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    • Jackwinder Singh Uppal
    • Resort Financing Short term financing • Capital for construction purposes. • 2-4 years • High interest rates • Road, sewage, energy, water,(some part funded by government/local body) • Building construction, landscaping, interior fit out Long term financing • 25-30 years • Lower interest rates • International and national banks • Real estate investment trusts(REITS) • Insurance companies, Private investment resource
    • Finance for development Two forms Debt without equity Joint venture or debt with equity Construction loans~ commercial paper based on guaranteed 100% loan letter of credit Participatory loan~ Term/Bullet loans~ gives lender control Long term over decision
    • Sources Local and private • Private and joint venture investment resources • Individual investment sources • Travel industry including airlines • Other companies : looking to expand International • International finance corporation • Central/federal government/The World Bank • Foreign commercial bank • Local government tourism organization (e.g. ITDC)
    • Obtaining a Resort Mortgage  Approaching the lender.  Compiling a Mortgage submission.  Negotiating the terms.  Submitting a Mortgage application.  Obtaining a Mortgage commitment.  Fulfilling the terms of the commitment.  Closing the loan.
    • Considerations  Cost  Revenue  Profits  Capital  Taxes  Rebates  Exemptions  Interest rates  Insurance,etc