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Manufacturing Facility Financing

 

For projects that require more capital than offered by a Small Business Administration (SBA) loan, you need someone as experienced and efficient as Ocean Pacific Capital. For over 31 years, we have helped real estate developers and investors obtain the best manufacturing facility financing for their projects. We offer loan amounts starting at $500,000 to $500 million plus. With these larger projects, we have the financial contacts and resources to access numerous financial institutions to assist you in structuring your deal. To meet the demands of our clients, Ocean Pacific Capital offers manufacturers acquiring, developing, renovating, or equipping facilities to finance their project with triple tax-exempt bonds. Triple tax-exempt financing enables our clients to begin capital improvements at the lowest available costs and to better manage the timing of their capital investments. The advantages of these loans in comparison to the conventional loans are that interest rates are reduced, financing terms are longer, less equity contributions, and depending on the type of project there is an opportunity to obtain a construction and permanent financing in a single loan. Depending on the loan, there may also be a sales tax exemption on materials utilized to construct, renovate, or equip manufacturing facilities. Real estate tax reductions may also be available. To help us tailor a program to meet your demands and cash flow requirements, please complete the commercial loan application, located on our website. Or for more information on manufacturing facility financing or any other type of financing, email us or give us a call today and see how we can exceed your expectations.


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Wall Street Journal
Commercial News

12/5/20

WSJ.com: US Business

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