Are you looking for the best commercial hard money financing? We are the nation's leading hard money provider that focuses on bridge loans for commercial property and raw land development that possibly hold bankruptcy and foreclosures. A hard money acquisition loan is used to acquire real estate using the loan proceeds.
Our experienced and knowledgeable financing experts know the ins and outs of the equity-based commercial hard money loans of $500,000 to no upper limit. We can help you obtain the best commercial hard money financing that you need, allowing our borrowers with assets to obtain the loans that they need immediately. Our team has the experience to process and close all types of fast hard money loans, including small and large acquisition loans, bridge loans, mezzanine loans, and construction loans and financing.
We also offer hard money acquisition and development loan, which can be used to acquire and develop real property. An asset based hard money is used for any purpose where collateral, such as assets, are utilized for security. The hard money bridge loan is utilized for a shorter period of time until a more permanent loan is in place. Bridge loans provide a timely acquisition or business opportunity because it is a perfect hard money answer. It allows an investor or business owner to act quickly through acquisitions, buy-outs, foreclosures, cash outs, construction, and commercial properties.
We also offer hard money construction loans, which can be used to construct buildings and improve real property with the land improvements acting as collateral for the loan. Our experience in this industry allows us to offer the lowest and most competitive interest rates with fast turn around time. Depending on each case, we offer up to 80% loan to value ratio.
Ocean Pacific Capital is your source for all commercial hard money financing, whether you are looking for the best hard money lending or any other specialized loan programs to fit all of our clients' needs. To get started on this process today, or for more information, call us today to speak to one of our experienced commercial loan specialists.
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