Since 2008 Gap Equity Loans has been brokering secured equity loans to ex-pats and locals that need funds to start, complete or expand a project, renovate their home, buy a new car or get that must have item.
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We work with residents and non-residents alike using a similar process as commercial lenders but without the lengthy wait time and our own personal touch. Aside from lending we offer legal and investment services.
Obtaining a loan with us is a lot easier than you might think. Presenting far fewer obstacles than a traditional Costa Rican bank loan. We offer personal service and are truly invested in making your project a success. Using equity, you already have invested in your home or business; a loan can help to achieve any number of financial goals. With common amounts ranging from $25,000 to $500,000 and a typical timeframe of 6 to 36 months.
The same concept applies to commercial loans for companies that need cash in order to finance the development of operations or for commercial property owners in order to provide the necessary maintenance (for example, roof repairs) or perform improvements to their commercial premises for rent that maximize their income for rent.
We specialize in brokering secured equity loans & providing funding for various financial needs in Costa Rica. We assess your request & present the solution best suited for you. Gap Equity Loans is the bridge between where you are today and where you want to take your project tomorrow.
When starting a project of any size in Costa Rica many people run into higher than expected final costs, regardless of how much budget planning was done before starting. This is where Gap Equity Loans can help. Get those extra funds needed to open that hotel, B&B or restaurant in a positive cash flow situation. The same is true for completing home renovations, buying a second home, a new car or even paying “aguinaldo” at the end of the year.