A raw land loan will allow your business to take advantage of deals on land where commercial property can be built. With appropriate financing, a real estate developer or investor can purchase property virtually anywhere. Many commercial real estate transactions, such as raw land loans, cannot be financed via traditional lending institutions, such as the banks. Since 1977, Ocean Pacific Capital has collaborated with its clients, real estate investors, and property owners across the nation seeking commercial raw land financing for construction of real estate, purchases of real estate, or refinances of real estate. Every commercial transaction is different and with our experience in the commercial industry, we are able to work with a variety private lenders and hard money lenders to obtain the necessary financing to suit your needs. Ocean Pacific Capital realizes the difficulty and risky nature of the situation and is determined to promptly and efficiently collect the necessary information to evaluate each project and collaborate with lenders to present the necessary raw land financing options. We can help obtain financing for raw land across the nation, starting at $500,000 to $100 million plus. We also provide financing for refinance, construction to permanent, or purchase of property. Ocean Pacific Capital assists its clients in obtaining commercial land loans for all types of properties, whether land development, raw loan, or developed property. Our commercial loan specialists have the experience and knowledge to secure the best raw land financing option for your project.
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