Your search for gas station financing has brought you to the right place. Since 1977, Ocean Pacific Capital has offered financing across the country for service stations, gas stations stand alones as well as gas stations with convenience stores (C-stores).
Gas station commercial property loans are available for the attainment or refinancing of gas stations. We understand the difficulties and challenges real estate developers and investors encounter during this process; therefore, we have the best gas station financing programs available to meet the demands and needs of our clients. We offer loan amounts ranging from $500,000 and up. Our access to over 130 different lenders allows us to offer one of the most competitive interest rates around. Whether owner operated or investor, branded or non-branded, full-service or self-service, we can help you find the loan that you need. Fixed and variable rate options are available as well as 15, 20, 25, and 30 year amortizations. Our gas station financing programs are available for purchase of gas station, refinance of an existing gas station, or construction of gas stations. Our competitive rates and terms as well as our rapid loan commitment and closing time enable us to continually surpass our clients’ expectations.
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