PACE Financing

Secure capital with PACE financing.

Property Assessed Clean Energy, or PACE, offers commercial developers low-cost, long-term financing for 100% of the cost of energy efficiency, renewable energy and water conservation improvements.

PACE loans are attached to the property—not the individual—making it an excellent fixed-rate, non-recourse alternative to mezzanine debt and third-party equity. The loan is repaid through a special assessment levied against the property and collected with the property’s tax bill.

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We’re committed to helping you find the financing you need. As a leading PACE lender, we have extensive experience partnering with program administrators, property owners, contractors and developers to provide millions in funding.

We can provide PACE financing for up to 20% of an eligible project’s total cost.

Click here for a list of Twain funded PACE projects.

PACE Financing with Twain Financial

PACE works well with projects of all kinds.

Depending on the jurisdiction, most commercial properties are eligible for PACE. It’s a great solution for funding new construction projects, as well as upgrades to retrofits, historic rehabilitations and gut rehab projects across a wide range of industries.

  • Hospitality & Hotels
  • Historic Rehabs
  • Industrial Spaces
  • Multi-Family Residences
  • Stadiums & Arenas
  • Retail Spaces

Problems? PACE could be the answer.

  • I want to finance my hotel development.
  • I want to replace third party equity or mezzanine debt.
  • I need to find the capital to fund my new development.
  • I want to make cost-efficient upgrades to my rehab.
  • I’m looking for non-recourse loan options.
  • I want a fixed-rate, long-term loan to fund my project.
  • I want an experienced and knowledgeable financial partner.

PACE financing may be the perfect fit for your project.

Tell us what you’re working on and we’ll help you secure the funding you need.

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