Since 1977, Ocean Pacific Capital has been a leader in providing the best office financing up to $200 million plus for investors and developers. When it comes down to occupancy, tenant credit and potential turnover, offices are very much the same as retail.
For offices across the nation and around the world, we provide commercial real estate lending with the best rates and most flexible options. There exists specialized lending institutions that provide office financing in which the property/building is utilized as collateral in the transaction.
At Ocean Pacific Capital, we are committed to providing you with the best experience for you to obtain your office financing. We will work closely with you to provide the right commercial investment loan structure for your real estate property whether it is a purchase, refinance, or new construction project. In many cases, we are able to fund your investment loan based off the future entitlement value. For your office financing needs, call us today at 1-800-595-1474 or use our online form to contact us.
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