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Residential Purchase


Embarking on the journey to purchase a home is a significant milestone—one that often represents one of the most substantial investments in your lifetime. Given the complexities involved in acquiring a property, it is crucial to approach the process with preparation and a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies of securing a mortgage.

At Blue Dolphin Capital, we are dedicated to guiding you through every facet of the residential purchase experience. Our commitment extends beyond mere financial transactions; we strive to empower you with the knowledge and support needed to make informed decisions throughout the homebuying journey.

  • Residential Home

  • Multi-Unit Property

  • Vacant Land


Working from Home


Equity In Your Home


A traditional mortgage provides borrowers with a range of options, allowing them to select from various loan terms, including short-term Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMs) to long-term 30-year fixed rates, and everything in between. Typically, traditional mortgages necessitate a minimum down payment ranging from five percent to 20% of the home's purchase price. Additionally, a favorable credit score of over 700 is generally required to qualify for these traditional mortgage options.

  • Lower your monthly payment

  • Get cash out for emergencies and other life expectancies


Commercial Buildings


Business Needs


Our seasoned financing experts are here to guide you in finding the optimal solution for your business needs. Whether you're contemplating the acquisition, refinancing, or development of an office space, or exploring opportunities in industrial, multi-family, retail, or hotel properties, our specialists excel in providing tailored commercial real estate loan solutions.

We cater to a diverse clientele, including investors, developers, builders, and institutional clients. Our commitment is to deliver clear advice and personalized financing solutions, ensuring that your specific objectives are met with expertise and precision.

Whether you are in the market for a new property or considering a strategic refinance, we are equipped to assist you every step of the way.


Trust our experts to navigate the complexities of commercial real estate financing, allowing you to make informed decisions that align with your business goals.

  • Traditional term, bridge, development, and construction financing

  • Secured and unsecured lines of credit and term loans

  • Interest rate risk management

  • Foreign exchange

  • Loan syndication

  • Treasury management

  • Investment management

  • Capital markets

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Modern House

Experience Matters

Blue Dolphin Capital is a leading independent mortgage brokerage that specializes in residential home loans and commercial financing.  With over 25 years of mortgage experience within our team of licensed professionals, we’ve grown through referrals by focusing on doing what’s right for our clients. 

Bringing honesty and expertise to each relationship, we sort through the complexity and work diligently to help you find the best loan program to fit your needs.




Quick & Easy


Initiate the financing process by applying online and kickstart the journey to secure your funding.

Technology & Tools 

We provide you with the necessary tools to effortlessly upload and eSign documents, closely monitor your loan process, and obtain prompt answers to any questions you may have.

Multiple States

Whether you're relocating to Florida or seeking a loan in your current state, we've got you covered. Our extensive network of lenders is licensed in multiple states. If we are unable to assist you directly, we have a robust network of licensed loan professionals ready to step in and help you. Your financing needs are our priority, no matter where you are.

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"Amazing experience from beginning to end!"

"My mortgage concierge was awesome! He kept in contact with my wife and I throughout the process and always called me back the same day if I had a question"

- Rodrick

- Davis



Blue Dolphin Capital, Inc. 

7320 E. Fletcher Ave. 

Tampa, FL 33637



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Fun Facts About Dolphins and Orcas 

These fun facts provide a glimpse into the captivating world of dolphins and Orcas, emphasizing their intelligence, social bonds, and remarkable adaptations for life in the ocean. Whether communicating through whistles, showcasing their diving prowess, or exhibiting efficient eating habits, dolphins and Orcas continue to capture the fascination and admiration of people worldwide.



Dolphins, beloved marine mammals, exhibit fascinating characteristics that set them apart in the animal kingdom:

Diverse Species: Dolphins boast a diverse range of species, with over 40 identified. Among them, the Bottlenose dolphin is the most common and widely recognized.

Friendly Reputation: Dolphins are renowned for their friendliness and social nature, often forming strong bonds within their pods.

Communication through Whistles: Communication is a vital aspect of dolphin behavior. They produce distinctive whistle sounds through their blowholes to convey messages, share information, and coordinate group activities.

Remarkable Diving Abilities: Dolphins are skilled divers and can plunge to depths of up to 1,000 feet underwater. This exceptional ability aids them in hunting and navigating their marine environments.

Efficient Eating Habits: Unlike many animals, dolphins do not chew their food. Instead, they swallow it whole. Their teeth are primarily used for catching prey, showcasing their efficiency as predators.

Maternal Care: Calves, or dolphin babies, stay with their mothers for an extended period, ranging from three to eight years. During this time, they receive essential guidance and protection within the pod.

Uninterrupted Sleep: Dolphins have a unique sleep pattern. When resting, one hemisphere of their brain remains alert and awake while the other enters a state of rest. This allows them to stay vigilant against potential threats, breathe, and maintain awareness even while sleeping.

Orca (Killer Whale)

Orcas, commonly known as killer whales, hold fascinating traits that make them extraordinary marine creatures:

Predatory Prowess: Orcas are the largest members of the dolphin family and are renowned as one of the world's most formidable predators. Their diet includes marine mammals such as seals, sea lions, and even other whales. Armed with teeth that can reach four inches in length, they exhibit remarkable hunting skills, including the ability to snatch seals directly off the ice.

Versatile Diet: While marine mammals are a primary part of their diet, orcas are not exclusive carnivores. They also consume fish, squid, and seabirds, showcasing their adaptability and versatile palate.

Protective Parenthood: Orcas are highly protective of their young, and the pod structure supports parenting. Adolescent females often assist mothers in caring for their offspring, highlighting a social structure that emphasizes collaborative childcare.

Reproductive Patterns: Mothers give birth to their young every three to ten years, following a lengthy 17-month pregnancy. This infrequent reproductive pattern is a notable aspect of their life cycle.

Scientific Name: Orcas belong to the scientific genus Orcinus orca.

Mammalian Classification: Classified as mammals, orcas share common features with other marine mammals, including the need to surface for air.

Group Dynamics: Orcas travel in social groups known as pods, reflecting a strong sense of community and cooperation among members.

Average Life Span: In the wild, orcas have an impressive average life span of 50 to 80 years, showcasing their longevity and resilience.

Size and Weight: Adult orcas typically range from 23 to 32 feet in length and can weigh up to a staggering 6 tons, underscoring their majestic presence in the ocean.

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