Looking for a commercial construction loan? For over 28 years, Ocean Pacific Capital has prided itself on finding its clients the best suited commercial construction loan from an efficient and cost perspective. Our nationwide commercial construction loan department offers a variety of commercial construction options for purchase, refinance, construction, short and long-term financing. We fund all commercial construction loans from $500,000 to $1,300,000,000. If you are looking for a commercial construction conduit, commercial construction mezzanine, or commercial construction financing, whether you are in California, or in any other state, with good or bad credit, we can help you find the commercial construction loan program that meets your unique and individual needs.
We offer commercial construction loans on any of the following property types, but not limited to: shopping centers, apartments, commercial centers, industrial buildings, strip centers, mobile home parks, subdivisions, office buildings, mixed use centers, senior housings, hotels, golf courses, and lot loans. Commercial construction debt coverage ratios are as low as 1.05 to 1.35. We also offer adjustable and fixed programs on commercial construction loans. Commercial construction loan to cost up to 100% as well as loan to value up to 90% ratios. 5,10, 20, 25, to 30 year financing is available for commercial construction financing. We offer commercial construction loans with loan amounts starting at $1 million to $1.3 billion.
For more information on a commercial construction loan or to obtain a commercial construction loan, please contact us. For a listing of our recent commercial construction loan closings, please click HERE.
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