Developer financing for Build to Suit projects is sometimes difficult in today’s market .. especially with the constraints of equity which often seeks returns in the low mid 20% range. The portion of the capital stack which used to be considered as ‘builder’ equity and sought a reasonable 8% IRR coupled with a small ownership interest has changed drastically in this capital restrained market.
However, now developers seeking developer financing for build to suite projects can get what they are looking for. With a new program recently announced by Dividend America Commercial Lending and offered through d-velopr.com, developers seeking development financing for a range of build to suit projects can receive up to 100% financing for a variety of project types.
Developer financing for build to suit projects is available for Student Housing, Big Box Retail, Master Leased Power Centers, Regional Distribution Centers, Manufacturing Facilities and even LTAC/Boutique Hospital projects. The 100% financing for developers and their project even allows for the developer of a build to suit project to leverage the balance sheet of the funder in order to keep the project off their books.
To find out more about this unique opportunity to put shovels in the dirt and break ground in as little as 45 days give the experts in developer financing for build to suit projects a call at Dividend America Commercial Lending. Contact Michael Gross at 404-819-4511 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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