Banks will lend to LLC and other type corporations the same as an individual.
Since this is true the corporation must be able to prove that it is able to prove the ability to pay the debts it incurs as well as assets. Most corporations that are just beginning are unable to do this.
Since banks know this they will still lend money to a corporation but you must sign on a personal guarantee of the mortgage loan. This is called a recourse loan.Failure of the corporation to pay it's debts then the lender will come after you for the payments.
Once the corporation is established, can produce 2 years of federal income tax, the ability to pay it's debts and have more assets then the bank will lend the corporation money without you signing as a personal guarantee. When a bank allow the corporation to sign for loans and other debts on it's on this is called a non-recourse loan or debt. The lender will not be looking for you as a person to pay the debts of the corporation.
You may transfer the property to the corporation,however, the mortgage loan will be your personal responsibility as long as the mortgage loan docs are singed by you and you act as the signer for the corporation.
Since you would have transferred the property to corporation make sure all rent is made to the corporation and deposited in the banks corporate account.
You must take care and build your corporation carefully, take care of the corporation finance and pay the debts as you would your own. You would also have to get the corporation a credit report.
There are several type of business corporation, make sure you speak with several individuals such as a corporate attorney, CPA and others so as to make an intelligent decision as to which would be more beneficial to you and your overall goals.
I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.