For over 31 years, we've assisted hundreds of real estate developers and investors financing for their project across the nation. At Ocean Pacific Capital, we work with numerous financial institutions that would be able to assit with our clients' shopping center financing needs. Whether you are looking for a purchase, construction, or refinance on your shopping center financing project, we can help you acquire the necessary financing from our lending partners. We offer numerous financing solutions for shopping center, regardless of size. Shopping center financing is available from $500,000 to $500 million with one of the most competitive rates and terms. In special cases, we also offer long-term financing solutions. Loan terms can range from 5, 7, 10, 15, and 25 years term and can be amortized over a periodof 25 to 30 years. Our knowledge and experience in this industry allows us to offer some of the lowest fixed rates and best terms for not only shopping center loans, but also anchored and strip shopping centers as well as mini and large malls. For more information on shopping center financing or to start the process today, email or call us today to speak to one of our knowledgeable and experienced commercial loan specialists.
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