If you are seeking to
finance a commercial real estate development project and do not have a capital
funding plan proposal, then you have arrived on the web site where
you can access the help you need. One of Rainmaker's core services is the creation of capital funding plans for
commercial real estate development projects nationwide. Rainmaker
has the skills and expertise to help you create a capital funding plan
that has all the necessary elements, plus eye-catching graphics, charts
and spreadsheets - the perfect document for commencing the capital
finance solicitation cycle for your project. Take
a moment and download a sample plan and compare it to your
efforts. If you find yours to be wanting, then you need Rainmaker
to come in and start with the creation of the "four corners".
The four corners of every successful
institutional placement include:
The Economics. The
fundamental project economics have to make sense in terms of overall
earnings potential, timing of the earnings payout, debt service coverage,
etc. If it doesn't, then the answer is no. Turn to Rainmaker to solve these issues the first time.
The Project Team. The
project team all have to have the prerequisite experience for the type of
project being undertaken. It's as simple as that. If you don't
have the right project team, we'll tell you and proffer some suggestions on
what can be done to remedy it.
The Capital Funding Plan.
The cornerstone. Rainmaker focuses on creating "table-top
transactions" where all the money is sourced and available for closing
simultaneously. This is our signature service, where the brilliance and
creativity that is unique to Rainmaker truly shines through. The plan
isn't complete without the exit strategy because we have to know how we are
getting out - before we get in the deal. Click
here to take a peek at a capital funding plan.
The Due Diligence. The project must demonstrate
it is supportable. Market, finance, business operations, strategic
planning, offering memoranda, etc. They all have to work in harmony,
one supporting another and all based on market. Rainmaker is the due
diligence consultancy to turn to when it has to be done right the first
Goes Into An Underwriting?
The Rainmaker approach is truly
a comprehensive assessment with 66 exhibits collected on every project
that cover every aspect of the development, construction, operations and
regulatory matters. Collateral, credit and capacity underwriting reviews
are conducted using CREFC underwriting standards in addition to a
complete default risk analysis on term, maturity and technical default
risk profiles. Our typical underwriting report on a new
construction project will easily exceed 500 pages and catalogue all
transaction documents, plans and specifications.