Finance

The Palos Verdes Capital Partners team has been involved in finance for over 100 years collectively.  Palos Verdes Capital Partners helps clients capitalize on opportunity.  They have been able to bring financial resources to development projects and businesses in excess of $1 Billion.   A typical project financing ranges from $1M to up to $50 million, but a capital limit has not been formally established.  Our capital approach covers a full spectrum of capital stack structures by integrating our capital relationships with development and business processes.

Financing is often one of the most difficult components of a successful project or business operation.  Palos Verdes Capital Partners has the ability of investing its own capital into projects in which is a developer or co-developer.  We also have the ability to lend directly to commercial debt needs through corresponding lines and SBA.  In addition, Palos Verdes Capital Partners can provide debt solutions through a reliable pool of capital sources.  Palos Verdes Capital Partners has an extensive network of long-standing relationships that we can match to a variety of industries and needs.

Let us find the best financial solution for you.

Life Insurance Companies

Freddie Mac

  1. Conventional
    Our conventional products include fixed-rate and floating-rate loans, loans in lease-up and with moderate property upgrades, manufactured housing community loans, student housing loans, supplemental loans and others.
  2. Small Balance Loan
    Includes loans in amounts from $1 million to $6 million with streamlined processes during pricing, underwriting, closing and funding.
  3. Seniors Housing
    Our seniors housing property loans include independent living properties, assisted living properties, and properties with skilled nursing or memory care.
  4. Targeted Affordable Housing
    Includes loans for financing in underserved areas that are affordable to families with low and very-low incomes including cash loans, bond credit enhancements, tax-exempt loans, and others.

Fannie Mae

HUD/FHA

USDA Rural Development Loans

Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities (CMBS)

Banks – Local, Regional and National

Pensions – Direct Loan Placements

Private Market Credit

SBA

  1. 7(a)
    Gives 7(a) loans to eligible borrowers for starting, acquiring and expanding a small business. This type of loan is the most basic and the most used within SBA’s business loan programs. Borrowers must apply through a participating lender institution.
  2. Certified Development Company (CDC) 504 Loan Program
    Provides growing businesses with long-term, fixed-rate financing for major fixed assets, such as land and buildings.
  3. Microloan Program
    Offers very small loans to start-up, newly established or growing small business concerns. SBA makes funds available to nonprofit community based lenders which, in turn, make loans to eligible borrowers in amounts up to a maximum of $50,000. Applications are submitted to the local intermediary and all credit decisions are made on the local level.
  4. CAPLines (Lines of Credit)
    Help small businesses meet their short-term and cyclical working-capital needs through the SBA umbrella program called CAPlines.
  5. Export Express Loans
    Provide exporters and lenders with a streamlined method of obtaining financing for loans and lines of credit up to $500,000. Lenders use their own credit decision process and loan documentation; exporters get access to their funds faster. SBA provides an expedited eligibility review with a response in less than 24 hours.
  6. Export Working Capital
    Offers loans targeted at businesses that are able to generate export sales but need additional working capital to support these opportunities.
  7. International Trade Loans
    Gives term loans that are designed for businesses that plan to start/continue exporting or those that that have been adversely affected by competition from imports. The proceeds of the loan must enable the borrower to be in a better position to compete.
  8. U.S. Community Adjustment and Investment Program (CAIP)
    CAIP is a program established to assist U.S. companies that are doing business in areas of the country that have been negatively affected by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). To be eligible, a business must reside in a county noted as being negatively affected by NAFTA, based on job losses and the unemployment rate of the county.
  9. Diaster Loans
    SBA disaster loans can be used to repair or replace the following items damaged or destroyed in a declared disaster: real estate, personal property, machinery and equipment, and inventory and business assets.