Since 1977, Ocean Pacific Capital has specialized in acquiring the best RV park financing for its clients. Our experience in RV park loans and financing give us the upper hand in helping our clients obtaining financing because of our knowledge and experience of the industry. For current owners who are looking to refinance to improve their commercial property and business, we offer $500,000 to $50 million plus on 1 to 20 year repayment schedules at excellent and competitive rates. We also offer fixed and adjustable rate programs as well as cash out for any reason. For prospective owners looking to purchase an RV Park or campground, we also offer competitive interest rates with a 20-year amortization, competitive terms and conditions with 2, 5, and 10 year fixed interest rates. From our experience, we know that this can be a frustrating and challenging process to not only obtain RV park financing, but to manage the project and ensure that deadlines are being met. We can customize a RV park financing program to fit your individual needs. We have a broad spectrum of lending products available so if you are considering or looking for financing for campgrounds, retails, self storage parks, office buildings, or mobile home parks, we have it! We can provide funding solutions for all loan types of commercial properties. Email us or call us today to see what we can do for you.
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