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HALL Structured Finance Adds Hotel Bridge, Multifamily Construction Loans

HALL Structured Finance (HSF) was one of the top firms in commercial real estate for providing hotel construction loans throughout the U.S., but when COVID-19 threw a roadblock at the hotel industry, the company needed a pivot. The result was the addition of two new programs: a hotel bridge loan program and a construction loan program specializing in multifamily projects.
February 22, 2021
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HALL Structured Finance Provides $15.5M Construction Loan for Multifamily Project in Gregory, Texas

Dallas-based HALL Structured Finance has provided a $15.5 million construction loan for The Glades II, a 144-unit multifamily project in Gregory, located 10 miles outside of Corpus Christi.
January 20, 2021
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HSF Closes Loan on Apartment Build Near Corpus Christi

Dallas-based HALL Structured Finance (HSF) closed a new first-lien construction loan totaling $15.5 million to finance the development of a 144-unit apartment complex in Gregory, 10 miles outside Corpus Christi. The project developer is Tim Torno with Torno Properties, LLC and his LP partner Cleburne Oaks GP.
January 14, 2021
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Take Cover with Our New Bridge Loan Program

In response to the challenges facing the hospitality industry from the COVID-19 pandemic, president of HALL Structured Finance (HSF) Mike Jaynes introduces HSF’s new bridge loan program directed towards hotel owners, operators and developers in need of recapitalizing their property during these challenging times.
November 5, 2020
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Leadership in a Time of Uncertainty

President of HALL Structured Finance (HSF) Mike Jaynes discusses how HSF has responded to the current pandemic that has impacted the hospitality industry, while delving into how the company has pivoted its business model to focus on the multifamily industry.
September 8, 2020
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HALL Structured Finance is on the ‘hunt for larger opportunities’

Hall Structured Finance is looking to finance more than $600 million in projects by the end of 2020, the firm’s president, Mike Jaynes, said. The private real estate lender has increasingly closed on larger deals in the past couple of years. Its typical range now falls between $15 million and $150 million. Jaynes said that the firm is on the “hunt for larger opportunities.”
March 5, 2020
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