There are times when your finances just don’t get along with the things you have planned for your life. You know that taking out a loan is always an option, but whether it be a commercial, multifamily loan or a just a personal loan, it’s the same principle. Just ask Bonneville Multifamily Capital.
You’ll be borrowing money and committing to pay it back (with interest) within a certain period. Whatever it was that put you in a position to borrow, you’ll have to carefully plan out where, when and how you’ll earn that money to pay the loan back.
Here are five questions you should ask yourself before borrowing any amount of money.
Do I really need this money now?
Have you put enough thought into why you need the money now? Perhaps you can postpone until you’ve saved up enough.
Do I have another option where I don’t have to borrow money?
You have to be sure you exhausted all options. Borrowing money should be your last resort.
Will I afford to make the payments?
You’ll have to make projections of your income and other expenses you’ll have to pay before you can set aside an amount for the loan payments.
In what timeframe can I pay it off that’s fair to both the lender and myself?
You have to know if you have enough time to come up with the payments within the period specified to pay it off.
What will happen if I can’t pay it off?
You’ll also have to prepare for everything that can happen, especially if you won’t be able to come through with payments. You have to be ready for the consequences.
Remember that financial matters can become sensitive issues. It’s best to think about these things twice (or more) before finalizing anything.