Arizona’s Premier Hard Money Lender
We provide hard money loans in Arizona, California, Colorado and Nevada.
Not Your Typical Hard Money Lender
Our ability to quickly comprehend and underwrite simple and complex real estate transactions gives us a competitive advantage over other hard money lenders and traditional lending sources such as banks and insurance companies. INCA loans are provided from our own private investor capital funds and because of our extensive experience, we can evaluate projects and provide a timely answer to the loan request within 48 hours of receipt of information. Property types we finance include Residential, Multi-Family, Commercial buildings (office, retail, storage and industrial) and land parcels related to those real estate products in loan amounts from $250,000 to $15 million. Check out our Ultimate Guide to Hard Money Lending for more details.
Real Estate Experience
Many private lenders (also known as hard money lenders) are finance or technology generalists. The principals of INCA Capital are not only subject matter experts but have been intimately involved in real estate since the early 1980’s including developing, building, banking and auditing real estate assets. The INCA principals combined real estate experience exceeds 65 years with brand name companies, including more than 40 years in private lending.
Based in the Western United States
Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, INCA Capital is one of the premier private money lenders serving Arizona, California, Colorado and Nevada. The principals of INCA Capital have financed more than $1 Billion in private money loans and financing transactions.
Total Dollar Amount Funded
Quick Bridge Closing
Greater Phoenix Area
This deal needed to close quickly as the Buyer’s permanent financing had been delayed so they came to INCA for financing. We closed this loan in 10 days, and provided a short-term loan of 90 days, allowing the Borrower the time needed to finalize the terms of their permanent financing.
Greater Phoenix Area
Two vacant retail buildings (most recently Circuit City and Bed Bath and Beyond) consisting of more than 100,000 square feet had been sitting vacant for years in the East Valley. Borrower approached INCA with a plan to strip the buildings down to their shell and then create a large office campus with parking at a ratio of 7 spaces per 1,000 ft.