Project Funding - page 7


Combined, the directors of Development Finance Partners have successfully facilitated over $2 billion dollars in funding packages for their clients and have a proud history of landmark projects and transactions which they successfully structured and settled.
Some examples are provided in the case studies below.

Land Bank – ($11.5m facility settled in 21 days)

$11,500,000 Non-Bank loan approved and settled in 21 days. DA lodged with Council for 117 residential units with Consent Pending from Joint Regional Planning Committee. Client had an option and needed to settle notwithstanding the Planning Risk. Loan was secured and settled within 21 days


Preferential Equity – Medium density development

Experienced developer required Preferential Equity of $2.3m in total to repatriate equity in the unencumbered land and construction costs to date. This repatriation would provide the equity in a subsequent project.


Landmark Project in Melbourne, VICTORIA

Melbourne, Victoria
An interim funding facility to 75% of land value from a private funding source on a stalled 23 unit development. This brought outstanding builder payments up to date and this facility will be refinanced by a full cost to complete construction loan.


CBD Central Property Trust

Private Equity, No Pre-Sales Finance to secure the development of 15 Inner City Living Apartments in Wollongong.


Medowie Woolworths

Funding secured from a significant off shore lender, looking to further establish its credential’s in the Australian market at 83% of GRV on a cost to complete basis.


City Quarter

$300 million in construction finance settled over four years to finance the master planned redevelopment of the Royal Alexander Hospital for Children at Camperdown NSW.


Italian Forum

$54 million club facility incorporating a design, construct and finance solution incoporating 157 Apartments, two levels of retail and commerical tenancies, 478 car parks, cultural centre and library

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