Opportunities For Recapitalizing Hotels

Services for Real Estate Pros with Remington Capital Inc.

There are about $40 billion of hotel properties that are distressed today, and more are expected to slip underwater by mid-year. These are not just large high-priced properties in upscale, urban core markets. The problem is widespread and exists to some degree in just about every market.

Now that's a recapitalization opportunity for you if there ever was one!

The fact is you no longer have to despair over lost commissions if you can't find conventional refinancing for a client's maturing loan because the property value is so low compared to the original debt. Selling a highly-leveraged distressed property at a loss or declaring bankruptcy aren't your client's only options. Remington's investor-driven Distressed Property Recapitalization program can help.

Through DPR, Remington can help you save your client's underwater commercial real estate property by arranging to recapitalize it with a new equity partner and new debt. Importantly, with DRP your client gets to stay in the game until the market turns around - and you continue to earn hefty commissions.

How do we do it? We have the consulting expertise needed to structure the deal properly and extraordinary access to hundreds of capital sources eager to invest with experienced owner-operators in viable distressed properties.

So if you have a client in need of recapitalization or you are looking to finance or refinance a commercial property and can't get it done on your own, give me a call and let's discuss the world of capital options available to you at Remington Capital.


Hunter Brink

Executive Officer

Remington Capital Inc.

(480) 248-9152 :: hunter@remingtoncapitalinc.com


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