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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Commercial News for 9/1/15
WSJ.com: Commercial Real Estate
FHA Offers Olive Branch to Hesitant Lenders The government is trying to coax banks back to making mortgage loans to risky borrowers, after a string of expensive disputes over a federal loan program led some banks to conclude it wasn?t worth the headaches.
What Should Macy's Do With Its Flagship Store? Macy?s is the latest major retailer to consider spinning off its real-estate assets into a separate company. But first it will have to decide what to do with its prized asset, the landmark building at New York?s Herald Square.
Marijuana Producers Gobble Up Warehouse Space in Denver Area Since voters in Colorado legalized recreational use of marijuana in 2012, growers and distributors have gobbled up most of the available warehouse space in the Denver area, a major logistics hub for companies moving goods between the Midwest and the West Coast.
McDonald's Lands in a Real-Estate Dilemma McDonald?s has told investors it wouldn?t rule out the possibility of spinning off its real estate, but some analysts say the arguments against a REIT far outweigh those for it.
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