Agricultural Real Estate Financing

Harvest Capital Company’s goal is to exceed your expectations of a long-term lender while we guide you smoothly through the information-intensive, sometimes hectic-paced steps necessary to successfully complete and close a long-term commercial agriculture real estate loan on your property. Our long-term agricultural lending process examines your current situation in order to identify viable solutions to accompany your goals. For us, it is not just business…it is personal.

Harvest Capital Company (HCC) utilizes experienced lending professionals with practical knowledge, common sense and experience in production agriculture. Our people understand the many variables affecting your ability to maintain a productive livelihood within the world of production agriculture. Our loan process is designed to work with you to establish a financial structure based on actual experience that will sustain and enhance your operation for years to come.

“It is not always just getting this transaction completed but, rather, structuring you for those opportunities yet to come – those once in a lifetime chances to expand and grow your operation.”
– Brian L. Field, President, Harvest Capital Company

When you choose Harvest Capital Company you can be sure we have your best interest at heart – today and tomorrow.

HCC provides long-term real estate capital for agriculture. We utilize our knowledge of production agriculture and finance to create an unparalleled experience throughout the real estate loan process. Additionally, we provide all servicing needs after your loans are closed such as rate resets, note modifications, partial releases, easements and many other issues that need to be efficiently handled during the life of your loan. Our broad range of financial resources allow us to tailor a mortgage loan to best fit your needs.


FAQs

q box2 What are your interest rates?

a box2 All of Harvest Capital Company’s loan products are priced off of a spread to the yield curve for United States Treasuries. As a result, rates change on a daily basis. Today’s yield on Treasuries can be found at a number of sources including Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal.

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