Accepting cryptocurrencies in real estate inherently carries some risk, but Andrew M. Ouvrier, a partner at Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP, has some solutions.
“Based on what investors are telling me today, the bid climate is particularly aggressive, putting downward pressure on cap rates.”
Lenders are providing capital in many forms for hotel owners, whether it is equity to purchase properties or creative debt structures to ensure liquidity and carry interest until stabilization.
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