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SBA Loans

SBA Loans, also known as Small Business Administration Loans, assist business owners obtain small business loans and small business financing with perfect or less than perfect credit. Since 1977, we have assisted in processing almost every kind of loan request and we are proud to continually have one of the most competitive rates and a high approval rate across the nation. Whether it's time to buy real estate, acquire a new business or franchise, increase business working capital, or to purchase new business equipment, Ocean Pacific Capital can help you find the best small business administration loan to meet your needs for your business. We offer from $500,000 to $5 million dollars on most SBA loans; however, we tailor loans to meet your needs and these limits can be altered. Our loans have multiple interest rate options, such adjustable, fixed, and floating rates, no balloon payments, shorter and longer terms, as well as up to 90% loan to value. Whatever it is that you need, Ocean Pacific Capital can help you.

Most business owners that have been previously turned down for a conventional loan by a commercial lender, apply for a SBA Loan. When applying for a SBA Loan, the following documents are usually necessary:
1. A business plan, which is a written document describing the type of business and legal form, including relevant information such as annual sales/revenue, the number of employee, ownership structure, and length of time in business.
2. Complete Business Financial Statements from the past three years and current or interim financial statements.
3. Complete Personal Financial Statements from each owner, officer, partner, and stockholder that owns 20% or more of the business
4. A description of the loan request, such as how the purpose of the loan request, the amount and type of loan request, as well as how the loan proceeds will be used is required.
5. A description of the collateral that will be used to secure the loan, as well as a description of the equity in the business, availability of cash, and the potential to borrow funds.
6. Resumes of those who are and will be involved in the daily operations of the business, such as management.

Our experience with assisting thousands of individuals with the best SBA loan financing nationwide for over the past 31 years allows us to not only acquire the best rates and loan programs for your needs with our access to over 130 different lenders, but also in an efficient, timely manner. Call us today and see what we can do for you!


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Daily Oil & Gas and Wall Street Journal News
11/22/19

US Drops Three Oil Rigs
Posted on Thursday November 21, 2019

U.S. drillers dropped three oil rigs this week, while the gas rig count remained flat, according to data from Baker Hughes Company.

US Frac Sand Supplier Cuts 10% of Workforce
Posted on Thursday November 21, 2019

Frac sand supplier U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc. has cut 230 employees as it grapples with the current challenges in its energy markets.

US Gulf Set for Record 2020 With Oil Production
Posted on Thursday November 21, 2019

The U.S. Gulf of Mexico is positioned for another year of record oil production in 2020, according to Rystad Energy.

$620MM Texas Petchems Project Gets Green Light
Posted on Thursday November 21, 2019

Pictured is a rendering of the alkylate facility Clough is building in Pasadena, Texas. IMAGE SOURCE: Clough

Lack of Credit Is Latest Blow to Shale Industry
Posted on Thursday November 21, 2019

Banks have begun trimming back the credit lines of America's shale producers.

Akastor Appoints New CFO
Posted on Thursday November 21, 2019

Oil services investment company Akastor has appointed Oyvind Paaske as its new chief financial officer.

Labour Pledges Windfall Tax on Oil Companies
Posted on Thursday November 21, 2019

The UK Labour party has pledged a 'windfall tax' on oil companies in its latest manifesto.

Oil Down as Investors Monitor Trade Outlook
Posted on Thursday November 21, 2019

Oil pared its third weekly advance as investors monitor developments in the U.S.-China trade war that has sapped demand.

Oil Prices Surge on Bullish OPEC+ Expectations
Posted on Wednesday November 20, 2019

WTI and Brent crude oil futures showed significant upward momentum Thursday.

NuStar Introduces Open Season for Permian Pipeline Expansion
Posted on Wednesday November 20, 2019

NuStar Energy L.P. has kicked off its binding open season for expansion of its Midland Trunkline within its Permian crude system.

Wall Street Journal
Commercial News

11/22/19

WSJ.com: US Business

Tesla Unveiled a Bulletproof Pickup. Then the Window Broke.
Elon Musk embraced unorthodox design choices with Tesla?s all-electric pickup to wow truck buyers and help differentiate it. But the features he is promising could dent the commercial prospects of the vehicle Mr. Musk has dubbed Cybertruck.

Tech Companies Step Up Fight Against 'Deepfakes'
Big tech companies including Facebook, Twitter and Google have benefited from enabling users to easily share pictures or videos, but they are now working to stem the spread of maliciously doctored content ahead of next year?s presidential election.

Smucker Lowers Sales Outlook
J.M. Smucker Co. said sales in its pet business are dragging, a fresh sign of trouble in a unit the food maker was counting on to help make up for slack packaged-foods demand.

FCC Deals Blow to Huawei and ZTE, Cuts Off Telecom Subsidies
U.S. regulators labeled two large Chinese telecommunications firms a ?national security threat? and voted to ban them from a federal subsidy program, the latest move in a broader push to close them off from U.S. customers.

For 'Frozen 2,' Toy Makers Let It Flow
Hasbro and Jakks Pacific are among the toy makers flooding the zone with licensed merchandise ahead of Walt Disney Co.?s ?Frozen 2,? which opens this weekend.

U.S. Business Activity Shows Signs of Pickup Against Global Slowdown
Business activity in the U.S. is offering signs of a pickup in late 2019, contrasting with more sluggish economic performances in some of the world?s other largest economies.

Trump Calls Hong Kong Protests 'Complicating Factor' in Trade Talks
President Trump called antigovernment protests in Hong Kong a ?complicating factor? in his bid for a trade deal with China and didn?t say whether he would sign a bill passed by Congress supporting the protesters.

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