Sponsors seeking $18M bridge loan secured by NC Golf Club & Resort (As-Is Appraisal $44M July 2013)

North Carolina residential/resort golf community (an hour from the Charlotte airport) suffered distress during the recession and original owners have become exhausted with project. It has over $70 million in infrastructure and construction costs already invested in it.

Sponsors, with experience in large-scale mixed-use urban and suburban developments, are acquiring all assets (4600-acre property with approximately 1,500 developed acres and 3,100 acres to be developed) and revitalizing development, which includes a 5-star Radisson Blu. Seeking bridge loan of $18M collateralized by property (as-is value of $44M from July 2013 3rd-party appraisal) to pay off a bridge loan and finance sales and marketing.

Term and rate expectations for $18M bridge loan: 1-3 years, 11% annual interest pre-paid at closing. 2 points paid at closing to lender.

Sponsors are quickly looking for a fairly strong LOI, contingent commitment letter, or some other indication of interest.

Summary and details available upon request.

Thank you,

Tony Phan
Next Realty Capital

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We can help.  Please send an executive summary to Walexandre@masseigroup.com



Mr. Phan:

Please forward the Executive Summary. Primetimefinancialconsultants@gmail.com

I have numerous lenders willing to fund this deal. With email please provide phone number.

Ann O'Rourke



Mr. Phan,

Please email executive summary to email below.  I would appreciate the look.

Thank you.

Jared Rine

209 481 0514



Please email a summary of the transaction to me at mdeibel@knightheadfunding.com.  I am a private equity lender based in Stamford, Connecticut and this sounds like it may fit our criteria nicely.  You can reach me at (203) 327-3327.

Best Regards,


Appreciate all the responses.
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