Homeowner & Condominium Association Loans

Our vast experience helps us quickly approve, process, and provide a variety of loan options designed to fit the unique needs of each Chicagoland community association

Loan Types

Large capital improvement projects are usually accompanied by an HOA or association special assessment. Whether it’s regular building maintenance such as tuck-pointing and roof replacement, or a building upgrade or renovation such as new porches, the association can take out a customized FB&T loan to complete the project. The association can move forward in a timely manner and offer flexibility to their unit owners by allowing unit owners to pay overtime instead of having to come up with the special assessment in one lump sum. The commercial lenders at First Bank & Trust will meet with association board members to determine the suite of loan products that best meet the needs of the association, and upon acceptance of the application your loan will be approved and funded in a timely and professional manner. The collateral for such facilities is generally an assignment of the association's assessments and personal recourse is not normally required.

Loan Fees

In order to discourage associations from borrowing small amounts some banks may charge large upfront fees on loans. At First Bank & Trust our fees are consistently lower than the competition.

Other Financing Options

In addition to providing financing to the association, FB&T offers a variety of options for unit owners to finance their special assessment, including cash-out first mortgage refinancing, and second mortgage home equity lines of credit. All products offer competitive rates and terms.

We also offer complete financial & banking service solutions for associations and property management companies.

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Our experienced lending team is ready to work hand in hand with you, considering short and long term goals, to craft a complete financing solution. Contact us by phone: 1-847-733-7400 or inquire now about home owners association loans ›