Ocean Pacific Capital offers a nationwide lending advisory approach to managing financing for your assisted living facility. We've offered healthcare real estate financing for assisted living facilities for the past 31 years.
Healthcare real estate loans include assisted living facilities, independent care facilities, skilled nursing facilities, medical office buildings, surgery centers, not-for-profit hospitals, and proprietary hospitals.
At Ocean Pacific Capital, we offer healthcare real estate loans of up to $200 million dollars plus that are not only competitive, but also offer the very best pricing for assisted living financing.
If you are a borrower, owner or investor looking to finance health care real estate and have found that perfect location to build an assisted living property, Ocean Pacific Capital can also provide construction financing. Ocean Pacific Capital will provide financing on all types of assisted living, senior housing facilities/properties as well as additions to elderly care properties.
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