Since 1977, Ocean Pacific Capital has been an expert in providing conventional lending across the United States and the rest of the world on loan requests for the best mini storage financing. We will provide financing on all types of mini self storage facilities, and will work with you to provide the right loan structure for your situation whether it is a purchase, refinance, or construction.We have financed mini storage facilities that are being leased up, are already fully leased, or have yet to start construction.
We specialize in providing permanent mini storage financing for all types of projects. Fixed or adjustable rate options are available depending on your need. If you are purchasing a self storage facility that is struggling and needs to be turned around we can offer you a loan based off future projections.
Available loan structures include LIBOR-based floating-rate loans as well as more traditional long-term fixed-rate loans. We have also successfully structured LIBOR floaters with a fixed-rate conversion option that borrowers can exercise at will during the loan term. Earn-out structures are also possible for those properties yet to achieve their full income potential.
Call us today at 1-800-595-1474 or fill out our online form. For over 31 years, Ocean Pacific Capital has been the premier source for providing mini storage financing.
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