Are you looking to purchase, refinance, or build a retail shopping center? Ocean Pacific Capital has been an expert in retail financing for over 31 years and will help you understand the best available financing options as well as the costs and benefits specifically for your situation.
The retail shopping center provides an excellent introduction to commercial income-producing property. Retail property management requires more knowledge about tenants' businesses than management of any other commercial income-producing property; often the income from the property is directly related to the success of the tenants' businesses.
Shopping center properties are relatively easy to classify by size and retail market orientation. Once the property has been classified, an analyst can identify the tenant mix, physical requirements, and operating characteristics of each type of property.
Since 1977, we have been a leader in retail financing. Simply fill out our simple information request form and a friendly and experienced commercial loan officer will contact you immediately or call 1-800-595-1474 to speak with us.
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