Our Case Studies
See how Madison One CUSO has helped businesses across several industries secure the funding they needed to thrive.
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The Problem: The Exceptional Health Care team was seeking competitive financing for the construction of an urgent care hospital in a rural area of Maricopa, Arizona. Their challenge was finding a lender that could provide the amount of financing required for this project on a strict timeline with competitive terms.
Our Solution: Madison One Capital was able to help
navigate the challenges of securing $10MM in construction financing using the USDA B&I program and met the expectations of the borrower’s timeline.
The Result: By utilizing the USDA B&I program for the construction of their facility, the borrower was able to benefit from a longer term, competitive rate structure and no balloon payment.
The Problem: Our client was unable to secure financing through conventional means due to a lack of marina ownership experience and a construction expansion component that complicated the transaction. When submitting the loan to the Small Business Administration (SBA) for approval, the client was denied because the SBA claimed the marina was classified as a passive business.
Our Solution: We determined that the SBA incorrectly applied regulations, but Madison One is always prepared for this situation. Our team conducted extensive research of the SBA regulations, prepared a strong response letter, and provided numerical data.
The Result: Due to the strong response letter from Madison One, the SBA approved the loan for Port Charles Harbor Marina.
The Problem: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, this full-service restaurant, hotel, and marina incurred additional costs to keep high-traffic areas clean and sanitized. They sought out options to refinance existing debt on their property in Topock, Arizona, as well as secure additional working capital to help cover rising operational expenses. The client also hoped to expand with a 25-room hotel but couldn’t get past red tape created by stringent USDA THPO (Tribal Historic Preservation Office) requirements.
Our Solution: After reviewing the complex details of the request, Madison One created a multi-loan plan to meet the short- and long-term goals of the client. Madison One was able to secure USDA B&I financing to refinance the existing debt, a USDA B&I Cares loan for working capital, and an SBA 7(a) loan to construct the hotel.
The Result: Madison One was able to provide Hospitality Investment Group LLC (HIG) with the opportunity to better manage their annual debt service requirements, expand operations at the restaurant and marina, and construct the hotel.
The Problem: Covid-19 had a negative impact on the client, shutting down most drilling operations. They originally sought out options to refinance existing debt and obtain additional working capital to diversify into other industries such as utilities, mining, and infrastructure. However, Rufnex Oilfield Rentals LLC’s current ownership structure limited the growth of the business because minority owners didn’t have experience in the related fields. This challenge highlighted the need for a partner buyout, so the company could move forward unimpeded.
Our Solution: Madison One formulated one USDA B&I Cares loan and two SBA 7(a) loans for the client, which provided the needed funds to refinance existing equipment, utilize working capital for expansion, and complete a partner buyout of the minority partners.
The Result: With the provided financing, Rufnex Oilfield Rentals was able to consolidate equipment leases and loans and generated a tangible monthly savings of more than 30%. Buying out the other partners allowed the company to expand and secure competitive positions in the Powder River Basin and Permian Basin.