Ocean Pacific Capital has been providing financing for commercial factory outlet centers since 1977. An outlet store is a retail store in which manufacturers sell their surplus and irregular items directly to the public. Factory outlet centers have been booming since the mid 90's and we have been providing the capital needed to match this growth.
Financing a factory outlet center is often a challenging process. You can count on our decades of trusted experience to structure a loan for your factory outlet center that is perfectly tailored to fit your exact needs, at minimal cost.
We will provide you with a customized shopping center loan solution. Whatever your objective- we can help you structure the loan that meets your needs.
Our success is measured by the sucess of the clients we serve Our mission is to be your source for the most appropriate and advantageous financing solution that helps you achieve your financial goals.
Make Ocean Pacific Capital a part of your finance team today. Submit your confidential loan request here or quick review, or call our executive team directly in at 1-800-595-1474.
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