For over 31 years, Ocean Pacific Capital has been providing the best senior housing financing all over the world. One of our experienced loan officers will guide you through all the intricacies of the process to obtain a loan for your senior house so that you will obtain the best loan for your specific situation.
There are three basic loan types that provide the necessary capital for senior housing financing of facilities and communities. A first mortgage/term loan has fixed rates for permanent mortgage loans, and commercial banks, HUD, insurance companies and conduits usually utilize this loan structure. Construction/permanent mortgage loans are undertaken additionally by credit companies. As for sale/leaseback loans, REITs are the primary source for this type.
There are key aspects of senior housing underwriting that include an assessment of the surrounding competition, knowledge of the operatorís track record is important for prime locations, knowledge of how the operator is viewed by the state as well as other organizations is important, and so forth.
For your senior housing financing needs, we assure that our quality and personal service combined with our extensive experience will result in a loan specifically suited for your requirements and needs. Call us today at 1-800-595-1474 or use our online form.
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