Shopping center financing is Ocean Pacific Capital's specialty. We have access to numerous creative lenders who can structure a loan for that shopping center that you wish to purchase, refinance, or construct. Many conventional banks do not currently offer shopping center financing and have turned down many borrowers. We offer loan amounts starting at $500,000 up to $500 million plus. Our commercial loan specialists have the knowledge and experience to properly structure your loan to be approved by the shopping center lenders. Our experience in this industry for over 31 years allows us to offer long-term as well as short-tem shopping center financing with very competitive interest rates. We have shopping center lenders that offer adjustable rate programs and various other programs that can be amortized up to 30 years. Our flexible programs also accomodates low credit and stated income for certain shopping center loan sizes. Because we offer loan amounts of all sizes, we are able to accommodate more clients as many conventional banks and lenders don't finance loan requests smaller than $2 million. Email or call us today to see if our shopping center lender's programs suits your needs.
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