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Ski Resort Financing

Ocean Pacific Capital specializes in ski resort financing for your individual needs. Since 1977, we have offered financing for ski resorts across the nation. Our experienced and knowledgeable commercial loan specialists are always delighted to consult with our clients, whether your are an aspiring ski resort owner looking to purchase or construct, or a current ski resort owner looking to refinance your current investment.

Although ski resorts are deemed seasonable, they have numerous advantages as they possess an exclusive development of luxury apartments and hotels developed on a secluded plot over thousands of square miles nestled in the high altitudes of the mountains. Ski resorts are distant from the noise, pollution, and traffic of the city, yet close when you need to get away to the pristine quality of air in the mountains.

We offer loan amounts starting at $500,000 to $800 million plus with the most competitive rates that the market has to offer. Our access to a wide network of lenders allow us to shop for the best rates in a manner that also ensures that we obtain the best ski resort financing to fund your project. We offer up to 90% loan to value financing with mezzanine equity. We have the experience to get the loan that you need. Email or call us today to see what we can do for your ski resort financing needs. We have numerous commercial loan programs that can be tailored to fit the unique needs of our borrowers.


Whatever your financing needs,
we will tailor a loan that's right for you.

 


Daily Oil & Gas and Wall Street Journal News
9/16/19

Iran to Release UK Flagged Oil Tanker
Posted on Sunday September 15, 2019

Iran said that it will release a UK-flagged oil tanker it has detained for nearly two months.

Oil Jumps Most on Record After Attack
Posted on Sunday September 15, 2019

Oil posted its biggest ever intraday jump to more than $71 a barrel after a strike on a Saudi Arabian oil facility removed about five percent of global supplies.

Oil Prices Down for the Week
Posted on Thursday September 12, 2019

WTI and Brent futures declined for the fourth straight trading day Friday.

Trump Tentatively Agrees to Boost Biofuel Quota
Posted on Thursday September 12, 2019

The White House plans to boost biofuel quotas in order to offset refinery waivers.

US Loses Another Dozen Oil, Gas Rigs
Posted on Thursday September 12, 2019

The nation's number of active rigs dropped by 12 this week.

Gas Prices Could Return to Disco-Era Levels
Posted on Thursday September 12, 2019

A vestige of the era of disco, bell-bottoms and stagflation could be making a comeback next year.

India Considers Selling Refining Stake to Overseas Oil Firm
Posted on Thursday September 12, 2019

India is considering a plan to sell the nation's second-largest state refiner and fuel retailer to a global oil company as it explores options to give up its controlling stake in Bharat Petroleum Corp.

Venezuela Cannot Find Vessels to Ship Its Oil
Posted on Thursday September 12, 2019

Exports of sanction-hit Venezuelan oil now face a new concern.

Rig Bosses Try to Win Back Investors
Posted on Thursday September 12, 2019

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Ex-Schlumberger Leader Takes MF CEO Role
Posted on Thursday September 12, 2019

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OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma Files for Bankruptcy
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United Auto Workers Go on Strike at GM's U.S. Factories
Factory workers at General Motors went on a nationwide strike, in the United Auto Workers? largest work stoppage in more than a decade.

AT&T Chief Laid Plans for His Exit. That Set Off an Activist Challenge.
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U.S. Insulated From Possible Supply Shock After Saudi Attack
As the world faces the possibility of an oil supply shock after an attack on Saudi Arabia, the U.S. finds itself in the rare position of being able to help stabilize world markets.

Saudi Oil Attack Is Unlikely to Dent U.S. Economy
The strikes on Saudi oil facilities likely would have a limited direct effect on the U.S. economy, but could result in higher gas prices, potentially exerting an additional drag on slowing global growth, economists say.

China's Economy Aches All Over as Beijing Seeks Trade Fix With the U.S.
Economic activity in China cooled further in August, testing Beijing?s tolerance for slower growth as it seeks to ease trade tensions with the U.S.

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