Ocean Pacific Capital provides the best strip center financing for both types of strip centers: those without an anchor and those with one. A strip center without an anchor are smaller and usually caters to the residential area, containing laundromats, dry cleaners, video stores, liquor or grocery stores, barber shops, and similar stores. Anchored strip centers are larger and can contain large retail stores such as Target or Home Depot, in addition to those stores found in an anchorless strip center.
Our programs provide borrowers with fast flexible strip center financing options with the lowest rates and fees. We offer stated income, no document, and full document program options to borrowers depending on their individual requirements.
With over 31 years of experience in the industry, Ocean Pacific Capital provides customized shopping center loan solutions for all kinds of investors nationwide, satisfying their strip center financing needs anywhere from $2 million up to $200 million plus. To find out more about how we can help you, call us now at 1-800-595-1474 or fill out our quick form.
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