The Metka Law Firm, PA has extensive experience with lender legal services. We have represented institutional lenders, hard-money lenders and private lenders and preparing documents for a wide variety of different commercial loan facilities, including, but not limited to:
- Purchase Money Loans
- Construction Loans
- Lines of Credit
- Balloon Loans
- Multiple Collateral Loans
- Seller Financed Loans
Our comprehensive representation, loan documents and meticulous closing process will ensure your financial investment is properly secured and completed in strict compliance with State and Federal laws.
In addition to our lender lender services, our attorney also has considerable experience representing commercial borrowers and is available to review and negotiate loan documents in favor of a commercial borrower’s interest as well.
Step 1Schedule a complimentary telephone consultation about our lender legal services with our experienced real estate attorney and retain our office to represent you.
Step 2We will run a title search on all applicable collateral to and issue a lender’s title insurance policy to insure that your mortgage has the priority you require.
Step 3Our attorney will prepare loan documents in accordance with your requirements for your review and approval.
Step 4Our attorney attends closing to ensure all documents are executed completely and properly prior to disbursement of the loan.
J. W. R.
What loan documents are required for a Seller Financed sales transaction?
Typically, our office will provide a Mortgage, Promissory Note and Amortization Schedule. However, depending on each clients unique circumstances, additional documents may be advisable.
Can a borrower negotiate loan documents?
If you are a residential borrower, typically the loan documents are not negotiable. A commercial borrower on the other hand does usually have some negotiating power and should always try to negotiate key terms of their loan package in advance of closing.
How much do you charge for lender representation?
The answer to this question is dependent upon each Client’s unique circumstances. We offer flat rate and hourly services to fit each client’s specific needs. It is customary for the Borrower to pay for Lender’s attorney’s fees, and that requirement is usually negotiated as part of the loan commitment letter.