ICN is now offering debt financing of USD 1 million and up on major Caribbean real estate, commercial and mining deals. We also have SME offerings in the US and Canada. Ask how you can benefit by contacting us today.
Let Us Help Finance Your Next Major Project
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ICN's CURRENT CAPITAL OFFERINGS
COMMERCIAL LOANS FOR CARIBBEAN AND GLOBAL
REAL ESTATE PROJECTS
If you are seeking a loan of between USD 1 million to USD 1 billion for a real estate and marijuana project - mixed use developments, multi-family properties, land acquisition, hotel purchase or development and more.
Contact us today to see if you qualify.
We also are offering commercial refinancing, purchase or bridge loans
of USD 1 million and up.
Ask how you can benefit today by Contacting us for more details and
let us help make your business dream a reality.
MARIJUANA REAL ESTATE LOANS
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MULTI-MILLION FINANCING FOR
CARIBBEAN & GLOBAL PROJECTS
Various unique financing options in debt and equity capital raise on major projects of US$5 million and up available for qualified developers with mega projects in the Caribbean, the US or Africa seeking low to no interest financing options.
Loans and JV option available or raise money for your project debt and investor free with just €30,000 through our unique bank trade option!
Contact us today for more details.
FINANCING AVAILABLE FOR
MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
USD 500 MILLION AND UP
Low interest, low cost debt financing available for major government and public-private infrastructure development and expansion projects such as ports, roads and airports, oil, mining etc, as well as other mega debt financing needs. Contact us today.
OUR SME OFFERINGS HAVE GROWN
We are now offering:
For Small to Medium Caribbean or Hispanic-owned Enterprises
located in the US or Canada.
Ask If You Qualify
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