As a privately owned provider of financing in the global market, Thoroughbred’s clients capitalize on opportunities through our unmatched network of lender and investment partners.
We have established strong, long-term relationships with institutional providers of debt and equity capital, including life insurance companies, venture capitalist, REITS, private equity firms, family offices, Wall Street, regional and international banks.
We value the trust our clients place in us, and we are committed to providing balanced guidance and appropriate solutions for their financing needs. We will always be the best firm for our clients in any transaction.
Because of the broad nature of its contacts and experience, Thoroughbred arranges equity and debt capital across the entire risk spectrum. This includes mortgage debt, mezzanine debt, conventional equity capital, collateral enhancements, and co-investment equity. As is the case with investments, the Firm brings this expertise to its clients as an advisor.
Our lenders have unique/proprietary balance sheet programs. Some of these unique investors will enter into JV partnerships and provide merchant developers 100+% of the cost of “build-to-suit” facilities leased to a tenant with very strong credit on a long-term lease.
Construction Financing Up to 90% LTC
We are originating investment opportunities for a proprietary source of capital eager to invest $10+ million per project at rates that are significantly less than competing sources of capital. Seeking opportunities to fund large-scale, ground-up construction projects that need access to Senior debt, Subordinated debt, or Preferred equity.
We utilize our expansive network of national and international investor relationships to structure commercial equity ventures. Our ability to navigate both the broad mix of available investors as well as the potential complexity of these transactions—everything from direct equity investments (joint venture equity) to preferred equity offerings or subordinate mezzanine debt resulting in an “A” and “B” structure—is critical to creating a successful loan structure.