With over 31 years of experience in the commercial finance industry and access to numerous lending products and services designed specificially for the hotel and resort industry, we are a leading provider of capital to a increasing number of owners, commercial developers, and operators. Ocean Pacific Capital not only provides the best hospitality financing solutions efficiently, but also at competitive rates. Whether you are looking to build and construct new hotels, acquire an exisiting hotel, relocate, or refinance a current hotel, we have the programs specifically structured and tailored to meet your needs. We will also consider mezzanine debt pieces, bridges, and equities. We provide hospitality financing across the nation with loan amounts starting at $500,000 to $1.3 billion plus for larger transactions. Although pricing is based upon the quality of the real estate and the credit strength of the deal, our close relationships to the lenders allow us to have competitive pricing. For first position debt, we offer up 75% LTV and up to 90% LTV with mezzanine, construction, and bridge debt. We strive to accommodate and meet our clients needs so give us a call or email us today for your hospitality financing needs..
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