Large Project Financing
This is a short note to say "Thank You!" for visiting our website. Founded in Portland Oregon in 2000, Commercial Funding International, LLC (CFI) is a boutique commercial mortgage brokerage and consulting firm.
If your company has a large funding need, securing the financing through a traditional bank or other traditional channel can be very difficult. As such, we assist Clients and brokers in their attempt to secure funding on $3M and larger funding requests that may require innovative financing and structuring.
However, our specialty is LARGE PROJECT FINANCING ..... working on $25M (USD) to $500M (USD) and larger funding requests. The overall value that our financial team brings to that assignment is creative thinking, underwriting expertise, and strategic relationships with CFI Contact Lender and underwriting sources that are capable of large project financing.
Please view this Hybrid Debt Program webpage for Start-Ups and Development Projects:
Our CFI Contact sources look for businesses and projects that possess:
- A strong management team
- A viable business plan
- Good growth potential
- Clients with at least 10% of their own equity into the project
- Ability to create value
- Ability to generate cash with acceptable projected net income
- Proven technology (if it is an alternative energy project)
- A clearly defined exit strategy (unless it is a build/hold and operate)
We realize every project is different. So, our team does the necessary business and risk analysis to architect the financing solution that best serves your individual company and project.
We have relationships with Lender/Investor underwriting sources who serve their Clients and who get many projects funded every year. For example, in the last 20 years, one of our sources has facilitated the financing of thousands of projects, representing over $150 Billion in closed fundings.
CFI provides a link to Lenders and Lender/Investor underwriting groups who represent domestic and international banks, pension funds, unions, insurance companies, hedge funds, syndicates, trusts, private accredited investors, and private lenders.