Late Cycle Insight for Borrowers

DALLAS — To use a well-worn metaphor, we’re in the latter innings of a nine-inning economic game. But what exactly does that mean for developers looking to bring their next big thing out of the ground? As Mike Jaynes, president of HALL Structured Finance (HSF), tells, there are indeed cautionary notes at this stage in the upswing, not the least of which are the ever-rising costs of material and labor– which he pins at approximately 15 percent year-over-year.
September 24, 2019
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As Pressure Grows To Make Buildings More Efficient, Owners Turn To Pace

Energy-efficiency regulations are heating up across the U.S., and commercial real estate developers and property owners are being called on to upgrade their buildings or face hefty fines. Green upgrades are not cheap, and as pressure mounts, building owners are searching for solutions to help them make changes without breaking the bank.
September 23, 2019
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HALL Structured Finance Closes $86.5M Loan to Finance the Construction of a Westin Hotel in Tempe, Arizona

Dallas-based HALL Structured Finance (HSF) announced today that the company has closed a new first lien loan totaling $86.5 million to finance the construction of a full-service Westin Hotel, located in Tempe, Arizona
September 10, 2019
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PACE Financing: Paving the Way for a Greener Future

As a country, we have become more and more energy-conscious over the past several years. Reagan Dixon, resident PACE financing expert for HALL Structured Finance, discusses what this means for the construction lending industry going forward.
September 3, 2019
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Arizona Hotel Development Gets $86M Boost From HSF

Las Vegas’ CAI Investments has signed on for an $86.5 million mortgage from Hall Structured Finance to back a hotel development project it’s working on in Tempe, Ariz., the Dallas private lender announced today.
August 28, 2019
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How 1 Company Is Helping Unique Hotels Find Financing In A Down Lending Market

It's a tough time for hospitality developers. Financing for hotel properties dropped 25% during the first nine months of 2018, more than it did for any other type of property. Banks, in particular, are pulling back their exposure to hospitality lending, leaving aspiring hoteliers searching for alternatives.
August 22, 2019
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