The #1 question will be how do you service debt out of revenues when it is going to support your folks?
You are going to have to personally guarantee any loan, and perhaps transfer the ownership out of the S corp. There are other ways to take advantage of the tax treatments via the corporation.
Other questions will center around the building, how you have computed its value, what other collateral can be tied to the loan you are looking for , and why don't you show income.
A hard money lender will want assurances just like a bank, and while they may be an option, understand there is little forbearance by this type of investor and they will act very quickly to re-coup their money if there are any problems later.
If the game plan is all about expanding your holdings, you should at least consider cashing out of the $2 mil building and leveraging the sale proceeds, it will be easier to get loans, and will allow for more net capital to invest.
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