Benefits of land subdivision loans
Subdivisions are projects where funding is often required. Our land subdivision loans are designed to get your subdivision project off the ground and can scale to suit one, or hundreds of developments. From the initial land acquisition to bringing the new property lots to market, our financial expertise means we can help you navigate your project through each step, no matter the complexity.
One of the benefits of our land subdivision loans is that you can choose from two calculation methods, total development cost (TDC) and the project’s gross realisation value (GRV). Whichever you choose, the loan will feature competitive interest rates and terms that rival even the biggest lenders, along with the financial support required to tackle any subdivision project, no matter the size.
Arrange a meeting with our team today to discuss the best financing options for your subdivision project.
Finding the right land subdivision loan
When acquiring a land subdivision loan from us, you can choose from two calculation methods, TDC and GRV. Whichever you choose, the loan will feature competitive interest rates and terms that rival even the biggest lenders. In addition, you will have the support required to tackle any subdivision challenges that arise during your project, no matter the size.
Subdivision loans based on TDC or GRV
Before the loan can be approved, we will need to assess the costs of the subdivision project, along with the following resell value of the lots created. The total value of the land subdivision loan may then be calculated on the estimated total development costs (TDC), or we may agree to utilise the gross realisation value (GRV) to determine the amount of the loan.
Selecting the GRV calculation method gives you access to a larger amount of up-front capital, but this loan will be subject to higher interest rates. If the loan value is calculated based on cost, the interest rate and loan value will be lower.
Arrange a meeting with one of our team today to assess your plans and to determine the best course of action for your subdivision project.