HALL Structured Finance (HSF) is an entrepreneurial, value-add, direct private lender in the real estate industry. We provide capital for ground-up construction, adaptive reuse and major asset repositioning for commercial real estate projects, primarily multifamily, throughout the U.S. Our lending program is designed to provide real estate owners, operators and developers with an alternative to bank financing and is a resource for projects that may be underserved by institutional capital markets.
A robust 2019 construction pipeline doesn't negate the fact that lending is getting more restrained in these latter days of the upturn. We took the opportunity to speak with Mike Jaynes to gain insight into his 2019 outlook for construction financing.
HALL Structured Finance (HSF) provides gap and bridge financing to other entrepreneurial real estate owners and developers for new construction, renovations or repositioning of various commercial real estate projects. HSF pursues opportunistic projects where its liquidity, financial strength and real estate expertise can add value and facilitate completion.
Senior company executives are highly experienced real estate lenders with each having more than 30 years of commercial real estate and financing expertise.
HSF's core management team has been working together for over two decades. For more information, visit visit hallstructuredfinance.com
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