Chandler Comfort Inn sold for $7.7 million

Above: feverpitched Real Estate | 28 Jan, 2016 |

The Chandler Comfort Inn sold to a California-based hotel group for $7.7 million, and Tower Capital arranged a $5,600,000 acquisition loan for the purchase.

The 129-room Comfort Inn is located near Chandler Boulevard and 56th Street. The 4-story limited service hotel was originally built in 1997 and renovated in 2012.

The $5.6 million dollar loan was secured through a credit union and represents approximately 73 percent of the purchase price. It offers the borrower a 4.5 percent interest rate, fixed for 5 years, and is based on a 25 year amortization schedule and 10 year total term.

This transaction is the second Comfort Inn that Tower Capital has financed within the past 30 days.

“It was important for the borrower to have as much prepayment flexibility as possible so we utilized a credit union for the financing. Unlike CMBS loans which are typically accompanied by a hefty defeasance if paid off early, and banks which are more flexible but will still usually have a step down prepayment structure, credit unions offer the most flexibility with zero prepayment penalty, as long as the borrower and asset meet the credit unions parameters,” said Adam Finkel, principal of Tower Capital.

Tower Capital is a structured finance firm specializing in debt and equity placement on behalf of commercial real estate investors throughout the country. They offer borrowers short term bridge solutions through their in-house private lending platform, as well as conventional financing through their commercial mortgage brokerage division.

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