Ocean Pacific Capital has since 1977 helped residential subdivision developers and investors around the world obtain financing for construction of single-family residential homes as well as residential land acquisition and development financing. We have the experience necessary to find the best loan available for just about any size and shape of subdivision financing project.
Because of the strong underwriting capability of our residential subdivision professionals we can efficiently and effectively determine the feasibility of a subdivision loan request regardless of whether the request is for commercial mortgages; income producing property; bridge loans; construction loans (both commercial loans and residential subdivision loans); land development loans; land loans; joint venture debt and equity financing; and asset based and cash flow financing for businesses (including equipment, inventory and receivables financing).
Ocean Pacific Capital provides customized residential subdivision loan solutions for all kinds of investors nationwide. Whatever your objective- we can help you structure the loan that meets your needs.
The minimum loan amount on a subdivision loan starts at $500,000 and the maximum loan amount on a subdivision loan is $1.3 billion.
For over 28 years, we have had the commercial experience to help our clients obtain subdivision financing. We offer competitive pricing on not just subdivision financing, but also development financing, as well as industrial loan financing. Call us today at 1-800-595-1474 for more information on subdivision loan interest rates as well as starting your application for a subdivision loan today!
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