Funding Africa Projects
20 Million USD Minimum.
Serious Borrowers Only.
Standard JV loan package: 5% APR for 10-year term & 40% equity share.
How it works: We assemble, pre-screen, & submit your loan application to a legitimate global investor who is ready-to-lend. If your Project is accepted into their general program, you place a ~5,000 USD deposit to fund second-level background checks. This gains you a formal Letter of Intent with Lender’s proposed terms.
If you accept loan terms, you remit a single (non-negotiable) 30,000 USD payment toward loan underwriting. All other costs can be covered by financing package. Every loan includes an insurance policy to retire the loan in full in case of default.
After full local verifications are complete and JV agreements are signed, your transaction closes in 45-90 days at a legal office near you.
5,000 USD Proof-of-Funds and Full Business Plan/Investor Summary are required to apply.
Our lenders have verifiable 20+ years in the global market. They do business through 5-star banks.
We expect you to conduct full diligence before making ANY payment. We will provide you initial verifications to help expedite.
We submit your application to the lender ONLY when you confirm full understanding and readiness to proceed.
Our industry-leading process produces 90% lender approvals. With us, you never pay a broker fee for “introduction” to lenders. Our commission is paid only when you get paid – at loan closing.
If you can accept the above process, tell us about your project now.
Our Program Benefits May Include:
- Full funding & low interest rates
- No Fee Approval in two weeks
- Loan closing in 90 days
- 5-figure upfront cost for 9-figure loans
While any Pan-Africa forecast risks generalization or oversimplification, most observers expect healthy regional economies to recover — some dramatically in 2021 — from the worst recession in decades.
Fundamental transformations appear well underway: notably from debt to growth focus — and from poverty to middle income within two generations.
Although economic progress was severely limited by Covid-19, real GDP is projected to grow by 3.4 percent in 2021, after contracting by 2.1 percent in the previous year. This projected recovery from the worst recession in more than half a century may be driven by tourism and commodities as the pandemic eases.