Refinance a Hotel and Consolidating Credit Cards/Lines and Large Renovation fund in Alaska
Scientific Capital arranges a 5 million loan for the refinance of the independent hotel in Alaska. The complexity of this project was to arrange reimbursement of over 100,000 in working capital, allocation of over half million of PIP (Property Improment Plan), and pay off of the relevant portion of any other loans and liens on the hotel.
In today’s credit market, obtaining any working capital is very difficult as it is considered cash out, a concept of the past when it comes to hotel financing. In some cases however, working capital may still be structured into the loan. As for paying off any loans or liens, it must be proven that the funds for that loan was used for the hotel. Any documentation indicating the original use of funds can be submitted to qualify those loans for refinancing. The cost of the improvement plans can always be included in the refinancing structure as in many cases, obtaining the property improvement dollars specially when it is a considerable amount is the very reason behind the refinancing. In rebranding projects, the PIP cost is fairly high and the key is to make certain that the appraisal takes into account the correct projected revenue and the CAP rate of the subject hotel after the rebranding is complete in order to arrive at the required Loan to Value for the refinancing of the hotel.
To begin the process I was a skeptic, but to anyone looking to do an SBA refinance on your hotel property I would definitely recommend Ramin with Scientific Capital Group. I have never worked with a more tenacious professional. I wouldn’t have made it through the process without Ramin working every detail with my staff. I have done commercial banking work for many years and have not run into anyone who worked as hard to put a deal together as he did. I would definitely recommend Scientific Capital to anyone looking at an SBA program for your property.