About StackSource

We’re out to bring modern technology to the old-school market of Commercial Real Estate Financing. We believe in transparency, connection, and data.

Our Team

We're a team of technologists and real estate finance experts that have come together to redefine the expectations of what it means to arrange financing on your commercial property investment.

Tim Milazzo
Co-founder & CEO
Nathan Wall
Co-founder & CTO
Andrew Greenlee
Software Engineer
Andrew Bouton
Capital Advisor
Chris Peters
Capital Advisor
Huber Bongolan
Vice President - Capital Advisor
Beth Mercante
Senior Vice President - Business Development
Tommy Lester
Capital Advisor

We're hiring! Open positions:

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Our 1% Pledge

StackSource pledges 1% of all revenue to charitable causes.

We believe that our core work of helping real estate developers provide housing, offices, shopping, warehouses, and more is valuable to society, but we can do even more by giving back.

Andee's Army
New York City Relief
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newark
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Our Investors

Our Story

StackSource came to be when a couple of pairs of jeans heard from some fancy suits how inefficient commercial real estate finance was. Our mission is to bring a new level of transparency and efficiency to commercial mortgage lending that can only be achieved through a combination of software and relationships.

Our Origin Story

Transaction Category Winner

MIPIM PropTech Summit NYC 2016
We're a Techstars company and we've come a long way since 2016.

Our HQ

StackSource Inc.

Flatiron District
New York, NY

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How Debt Yield affects your commercial loan sizing

Under the LTV limit? Check. Above the DSCR requirement? Check. Wait, why is my loan amount getting crunched?
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Modular Construction: The Pros and Cons

Modular construction is increasing as a share of the market, but there are several things to know before attempting it.
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The Loan Constant

For some deals, more leverage means higher returns. For others, lower leverage does the trick. Understanding The Loan Constant will help you determine which applies to your deal.
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