Over the years, ground-up, spec residential construction has been one of Seattle Funding Group of California’s primary and most active loan products. Whether in a gated golf course community in the desert, four blocks from the water in Manhattan Beach, or a house on the sand in Laguna Beach’s Three Arch Bay, SFG knows the keys to successfully underwriting, closing and managing these quality, high-end construction projects.
So when a valued, repeat broker called us with this opportunity in Santa Barbara’s Riviera neighborhood, SFG of CA’s staff immediately rolled into action. It helped greatly that the initial package was so complete, the sponsor so organized, the location so prime and supply constrained, and the thoughtful design so well-conceived. The numbers, the assembled team, the views, the end value; they all spelled success…and were tailor-made for SFG’s spec construction loan program.
After 27 years of disciplined attention to detail, SFG’s construction management staff is among the best in the industry. SFG knows how to underwrite, fund and manage your high-end spec residential construction loan, and our professionals are the ones to call whether your project is in Coastal California, the Pacific Northwest, or on The Islands. Construction financing…at The Speed of Business.
SFG would like to thank Chris Palme for his excellent effort in getting the property contracted prior to completion, and in closing the escrow 48-hours after the issuance of the certificate of occupancy. Thanks, Chris!
“Our spec residential construction project met with several challenges and significant delays. Through them all, Seattle Funding Group proved firm, yet reasonable and accommodating. They could certainly have drawn a hard line, but instead, they chose to work with me, to and through the finish line. More than honorable and fair, we could not have gotten through it without their understanding and valuable assistance. I am happy to recommend SFG, and to speak candidly to their sense of cooperation with clients who are giving it their all while facing obstacles.” -Scott B. in Santa Barbara