We provide financial solutions for underperforming assets with project stabilization within 24 months.
We do not compete with our clients by owning or operating hotels.
We have serviced $7 billion of loan products over last 25 years, with no lender liability claim in our history.
Our securitization is (A) rated by Standard and Poors and Morningstar.
We are represented on owner association boards of major hotel bands.
APF's extensive experience in hotel bridge financing, mortgage and CapEx lending, combined with our consistent track record makes APF the leader in this specialty finance sector. Our executive team has more than 100 years of combined hotel financing experience and has an average tenure of a dozen years to establish an excellent reputation and strong performance history.
We are able to make quick decisions and close loans in a matter of days. As one of the most historically active direct lenders in the hospitality finance sector, APF has the knowledge and experience to provide tailored, customized loan and capital lease programs to meet our client's specific needs.
The leading associations and brands in the hospitality industry endorse Access Point Financial as a preferred hotel financing partner for their franchisees. APF offers franchisees financing options & expertise to meet the unique challenges of acquiring, refinancing, converting or renovating hospitality properties.Learn More
Access Point Financial, along with its private equity partner, Wafra Capital Partners, is backed by well-known banks such as Amherst, Credit Suisse, East West Bank, EverBank Commercial Finance, Guggenheim, Huntington Bank, JP Morgan, Key Bank, MidCap and Capital Source, a division of Pacific Western Bank. Banks provide funding to APF because of our proven track record, hospitality franchise financing expertise, and our recognized ability to serve this market efficiently.
Access Point Financial retains a significant equity interest in all loans it finances under its debt facilities.
Since inception in 2011, APF has directly funded 650 loans representing 3.5 billion in asset valuation.Learn More