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TRACT FINANCING

 

For over 31 years, Ocean Pacific Capital offers a nationwide lending advisory approach to managing your tract financing. If you are looking to finance the construction of a new tract, finance the purchasing of an existing tract, or to refinance a current tract; we will help you analyze your financial situation and help you obtain the tract financing to suit your needs.

With our vast experience in the financing industry, we offer flexible financing options consisting of variable and fixed interest rates, different periods of loan repayment, and loan amounts up to $200 million plus.

Big or small, our financing options are available to all types of tracts. Our passion and goal is to help you understand the loan and financing options available to them as well as the costs and benefits. See what kind of tract financing we can do for you today. Give us a call at 1-800-595-1474.


Whatever your financing needs,
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