Are you searching for the perfect loan for financing your office building? Since 1977, Ocean Pacific Capital has specialized in providing the office building financing. Whether you are looking to purchase, construct, or refinance an exisiting office building, we can structure the loan to best suit your needs.
Office building financing is available starting at $500,000 up to $500 million plus. LTV up to 75% is available with adjustable and fixed rate programs that can be amortized up to 30 years. The best terms and rates are available through your CMBS program which is available for loans starting at $10 million.
Our commercial loan specialists have the knowledge and experience to assist you in structuring office building financing that best suits your needs. Our experience in the commercial real estate finance industry also allows us to procure the most competitive interest rates on the market.
At Ocean Pacific Capital, we can finance single tenant, multi-tenant, owner occupied and office condo buildings. To get started on this process, or to get more information, email or call us today to speak to one of our commercial loan specialists. We look forward to working with you and exceeding your expectations.
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