Small Business Commercial Real Estate Loan

A PNC Commercial Real Estate Loan may help you purchase or refinance your owner-occupied commercial property.[1]  

What Will I need to apply?

Let's talk about your business needs

Features and Benefits

  • Covers your borrowing needs – wide range of available mortgage amounts and maturity terms
  • Simplified payments – no checks to mail or trips to the bank - payments automatically deducted from your business checking account
  • Convenient terms – Select a fixed or variable rate with a term between 5 and 15 years, with up to a 25 year amortization

Loan at a Glance

Loan amount[1]

$100,001–$3 million
Interest Rates Choice of Fixed Rate or a Variable Rate based on Prime Rate[2]
Loan terms

Up to fifteen years, with up to a 25 year amortization

Collateral required

Equity in owner-occupied commercial real estate

Payments Monthly principal and interest payments automatically deducted from your business checking account
How to Apply

Ways to Apply


What You Need to Apply

Before you start there are a few things you will need to know or have available to successfully complete the application.

  • Have available any special loan promotion offer code, if applicable.
  • Know the dollar amount, type of loan you are applying for, borrowing purpose and collateral information, if applicable.  
  • Information about your business, such as:
    -- Business Name and Address
    -- Type of business organization and year established
    -- Business Tax ID number, Annual Sales, Number of Employees
  • Information about each Business Owner, such as:
    -- Name, Home Address, Social Security Number, Title, Ownership Percentage, Personal Financial information, Historical Information
    -- Government issued photo ID (Driver's License, US Passport, or a state-issued ID) may be requested for verification purposes
  • You may want to have copies of your most recent business and personal tax returns and/or financial statements to assist with completion of the  application.

Important Information About Procedures for Opening a New Account
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Assess Your Creditworthiness

Review our Business Lending Guidelines to help you better assess your creditworthiness when applying for new or additional revolving or fixed-term financing. These guidelines are not the only criteria for a final credit decision, but they will empower you to better understand your financial position in the context of PNC’s business lending practices.  Read Guidelines »

Associated Products & Services

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Flexible Financing Solutions through SBA Loans

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Secured Small Business Line of Credit

Secured lines of credit are a great option if you need short-term working capital to cover business needs such as gaps in accounts receivable collections or inventory purchases.

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Important Legal Disclosures and Information

  1. All loans and lines of credit subject to credit approval and require automatic payment deduction from a business checking account. Additional fees may apply.

  2. Prime Rate means the highest prime rate published in the "Money Rates" section of the Wall Street Journal for the last day of the preceding calendar month.

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