Financing warehouses has been one of our specialties for over 31 years at Ocean Pacific Capital.
Used for the storage of goods, warehouses are usually located in the industrial areas of cities and towns. Loading docks, cranes, forklifts are used to transport goods in and out of the warehouse. While some of these buildings have workers to help with the goods, others are fully automated.
If you are looking for commercial mortgage programs to satisfy your warehouse financing needs, we can offer you large balance commercial loans, small balance commercial loans, and stated income warehouse loans. We can offer you quick, flexible, and the best warehouse financing, with the lowest rates around. Our quality service will help you to decide upon stated income, no doc, and full doc programs to suit your specific needs.
Ocean Pacific Capital have been in business since 1977 and have extensive experience with warehouse financing all over the world. If your warehouse scenario makes good economic sense, please give us a call today at 1-800-595-1474.
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