Why You Will Benefit Exploring New Funding Channels
Deal with Property People
We know the market and have detailed understanding of property transactions. CPC can assist developers to find the best private lending options for acquisitions and construction finance on your next project.
Banks are tightening credit, reducing the concentration of debt or cash with any one borrower. Developers need to ask themselves key questions around their business exposure to a single large lender. If your finance channels are not diversified it poses a large risk to your development business.
Filling the funding gap
CPC is a financial technology P2P platform that is filling the funding gap left by the major banks. CPC matches developers with private lenders providing competitive loan terms and allowing redeployment of developers equity. Our funding channels open doors to new private equity and allow less dependence on the major banks.
Lower levels of Pre-Sales
CPC’s funders understand pre-sales challenges and will generally forward funds at an earlier stage than the major banks. This allows you to start construction sooner reducing your overall holding costs.
Rapid Approval Process
CPC’s network of private and HNW lenders are fast movers, we only deal with decision makers so developers enjoy honest and quick decisions. This leads to nimble and rapid access to funds.
We have access to many different capital funding channels, most of CPC’s developer loans are funded in the range of $1-$20m. Rates commence at 7%. To receive an indicative proposal on your project contact us below.
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