Ocean Pacific Capital understands the importance of a grocery store in a community, whether it is a family-owned and independent grocery store or a well-known large supermarket. Especially in rural communities without the existence of a grocery store, finding the best grocery store financing can be complex. At Ocean Pacific Capital, we specialize in flexible, high leverage financing for grocery stores across the United States. Since 1977, we have helped many grocery store owners, whether independent or franchise, obtain the necessary financing. We offer loan amounts ranging from $500,000 to $100 million plus and loan-to-value ratios of up to 90%. Based on the credit ratings offered by the government, the better the rating, the lower and more competitive the rate (AAA-AA rating). Regardless of the credit ratings, Ocean Pacific Capital still offers one of the most competitive rates on commercial loans. Loan terms are available from 5, 10, 15, 20, and 30 years. Call us or email us today and see what we can do for your grocery store financing needs!
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