Our participant is an institutional investment fund that maintains strong relationships with commercial real estate owners, developers, and brokers to build our acquisition and funding pipeline.
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Our real estate investment structure allows us to participate across the capital structure.
We’re focused is on value creation through property acquisitions, and achieving risk-adjusted returns through the funding of commercial real estate projects that produce long term benefits for all participants.
We do not participate in fund to fund transactions unless we are the lead or have a long term working relationship with the fund.
We provide investors and developers with capital enhancement strategies that are below the criteria set by traditional bank loans.
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We specialize in utilizing a property’s earning potential so it can be used as collateral. This allows us to relax traditional due-diligence parameters and stringent lending guidelines imposed by most banks and other lending institutions.
The circulation of any information herein is for discussion purposes only, we may modify or make substantial material revisions to any representations contained herein without notice.
ACQUISITION SNAPSHOT (Select tie 1 markets)
• All cash
• Closes in 30-60 days depending upon acquisition
• Joint ventures possible
There is no obligation and we look forward to assisting you.
We will not sell , trade or share your information.
FUNDING SNAPSHOT (Nationwide)
I. Small Balance Real Estate Lending: from $250k to $7M, with rates starting at 4.75%, secured through underwriting based primarily on the property’s value and net operating income.
II. Bridge & Mezzanine Financing: from $2M to $50M, rates starting at LIBOR plus 5%, secured through underwriting solely based on the property’s value.
III. Conventional Commercial: from $5MM to $50M, rates starting at LIBOR plus 3%, based on the property’s value, net operating income, geographical location, and sponsor strength.
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