Welcome to Harvest Capital Company

Headquartered in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, Harvest Capital Company’s mission is to provide long-term commercial capital to agriculture in the Northwest. Harvest Capital Company has become one of the Northwest’s premier agricultural real estate lenders by crafting long-term financing solutions that allow farmers and ranchers to be successful today and prepared for tomorrow’s opportunities.

We have dedicated ourselves to making competitively priced funds accessible to clients in production agriculture in order to strengthen the financial base of the agriculture industry in the Northwest. We are confident that this financial strength can be achieved with a relationship with Harvest Capital Company.

What Our Clients Say:

Kevin & Lori Loe
Triangle Farms
Silverton, OR

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q box2 Will I need to have my property appraised?

a box2 Unless an acceptable appraisal has been published within the past year, a new appraisal will need to be completed. These typically cost from $4,000 to $8,000 per appraisal.

q box2 Do you have prepayment penalties?

a box2 Most of the loans that Harvest Capital Company originates do not have prepayment penalties; however, there are times when prepayment penalties are a necessary part of the mortgage.

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