Since 1977, Ocean Pacific Capital is an independent and licensed commercial mortgage and apartment financier originating large multi-family loans and commercial loan debt. With a core focus on commercial mortgage loans $2 million and up, we start our loan amounts at $500,000 to $800 million plus. Regardless of loan size, we offer a diverse array of products, commercial lending platforms, and a staff that is knowledgeable and experienced with years specializing in commercial financing. Ocean Pacific Capital provides commercial mortgage loans for both owner-occupied and investor properties. With commercial loans from both bank and non-bank assets, we are able to offer supple commercial financing with 30 year terms, low fixed-rates, higher LTVs, and quick closings. Depending on each case, we also have up to 90% commercial financing available and finance traditional and non-traditional properties. Our long-standing reputation in this business is due to our broker/client relationship and ability to provide a reliable, stable, and competitive funding source for commercial real estate financing. We have efficient closings and work to ensure that our clients obtain necessary commercial financing to fund their project. Call us or email us today to see why we have been in business for over 31 years.
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