Eric Cardona is an accomplished lending professional bringing 28 years of demonstrated success in banking and all types of business and real estate lending to his position as Senior Vice President at Commercial Lending X. Specializing in business and commercial real estate financing and related services, Eric meets the needs of borrowers by tapping a variety of capital sources which include traditional banks, GSE’s, CMBS and private equity lenders. At Commercial Lending X, he provides his clients with unequaled access to commercial real estate capital markets and helps them achieve the most favorable solutions for their capital needs and business objectives. Eric has consistently performed as a Top Producer having built up a large client base that relies on him for his financing expertise and understanding of the commercial real estate industry and markets. Eric earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
Thank you for your interest in commercial financing through Commercial Lending X. With over 350 funding partners and dozens of different loan products, we have many options to assist you. We can do traditional bank financing, SBA 7A & SBA 504 financing, private money lending, factoring, asset-based lending, equipment financing, inventory finance, and provide access to the secondary mortgage markets (via Fannie, Freddie, HUD, and CMBS), including other options. We have plenty of lending solutions to fit just about any need.
You can contact me directly via email at Eric@commerciallendingx.com
If you are interested in applying, you can do so now via the application below. Once received you will hear back from me directly. Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you for this opportunity to work with you and we look forward to assisting you with your financing request.
Links to some resources you will need if you decide to move forward with financing:
- A breakdown of the paperwork you would need for different types of loan requests can be found here.
- Personal Financial Statement Form
- Debt Schedule Form
- Real Estate Holdings Form
- Rent Roll
- Property Operating Statement
- SBA Form 413 – SBA Personal Financial Statement
- SBA Form 1919 – Borrower Information Form