Since 1977, Ocean Pacific Capital has been a leader in the commercial mortgage industry, and one of our specialities has been in medical facility financing.
We specialize in financing medical facilities of all sizes throughout the nation whether it is financing to construct a new facility, to purchase an existing one, or to refinance. Our knowledge of who the best lenders are in the market is unsurpassed. As a result, our time is spent on negotiating the best loan for your situation instead of looking for one. For your medical facility financing needs, we can be a trusted source with our knowledge and expertise in the area. Our loan amounts range from $2 million up to $200 million plus, and offer
Our personal and quality service, and over 31 years of experience, will make you feel comfortable that you are obtaining the best medical facility financing in the world. Call us today at 1-800-595-1474 or fill out our online form.
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