If you are looking for a real estate development loan for small to large subdivisions Ocean Pacific Capital can help. With over 31 years of experience in the commercial loan business, we can make obtaining a subdivision loan a smooth and easy process, whether you are a contractor, builder, owner builder or developer.
Our real estate development loans can be used for small subdivision projects anywhere in America. If your real estate development project is in need of fast funds, Custom Construction Financing can meet your real estate development loan needs! Call our commercial department today at 1-800 595-1474.
From land-use planning through subdivision to development and building, we are committed to helping you develop a smart growth plan that balances the social, economic and environmental needs of your community.
Ocean Pacific Capital has a real estate development loan for you from
$500,000.00 to $1,3 billion.
We Finance Subdivisions, Regardless Of The Size.
We fund all commercial and construction loans from $500,000.00 to $1,300,000,000.00 worldwide.
Debt coverage ratios from 1.10 up
Adjustable and Fixed Programs
Loan to cost up to 100%
Loan to value up to 90%
10 to 30 year Financing
If you need Commercial Monies, Equity Partners and /or Secondary / Mezzanine Financing, call our Commercial Loan Department at 1800 595-1474 today for a free consultation.
your financing needs,
we will tailor a loan that's right for you.
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