Ocean Pacific Capital has been obtaining financing for commercial property owners since 1977, with extensive experience in the area of restaurant financing. We provide creatively structured loan programs for restaurants of all types including upscale gourmet restaurants, fast food franchises, buffets, coffee shops, and so much more.
When financing a new restaurant, there are many options to consider. What works for one restaurateur won't necessarily work for another. Factors such as your experience, the size of your business and the amount of funds needed determine what type of financing is most appropriate for your specific situation. We will help you through every step of the restaurant financing process.
In today's market finding financing for restaurant properties can be a difficult and challenging process, which is why you can rely on our services to structure a loan perfectly tailored for your situation, even if you've been turned down by other lenders. Call us today at 1-800-595-1474 or fill our online form to have one of our experienced loan officers help you get the best restaurant financing.
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