Ocean Pacific Capital has been in business since 1977 and has the experience necessary to build, buy, or refinance a movie theater or megaplex. Movie theater financing is a complex process and especially in today's market, getting a loan appropriate for your situation may difficult. We have the experience and knowlege of the movie theater industry needed to get your loan funded.
When dealing with us, you can rest assured that one of our loan officer with experience specific to movie theater financing will work closely with you to meet your specific needs. They will be with you at every step of the finance process and will always be available to answer your questions. We pride ourselves on personalized customer care so your loan will be tailored to meet all your exact needs.
Ocean Pacific Capital provides the best movie theater financing solutions for all kinds of investors nationwide. Whatever your objective is, we can help you structure the loan that meets your needs. Call us today at 1-800-595-1474 or contact us through our online form.
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