For over 31 years, Ocean Pacific Capital has offered commercial financing across the world. We are a leading global, expanding company that offers a wide range of financial services to investors and real estate developers in commercial related real estate assets. We offer lending and mortgage banking, investment and funds managements, and servicing for all of our clients across North America, Asia, and Europe . For complex real estate skill and a broad range of financing solutions and resources, borrowers, real estate investors turn to Ocean Pacific Capital. Offices, apartments, industrials, retails, hotels, we make it happen, offering our clients the chance to fund a greater percentage of the capital structure to obtain the equity financing and hybrid debt. We have the extensive knowledge and experience to implement the investment strategies to focus on the acquisition and asset management of the growth of the property. We have one of the largest global commercial loan financing, real estate investment, and servicing business in North America, Europe, and Asia. Our range of lending programs, allows us to meet all of our clients needs. For more information or to get started on this process today, email or call us to speak to our commercial loan specialists.
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