For over 31 years, one of Ocean Pacific Capitalís specialties has been in congregate care financing. We can help guide you through the entire process of refinancing, purchasing, or building congregate care, senior home, and assisted living facilities. We pride ourselves on personalized customer service so you can rest assured that we will treat your situation with utmost of care. We are confident we can provide the best congregate care financing solution for your congregate care facility project.
A congregate care facility is for age restricted individuals where the level of service includes some meals and housekeeping. It combines private living quarters with shared living spaces, centralized dining services, and access to recreational and social activities. Many congregate care facilities offer transportation services, personal care services, rehabilitative services, spiritual programs, and other support services.
Ocean Pacific Capital provides customized congregate care financing solutions worldwide. Our success is measured by our clients' success, and our mission is to be your source for the most fitting and beneficial financing solution that helps you achieve your goals. Call us today at 1-800-595-1474 or submit your loan request.
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