We work with people/businesses to fund both national and international projects .Expertise is in medical, commercial, and retail. About half the projects we look for are deals with buildings in some way or another from development, renovations, and expansions. The other half of the projects types range from oil deals, energy,acquisitions,
manufacturing, etc.
 
For national projects we can start at $1,000,000
For international projects we start at $15,000,000
Must have skin in game .10% and up,depending on project.
Terms will be determined on the strength of project.
No up front fees.
We look at each project to see if it would be a fit to have equity or not.
Most projects we will just do loan.
Takes 30-60 days depending on how fast you get the info to us.
Depending on your project we can get some clients to chat with  Joint-partnerships,depending on project.
We also have a SBLC/ BG  funding program via a 110 year old top tier bank in Austria and Germany. They also have affiliates in Canada.

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Richard

like to know how your project is going . do you still need our help.

jim

Jim,

I have several energy projects that I need to get funded all are in the US several are equity 1 is a combination of debt and equity , please get back to me at jrohner55@gmail.com so we can communicate , regarding these deals we are direct to the project owner on all of them. We have other projects that need funding as well, such as a $80 mil solar project in Ca. , so please get back to me and tell me what we can do.

Regards,

James Rohner

I have a large urban master development project with the local municipal government in China including healthcare, residential, commercial retail, schools, retirement communities, etc. Chinese government will provide land and some financing but not enough. I wonder if you are interested in funding. Please advise and send me me info on requirements, procedures, and costs to wz805@yahoo.com.

Thanks,

Winnie Zhou

Hi Jim,

Where are you located? Please send me info on terms and conditions for international projects (real estate and healthcare related) to wz805@yahoo.com. Are you interested in TeleCare,  eHealth, Mobile Clinic types of projects? Thanks.

Winnie

Hello Jim,

We'd like to further discuss your services.

 

Do you have an email address or contact number where you can be reached?

P.E. Group

monacobizgroup@aol.com

I am planning the design, construction and management of a new private sports complex in Ottawa Canada.

Scope: 2 NHL ice rinks, indoor soccer field, fitness centre, restaurant, plus a few other amenities.

Feasibility study is complete and proves this project to be viable and sustainable. Business Plan is being drafted now.

Looking for either a business partner to be a financial backer or a Venture Capital firm to journey with me on this.

I am a start-up so I am limited in funds to get over this first administrative hump. I have already put a lot of skin in the game.

Let's talk!

Thanks

Hello

I'm interested in learn more I have both US and a couple international clients in need of funding. please email me @ j.snively@lakotacapitalgroup.com

how can I contact u?

please email jamesccflynn@yahoo.com

770-956-9576

Can you please send me your loan application procedure/criteria. I have projects in hand to forward to you.

I look forward to working with you in the near future.

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do you have % cash to use for downpayment

Hello

I been fliping property for 15 years with 27 years in the reo rehab business for bank own homes . can you email me your requirement for funding

Thanks You

Kent Williams

Burrell001@gmail.com

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