Retirement Living Developers - Continued...
Most retirement living facility developers focus on the sizzle associated with the transaction and take little (if any) heed of the structured finance issues and capital funding tools that are now appearing to fill the equity gap for a senior housing development program (rental or entry-fee). A void that has yawed open as a result of the sub-prime loan "over-spray". The sub-prime lending market losses have significantly reduced the investment interest of Qualified Institutional Buyers. As is always the case when the great ones are otherwise occupied with their own devices, the little guy in the market can now catch a break and move into the market. The new approach is to provide the same access to individual investors on higher-yielding commercial real estate development project financing opportunities, leaving the Qualified Institutional Buyer market in the dust.
It all starts with how you go about the capital funding of senior housing projects. At Rainmaker Underwriting, the consultants focus on increasing financial investment leverage and providing risk management programs and enhancements to make good investments enjoy outstanding benefits. Naturally, this leads you to consider the potential impact of the direct public offering approach as this can be used to leverage up to $100 million in project construction and development financing.
Commercial real estate syndications provide senior housing developers (and other project type developers and owner/operators) with a whole new level of opportunity and Rainmaker Underwriting wants to be your syndication services consulting solutions provider. To find out more, contact Rainmaker Underwriting today and see how syndications can be part of your brilliant future. We have the tools and the expertise to help you succeed.