Maxim Commercial Capital Doubled Fundings in Q3 2023
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (Oct. 17, 2023) – Maxim Commercial Capital (“Maxim”) announced robust demand across its diverse financing programs for the third quarter of 2023. The hard asset secured lender reported a 100% year-over-year increase in truck financings for the period. Furthermore, it experienced a surge in demand for second-lien mortgages to refinance Merchant Cash Advance (MCA) loans and to support working capital. Maxim is a national provider of loans and leases from $10,000 to $3 million collateralized by class 6 and 8 trucks, trailers, heavy equipment, and real estate.
“The current climate of healthy residential real estate valuations, coupled with low-cost first mortgages and conservative banking practices, makes our Real Estate and Structured Finance programs highly appealing,” noted Michael Kianmahd, Maxim’s Executive Vice President. “Many homeowners don’t realize they have liquidity in their homes that can be tapped to grow their businesses, often at significantly less expense than MCA loans.”
Notable fundings during the period include a $400,000, 5-year second-lien mortgage at a 60% combined loan-to-value (LTV) for an experienced optometrist with four business locations in Los Angeles. The funds were used to pay off MCA loans, reducing monthly debt service by $15,000, and for working capital. Maxim also funded aa $125,000 second-lien mortgage to an experienced construction project manager in Las Vegas at 58% combined LTV to fuel business growth and pay off an expensive MCA loan.
Maxim’s credit matrix featuring lower down payments for truck owner-operators, ranging from better credit to subprime borrowers, continued to prove popular among loan brokers and truck vendors in Q3 2023. Truck financings during the period included 75% purchase financing for an experienced owner-operator with a 607 FICO to buy a 2018 Peterbilt 579 with 399K miles for $58,695; 68% purchase financing for an owner-operator with a 593 FICO to buy a 2019 Peterbilt 579 with 547k miles for $62,250; and 71% financing for a start-up owner-operator with a 618 FICO to buy a 2020 Freightliner Cascadia with 465K miles for $51,275.
“Fortunately, the used truck market has softened in light of the current economic volatility “We are committed to helping hard-working truck drivers stay on the road, earning a living,” noted said Behzad Kianmahd, Maxim’s Chairman and CEO. “The current economic volatility has improved truck pricing while also causing some lenders to retract, creating an opportunity for Maxim to fill a void.”
About Maxim Commercial Capital
Maxim Commercial Capital helps small and mid-sized business owners nationwide by providing loans and leases (“financing”) from $10,000 to $3 million secured by trucks, trailers, heavy equipment, and real estate. It funds equipment purchase financings and leases, working capital, and debt consolidations. Maxim’s more creative financing structures leverage equity in real estate and owned heavy equipment to facilitate growth and preserve customers’ cash. As a leading provider of transportation equipment financing, Maxim supports startup and experienced owner-operators and non-CDL small fleet owners by funding loans and leases for class 8 and class 6 trucks, trailers, and reefers. Learn more at www.maximcc.com or by calling 877-776-2946.
Executive Vice President
Maxim Commercial Capital
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