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Construction global project funding

How We Fund

It's even more simple than it seems. 

Minimum Project Loan Amount: $5,000,000

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CAPITAL POOL PROGRAM IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED.

Checkout the Collateral Program for Financing Needs.

KEYS TO A SUCCESSFUL TRANSACTION

Capital Pool. 

TPA controls vast sums of capital pools through 506(b) and 506(c) private placement issuances. 

Borrower. 

The borrowing entity must have liquid capital availability of 2.5% to 5% of the projects total funding available. 

Regulated.

The program is fully regulated and registered through the Security Exchange Commission (SEC) in the United States. 

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Steps for 
Funding

TPA Underwriting a project for finance
TPA closing your project finance deal
Purchasing your own regulation D 506(c) issuance
Celebrate your project financing closing with TPA Project Finance

1). Borrower Completes Full Application.

The borrower, or the entity that is managing the borrowers funding request must complete a full funding application. 

2). Underwriting. 

TPA will underwrite the file. Site visits to the project by a local inspector may be required and shall be expensed to the borrower. 

3). Acceptance. 

If the project is accepted, the borrower will receive a Term Sheet for Funding. 

Upon acceptance, t
he borrower will have access to the TPA Funding Portal, where they can monitor loan status and disbursement. 

4). Issuance Purchase. 

The borrower is now expected to place funds and purchase units of the SEC registered 506 placement, in the amount of typically 2.5% to 5%. 

5). Funding.

Immediately after the borrower has received units of the 506 placement, they may direct funding to nominated accounts. 

It is the borrowers responsibility to pay interest and service the loan properly.  

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  • Will you help me setup a bank account to receive loan proceeds?
    No we will not. If you do not already have a relationship with an existing bank, we strongly encourage you to consider working with an accountant firm or attorney to manage proceeds. Depending on the size of your loan request, a bank may freeze or hold the proceeds if they are not well prepared. We strongly advise against utilizing a Fintech group.
  • Will you provide me with loan documents to show my bank?
    Absolutely we will.
  • Where will the loaned funds come from?
    From banks in the United States, Canada or Singapore.
  • Does my credit score matter?
    We do not look exclusively at a credit score to determine whether a project funding loan is viable. We do require that each borrower or entity is professional. Liens and bankruptcy's are important factors into determining if a borrower is qualified. What is more important than the borrowers credit score is the background. We do conduct a background check on borrowers. Borrowers with criminal history's or recent bankruptsy's are not looked upon favorably.
  • Will you really fund World Wide?
    Yes we will, to stipulations. We will not fund in any jurisdictions currently under USA sanctions. A US Treasury list is available here; https://ofac.treasury.gov/sanctions-programs-and-country-information
  • Will you fund 100% of the project cost?
    Thats dependent on the program. Our Bridge Loan program can fund up to 100 percent, however Borrowers still need to have the ability to prepay a specific amount of interest into escrow before closing.
  • Why can't I use the funds from closing to purchase units?
    The investor capital pool requires that any active borrower has some "skin in the game", at its stipulated in our SEC registered documents. Contrary to what you may have read on the internet, you will not find any real funding programs that allow 100% funding, or let you pay equity contributions at closing. If you have a project, and you do not have the liquid capacity to complete our program, please do not contact us. We cannot make exceptions.
  • How quickly can you Fund me?
    From the point that the application is underwritten, we can release capital within 72 hours. The likelihood of that happening is not high though, because projects need to be underwritten, title reports completed and closings setup. Its more realistic to say a quick close can be done in one week.
  • What are your interest rates?
    That depends entirely on the project and the geographical location of the project. A good starting point is to say LIBOR + 1%. For projects without collateral and higher risk, the interest rate will go up of course.
  • Do you charge upfront fees?
    We do not charge upfront fees, however the borrower is expected to cover these expenses; - Site Visits : If a site visit is needed on a project, the borrower will be invoiced and the invoice must be paid before we schedule a visit. We try to always use local inspection services to lower cost. - Term Sheet Commitment : A fee of $7,500 is due upon Term Sheet Acceptance. - Collateral Fee: The Borrower needs to have 2.5% to 5% in liquid capital of the total loan amount to place into a National recognized escrow firm before closing.
  • Do you charge points?
    Yes. We charge points at closing, typically between 1% to 2% of the total amount financing. The exact amount will be detailed in the Term Sheet that we issue.
  • What if I buy the 506 issuance and Im not funded?
    At the time that we issue a Term Sheet to you we have set aside the capital needed for your loan in the pool. The only mechanism stoping the capital from reaching your project, is your participation in your own funding round.
  • Do I need to be an accredited investor to purchase some of the issuance?
    Yes you. We've actually found this is has been a perfect way to weed out borrowers who do not have the backgrounds to complete project. To be realistic, if you are asking for a $20,000,000 project loan and don't have accredited investor status, you really have no business asking for that loan.
  • Whats an accredited investor?
    The regulations for accredited investors vary from one jurisdiction to the other and are often defined by a local market regulator or a competent authority. In the U.S, the definition of an accredited investor is put forth by SEC in Rule 501 of Regulation D.2 To be an accredited investor, a person must have an annual income exceeding $200,000 ($300,000 for joint income) for the last two years with the expectation of earning the same or a higher income in the current year. An individual must have earned income above the thresholds either alone or with a spouse over the last two years. The income test cannot be satisfied by showing one year of an individual's income and the next two years of joint income with a spouse.2 A person is also considered an accredited investor if they have a net worth exceeding $1 million, either individually or jointly with their spouse. This amount cannot include a primary residence. The SEC also considers a person to be an accredited investor if they are a general partner, executive officer, or director for the company that is issuing the unregistered securities.2 An entity is considered an accredited investor if it is a private business development company or an organization with assets exceeding $5 million. Also, if an entity consists of equity owners who are accredited investors, the entity itself is an accredited investor. However, an organization cannot be formed with the sole purpose of purchasing specific securities.
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