Whopper of a Deal

HFF secured a $65 million loan for 99 Burger King properties
HFF secured a $65 million loan for 99 Burger King properties

“Have it your way” might be what HFF brokers said when Jaylor Services secured a $65 million, ten-year, fixed-rate, non-recourse loan for a slew of Burger King properties across the nation.

HFF represented the borrowers, a management company that operates single-tenant restaurant companies, according to a statement from HFF.

Senior Managing Director Mark West and Managing Director Brandon Chavoya secured the loan through Ladder Capital for a portfolio of 99 Burger Kings across six southern states, the statement said. 

Messrs. West and Chavoya were not available for comment; Ladder Capital declined to comment on the transaction.

All properties are leased to an affiliate of Strategic Restaurants, a subsidiary of Cerberus Capital Management, the statement said.

Jaylor leases restaurants on an “absolute net basis,” meaning all costs are passed on to tenants. 

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