100% Construction Financing for Net Lease? Yes, Really!

We often find ourselves complacent with “working” results and apply the why fix it, if its not too broken attitude. This applies to the landscaper, email services, car insurance, and even the barber who gives us bad hair cuts, yet we continue to go to him out of habit. But a capital partner? Having the right commercial real estate capital partner(s) can not only deliver more returns into your pocket, it can grow your business significantly.

We recently caught up with the a number of funds we work with to talk through their 2020 lending/investment strike zones. A handful of funds are offering 100% construction financing for net lease developments. If you are looking for STNL construction financing, or Net Lease construction financing and want to take the leverage to 100%, there are well priced financing options tailor made for STNL and Net Lease developments.

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Top 25 Commercial Real Estate Books & Business Books

Top 25 Commercial Real Estate Books & Business Books

To fully understand and thrive in commercial real estate one has to understand much more than the simple “bricks and mortar” that make up a building. A successful commercial real estate broker (developer, investor, or lender) wears many hats and should have knowledge across a variety of different industries and disciplines. 

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2019 NNN Forecast

Contributing Author: Sean O’Shea

As many much smarter ‘guys’ than me (and smarter women, too) are reviewing the last year; and struggling with Forecasts for 2019, at this time, there has been a lot of discussion about Fed Policy on rates and their impact.

Bloomberg had a recent interview with the legendary hedge fund and financial advisor, Stanley Druckenmiller, who was reviewing the last ten year era; and he was critical, then, (2009); and now, (2019) regarding rates and the liquidity implications of the unwinding of QE policies.

We think some useful language, is to characterize ‘asset bubbles’ or the asset inflation that these policies may have created as a real thing. Actually, many are referring to this period as the ‘Bernanke-Yellen Asset Inflation’ period.  

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The 1031 Net Lease Broker Conundrum

Contributing Author: Sean O’Shea

As a Net Lease Investment Advisor and Buyer’s Broker, we face a number of practical challenges in the recent and current Net Lease Market.

Challenge #1:  Accessing net lease ‘product’ or properties that match a Buyer’s stated criteria.  Reproducing the cash flow of their existing asset is a point of departure, only. Then, we need to establish “What is a risk-adjusted return?”  OK, you say, you want a limited risk new investment.  No problem; but since the Great Recession with most compressed cap rates in memory (Higher prices), we have to sort through the “Net Lease Wheat from the Net Lease Chaff”. Continue reading The 1031 Net Lease Broker Conundrum

LDCRE’s Roundtable Discussion on 2018 CRE State of the Market with Jeff Rowlett, Sean Lyons, and Nick Miner

Say I inherit $25,000,000 and it has to be invested in Commercial Real Estate before the close of 2018; where should I invest in Commercial Real Estate?

LDCRE conducts a Roundtable discussion on the commercial real estate state of the market with three leading commercial real estate brokers, all of whom are all in the trenches every day. Nick Miner,CCIM is Senior Vice President at ORION Investment Real Estate, Sean Lyons is a Founding Partner at Triad Real Estate Partners, and Jeff Rowlett is a leading Investment Advisor at Marcus & Millichap serving private capital investors in Chicago, Milwaukee and nationwide. Continue reading LDCRE’s Roundtable Discussion on 2018 CRE State of the Market with Jeff Rowlett, Sean Lyons, and Nick Miner

Spotlight Interview: Mike Marmis, Managing Director YAM Capital

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Mike Marmis is the Managing Director of YAM Capital, a Commercial Real Estate bridge lender. YAM Capital is a privately held bridge lending firm with a focus on lending to Arizona Commercial Real Estate. It offers structured and funded bridge loans from $2M to $50MM and prides itself in expediency and certainty of execution. YAM Capital is part of American entrepreneur and philanthropist Bob Parson’s YAM Worldwide group of companies.

 

LD: What career path did you want to take when you were in college?

MM: My dad was in Real Estate Development so I was always interested in that industry, but I thought my career would take a bit of a different path and after Continue reading Spotlight Interview: Mike Marmis, Managing Director YAM Capital

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