US Capital has provided and advised on over $4 billion in debt and equity financing for businesses serving the real estate and construction industries.
Investors—including Wall Street—helped to drive up home prices during the pandemic, with double-digit appreciation. While parts of the US housing market are in transition, the numbers show that the market remains resilient, even if costly. Real estate and construction continue to offer strong growth opportunities, but taking advantage of these opportunities also requires significantly higher levels of capital expenditure. Structuring and securing the right business financing are therefore essential.
Our real estate finance team at US Capital understands the industry and the challenges owners and developers face. The firm has deep experience in financing businesses across a wide range of real estate sectors, including residential, commercial, and industrial, as well as in the hospitality industry.
“US Capital has a reputation for being an innovator in the real estate and construction financing space,” said Jeffrey Sweeney, Chairman and CEO at US Capital. “The group has already provided over $4 billion in financing and advisory for middle market businesses that serve the real estate and construction industries.”
“The US Capital group has a history of successful closings in the commercial and residential real estate sectors,” said COO and Managing Partner Charles Towle. “In many cases, we are able to structure and provide financing from our own balance sheet, through our private investment funds, offering flexibility and efficiency in all our transactions.”
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