Commercial & Leasing
Commercial Mortgages are designed for businesses and investors who wish to purchase or refinance commercial, income producing properties and offer a flexible way to raise capital.
Commercial mortgages Grande Prairie, yes we have them:
Multi-residential properties, Bridge financing, Income Properties
Restaurants, Industrial properties, Office properties, Self-storage
Retail Malls, Raw land financing, Start up Financing and Debt consolidation, Assett Based Factoring on Account Receivables. So yes we have commercial mortgages availalbe in Grande Prairie and many other locations.
Benefits of using a Leasing Professional
A Dominion Lending Centres leasing professional can help you to discover multiple ways to structure lease financing for new equipment, a sale-leaseback to extract capital from existing assets, or solve other equipment acquisition opportunities in Grande Prairie, Northern Alberta or any other location here in Canada. Many of our lease professionals are also mortgage brokers who can use commercial and residential mortgage and property credit-line products alone or in combination with lease-financing to help you achieve the best solution for equipment acquisition.
A franchise organization with local ownership
Our street-front locations, (Such as your local HT Mortgage Group in Grande Prairie, AB) give you a committed, local-office presence with a team that understands your market, in your time-zone, with community-involvement and knowledge. Our resources provide wonderful opportunities for approvals with low monthly payments. Why rely on only one or two lease-sources when you can have over 30 speciality lease-funding sources throughout Canada. Combined with a national credit office offering the best tools, underwriting centre and efficiency in the leasing business and you have a winning combination!
Creative and flexible, Dominion Lending Centres Leasing
Can break up large-dollar transactions into multiple leases across a number of funders to ease and simplify the approval process. We can avoid exposure limits by moving the leassee to new funding resources when necessary.