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Nebraska New Construction Loans

We empower entrepreneurs, real estate investors, and businesses of all sizes challenge the status quo. We take risks on the go-getters, and do’ers – who have an opportunity and need a partner.At Delancey Street, we invest in people and their ideas – not abstract concepts like credit scores, or other financial metrics. Tell us about your idea, let’s discuss your opportunity


High LTV

We fund hard money loans up to 80-90% LTV with no issues.



We promise to treat you like a partner


No $ Limit

No limits on what we can do for you.

Business Funding

Our client was a trucking company based out of NY, that needed quick funding. In 24 hours, we arranged $100,000 in funding.

100% Funded!

Residential Refinance

We funded a purchase in California, for $1.2 million with 65% LTV. We helped the developer with with a 11% loan with balloon payment.

100% Funded!

Lawsuit Funding

Client was injured in a car accident and needed a cash advance on the future value of his lawsuit. In 48 hours, our funders wired funds over.

100% Funded!


Hear from people we've helped

Delancey Street makes lending easy. They took a chance on me when no one else would.

Leo kovacz

Delancey Street funded our e-commerce shop and really gave us the chance to grow our business significantly.
Delancey Street makes lending easy. They took a chance on me when no one else would.

Kevin Johns


Industries We Service

Residential Real Estate
Commercial Real Estate

Our team is always available, and ready to help

Our team of industry experts is ready to help with all of your business needs. Whether you’re looking for a reliable hard money lender, looking to go public via a reverse merger, or need private capital for a venture – we can help.

Industry Experts

Our team consists of extremely qualified industry experts

Quick Service

We work diligently, and quickly, to help you

Nebraska New Construction Loans

When it is time to expand your business in Nebraska, you may consider a new construction loan. If you are ready to grow and plan on new construction or improvements, a commercial construction loan will help you avoid some of the excessive costs that many businesses can’t pay upfront.

A commercial construction loan is for businesses that want to renovate or build new from the ground up. If you want to buy an existing commercial property, a commercial mortgage is a proper loan for that type of purchase. The difference between a commercial mortgage and a commercial construction loan is the way it is dispersed. A mortgage is dispersed in a lump sum, while a construction loan is dispersed throughout the construction process. Lenders of commercial construction loans supply funding for labor, materials, and land development.

How Does a Commercial Construction Loan Work?

A commercial construction lender will set a schedule with you to draw on the loan at certain points in the construction project. Once each milestone is met, the lender usually sends an inspector to make sure the work is complete and then releases your next draw for the next stage of your construction project. You only pay interest on the part of the commercial construction loan you’ve received. Typically, you only pay interest on the loan and not the principal until the loan is fully dispersed. Then you would pay off the principle in one lump sum.

How to Pay the Commercial Construction Loan Off?

Once the full amount of the construction loan is due, many business owners get a commercial mortgage. The property is the collateral for the mortgage. The lump sum is then used to pay the commercial construction loan. A commercial mortgage offers affordable payments made monthly. A Small Business Administration CDC/504 loan is an exception to this process. The CDC/504 loan supplies longer-term funding, so another loan after the project is completed isn’t necessary.

Fees and Interest Rates for a Commercial Construction Loan

The fees for a commercial construction loan depend on the lender. They can include:

  • Guarantee fees.
  • Processing fees.
  • Documentation fees.
  • Project review fees.
  • Fund control fees.

Interest rates are based on credit ratings. They also depend on the type of lender you have. Hard money lenders charge higher interest than a bank.

Down Payments

Down payments are needed for commercial construction loans. A lender willing to supply funds for 100% of the project is rare. The down payment needed is typically between 10% and 30%. Conventional lenders use loan-to-cost to calculate the amount of funding they will provide. They use the total of the loan requested and divide it by the total cost of the project. They like to see the percentage between 80% and 85%. This also varies by lender. To produce the down payment, many borrowers will look toward mezzanine loans.

Are You Eligible for a Commercial Construction Loan?

Your credit score is a big determining factor. Many lenders want to see scores above 700. Lenders will also look at your debt to income ratio. If your debt to income ratio is under 43%, you have a better chance. To calculate your ratio, divide your total monthly debt payments by your gross monthly income.

You should also know your debt service coverage ratio (DSCR). This is your net operating income divided by your current annual debt obligations. This number will prove to a lender that you can cover new debts.

Industry experience is reviewed by a potential lender, as well as your construction plans.

Commercial Construction Loans

  • Small Business Administration CDC/504 loan

    This type of funding offers low down payments, is 10 to 20 years in length and has a fixed rate.

  • Small Business Administration 7(a) Program

    You can use this loan for construction or to buy commercial real estate. Loan terms are up to 25 years and interest rates are based on the loan amount and prime rate.

  • Bank Loan

    The standard term for a bank loan is 25 years to repay. Interest rates and down payments vary by lender.

  • Mezzanine Loans

    This type of loan is good for producing a down payment or more funds. If you default, the lender gets equity in the business.

  • Hard Money Loans

    Private lenders lend money for construction projects. These loans are short-term and have minimal costs upfront. They are easier to qualify for but have higher interest rates.

Hard Money Loans

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