The acquisition and development of real estate can be an intimidating and overwhelming process even without the process of obtaining financing for it.
With over 31 years of experience in the commercial finance industry and access to numerous lending products and services designed specifically for land acquisition financing, we are committed to providing the financing you need, efficiently and cost effectively to ensure that the process goes smoothly. Whether your plans include a single unit commercial building, a whole commercial development, or a housing development, we can help you make it happen.
To get started on land acquisition financing, some documents that may be necessary are: an executive summary for the project with capital requirements, the construction plans and budgets, the previous two years’ complete trailing income statements and balance sheets, as well as three years of tax returns for the organization. To meet your cash flow requirements, we have loan amounts available from $500,000 to $1.3 billion plus with competitive rates and flexible payment schedules amortized over various terms.
Ocean Pacific Capital can tailor a loan program that will meet your cash flow requirements and time frame. Our services are also available if you wish to convert your land acquisition loan into permanent financing. We’ve offered financing across the nation over the past 31 years and continue to offer the most competitive construction, acquisition, development, and permanent financing. Email us or call us today and let us help you get the best land acquisition financing.
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