In search of an apartment mortgage? Ocean Pacific Capital, since 1977, is the nation's largest financier of apartment building loan, multi-family loan, triple net lease (NNN), and commercial mortgage loan financing in the $500,000 to $800 million sectors. We offer financing for commercial real estate across the nation in all 50 states. Ocean Pacific Capital offers recourse and non-recourse apartment loans. Our multi-family apartment loans and products offer starting at $500,000. With our smaller balance apartment mortgage loans, we offer competitive rates for these loans for multi-family properties that possess 5 or more separate units, which can include mixed-use commercial properties that can be financed through a low cost and simplified loan process. We offer up to 90% LTV on these properties. On our larger balance apartment loans, which we offer up to $800 million plus financing, we can customize a loan to suit your needs. Fixed terms are available from 5-30 years, as well as early rate lock, flexible pre-payment options, balloon or no balloon terms. Stated income and low documentation apartment loans are also available. With over 31 years in experience of selecting and fine-tuning apartment loans, our apartment mortgage department will help you select the best loan to meet your needs. We are also a major financier of single tenant and triple net lease (NNN) loan mortgages for various types of office and building uses, such as restaurants, retails, and other offices. We are known not only for our competitive rates, but also our service and efficient and fast close times. Our commercial mortgage loan specialists have helped numerous real estate developers and investors. Email us or call us today to see what we can do for you.
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