Ocean Pacific Capital is the nation's premier source of the best post office financing. Post offices are a unique niche in the world of commercial real estate. Post offices make very good investments but most commercial property investors are actually unaware they can be bought. The United States Postal Service only owns 3,691 out of the 30,000 + post offices in the nation.
Ocean Pacific Capital can provide maximum leverage long-term post office financing to developers and investors. Our programs are based on the credit worthiness of the Post Office rather than the value of the real estate on which conventional bank loans are based. Our specialized credit tenant post office loan programs will provide you with up to 20% more loan proceeds than a traditional bank/lender loan, on a non-recourse basis.
Furthermore, our programs, unlike shorter term five to ten year bank loans, are all self-amortizing over the term of the lease, which removes the inherent refinance risk in bank financing. Because credit based loans amortize over the term of the lease, the borrower will own the property free and clear at the end of the loan.
Call us today at 1-800-595-1474 to discuss all your post office financing options with one of our experienced commercial loan officers. Our personal attention to every clients' unique needs ensures you will get the best financing program for your project. We measure our success by the success of our clients.
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