Are you finally ready to purchase that first golf course, or even add a driving range to your fifth or upgrade to a 50-car fleet? Ocean Pacific Capital can help bring your ideas to life with the best golf course financing.
For over 31 years, golf course owners, investors and developers in North America and around the world have turned to us to finance their ideas, both big and small.
Golf course mortgages is one of our specialties so we understand the unique revenue streams and debt requirements for all types of courses. Unlike many banks and traditional capital sources, which view golf courses as complex and risky real estate transactions, we recognize that a course is actually a retail, cash-flowing retail operationóand we finance it as such. The bottom line is you get a better deal and a better business partner.
As experts in the golf course industry, Ocean Pacific Capital offers flexible golf course financing options consisting of fixed and variable interest rates, various length of loan repayment, and loan amounts starting at $2 million up to $200 million plus. Call us at 1-800-595-1474 to talk to a golf course finance specialist today or submit a quick information form.
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