Since 1977, Ocean Pacific Capital has helped its clients obtain the best private school construction financing. Our experience and knowledge allows us to efficiently approve your loan request and acquire the necessary financing at a competitive rate.
With the rise of population continually outpacing the ability of district school boards and local governments to provide sufficient governmental and educational facilities, let alone good teacher to student ratio, there is a need for quality educational institutions. Whether you are deciding to renovate an existing private school facility or to construct a new one, it can be a difficult and complex process for real estate developers and school leaders, such as safety, design issues, and operations. Some other issues to consider are the condition of the school’s existing structure and the need for space for growing enrollment. These factors go along with a measure in a 2002 session that was passed by law makers allowing private schools to use tax-exempt special purpose revenue bonds to get affordable financing for capital projects. Not only will this benefit the economy, but also the community. We offer private school construction financing starting at $500,000 to $50 million plus at competitive interest rates.
Our experience in this industry allows us to better serve you. We understand that capital is an integral part of your project. That is why we strive to not only exceed your expectations in a cost efficient manner, but also to ensure that your private school construction financing follows through. Call us today at 1-800-595-1474 or fill our online application form so we can help you immediately.
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