Cambridge Capital Partners, LLC (CCP) started as a consulting company in 1993. CCP’s main focus was locating better than market rate returns on real estate and business assets for family offices nationwide. CCP continues today primarily as a lender and advisor to individuals and companies looking to acquire and finance real estate assets nationwide.
With our relationships with Banks, Private Equity, Family offices and insurance companies, CCP can structure the right financing for you to meet your investment goals.
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* SFR -Fix and Flip | Fix To Rent
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Cambridge Capital Partners, LLC. Provides the following financing services.
Lending on Commercial and investment real estate
Direct private money lender
Private equity, bridge loans, hard money loan
Lender and consultant for fix and flip, fix to rent and portfolio assets
Agency consultant for Freddie, Fannie and HUD loans
Hard money lender
Consulting for family offices
* Business underwriting
* 1031 Exchange
We also purchase value added “opportunity” assets for family offices.
Closing with 3 days up to $120 million
* Bridge Loans
* Construction Loans
* Credit Facilities
* Joint Venture Equity
* Mezzanine Debt
* Permanent Financing
* Preferred Equity
* Term Loans
* Hard money loans
Don’t give away 50% of your project to investors let us provide 100% of the financing for value added properties.
We’ve moved to Florida!
Our offices are:
4830 West Kennedy Blvd Suite 600
Tampa, FL 33609.
Contact us for all of your real estate needs.
Some of our latest assignments:
* Multifamily Value Add, 100% Financing
* Condo Conversion, Clearwater Florida
* Fix and Flips, Maryland, Texas
* Apartment Building Refinance, MD
* Ground Up Construction, Surfside FL.
* Section 8 Conversion, Washington DC.
* Apartment Building Acquisition and Management, FL.
* Capital Raise for C Corp Florida
* Capital Raise for JV Washington DC.
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