throughout the U.S. Our maximum LTV is 65% and we provide rates of 8%-12% with 2+ points.
Lending Territory: AK, AZ, CA, CO, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, MA, MD, MI, ND, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OR, PA, RI, TX, UT, WA 

South End Capital Corp.
SECC's Private Business Term Program ($2K to $2M) is a great fit for gas station owners. We don't require the business owner own the gas station or any collateral, branded and unbranded stations are eligible as are properties with deed restrictions and environmental issues since we don't need to secure the property, just qualify on business cash-flow. We offers daily, weekly and monthly payments, unrestricted working capital, no prepayment penalty options and rates starting at 11%. We have no caps on NSFs, no minimum deposit requirements, no time-frame for bankruptcies or foreclosures, no judgment restrictions, credit down to 500, minimum time in business down to 2 months and much more. Ask about our no credit score minimum SBA financing with rates starting at 5.5%, unrestricted working capital and no collateral requirement.

Sundance Bay
Commercial real estate lender. Broker friendly. LTV up to 70%. Loan types: Ground-up construction with lease in hand. Open to equity participation. Terms 3 - 18 months. $500K - $5M. Strong lease required with national name brand tenant.
Lending Territory: AZ, CA, CO, FL, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NE, NM, NV, OK, OR, TN, TX, UT, WA, WI, WY

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