Since 1977, Ocean Pacific Capital is an independent loan originator, a commercial mortgage banker, who has assisted numerous clients obtain commercial mortgage loans that are the cheapest in the marketplace for the particular deal. Because every commercial mortgage loan is different, an experienced commercial mortgage banker can find the right loan and structure the loan properly so that loan is funded. With over 31 years in experience, Ocean Pacific Capital makes it easier for their commercial mortgage borrowers to find the obscure, but attractive commercial lender that are unknown to most borrowers. We find the loan that suits your needs and stay with you throughout the process to ensure that everything is running smoothly. Real estate developers and investors need a commercial mortgage banker that specializes in commercial real estate financing nationwide. We are that entrepreneurial business that services all the mortgage banking need in the commercial real estate world. For more information or to get started on this process today, email or call us to speak to one of our commercial loan specialists.
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