Putting Your Plan Together
We know that the people who serve low- and moderate-income individuals might not have the resources or know-how to put together a financial package for the building they need.
We also know that putting together a package for a redevelopment program involves multiple financial instruments and partners.
When you call Community Lenders, you are calling on the professional resources of more than two dozen community banks whose own success depends on your success. We also know and work daily with numerous economic development entities throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania. So we can both tell you how we can help, and direct you to others who may partner with you in your efforts.
When we review your loan application, we look for the following:
- Market feasibility—Do you have information that demonstrates your need?
- Financial feasibility—Do you have financial documents that demonstrate your ability to repay the loaned amount?
- Participation of other investors and financing resources, if applicable. Do you have other financial partners? If you already bank with a Community Lenders member bank, let us know who to contact.
- Track record and capacity of development and management teams. Can you illustrate similar work with this organization or management experience with others?
- Conformance to all applicable environmental, zoning, and building regulations. Have you presented your plans, formally or informally with municipal officials to confirm compliance?
Even if you aren’t ready with all of this information, please give us a call: We may be able to help you complete your preparation and speed the process along.
Community Reinvestment Act Regulations
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