About Ocean Capital Lending
Ocean Capital Lending is a Delray Beach, FL based private money lender who offers loans throughout Florida. Their focus is mainly on commercial loans. They will make loans on various types of properties, including multi-family, apartments, offices, retail units, hotels/motels, storage facilities, senior living facilities, mixed use spaces, warehouse spaces, industrial facilities, and medical offices.
Loan Types Offered: Commercial Hard Money Loans
Property Types Covered: Multi Family, Apartment, Office, Retail, Hotel, Storage, Assisted Living, Mixed Use, Warehouse, Industrial, Medical
Areas Served: FL
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Loan Example 1
In order to purchase a new retail space for his business, Tim turns to Ocean Capital Lending to fund his acquisition with a commercial hard money loan since he is unable to obtain a conventional mortgage loan from a bank. The lender contracts to a 65% loan to value (LTV) on the sale and the new property costs $180,000, so they will loan $117,000 and Tim will bring the other $63,000. The terms of the note include a 12 month length, a 13% interest rate, and 2 origination points to be paid by Tim at the closing. By the rules of the deal, Tim will pay an origination fee of $2,340 at the closing (2% x $117,000 principle value) and will then make payments of $1,268 per month ($117,000 principle value x 13% interest / 12 months in a year). Finally, he will make a balloon payment of the $117,000 principle value when the loan expires, or before if he decides.
Loan Example 2
Ocean Capital Lending issues a private money loan to Lilia for a remodeling project in Miami, FL. The deal dictates the following:
$320,000 sales price
50% loan to value (LTV)
6 month term
14% rate of interest
5% origination fee
Lilia plans to list the house when the note expires for $464,000. If she succeeds, the deal numbers would be as follows:
$464,000 sales price
- $160,000 principle (50% LTV)
- $160,000 down payment (50% on 50% LTV)
- $8,000 origination points (5% of the $160,000 principle)
- $11,200 total interest paid (6 months x 14% interest)
= $124,800 total profit (does not include taxes or renovation costs)
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