C-PACE stands for Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy. It's essentially a financing program that can boost your leverage on a commercial property in exchange for making it more energy efficient.
Capital formation is the process of sourcing money to deploy into a deal.
StackSource launches new features for hotel financing to meet the opportunity for refinancing and acquisition deals post-COVID.
Unless you own several multifamily properties already, underwriting operating expenses for a new property can be daunting. Here's a beginner's rule of thumb.
How to get more than the typical leverage for a commercial real estate deal, including the true 100% LTC loan.
The story of StackSource's new public fundraising campaign on WeFunder.
Click. Quote. Analyze. It's time this industry cut out the nonsense for multifamily loan quotes.
Once you know a lender's strike zone, getting the deal done with the best rate and terms requires a deal champion.
It comes down to this: strong sponsors are storytellers and relationship builders.
Relationships with lenders are a wonderful thing. But don't put all your eggs in one basket.
A guide to the various titles and nuances of professionals who arrange commercial financing for a fee.
“We can go up to 75% leverage”. But that might not mean LTV. Here's how to know.
How to negotiate with lenders, part two
First post in the new Negotiating with Lenders series. First up: know the motivation of who you are targeting to negotiate with.
The 90s ushered in the combo guard role that ultimately led to a "positionless" league. Real estate uses are primed for a similar evolution.
Want to scale your real estate empire? Here are the five areas to master.
A simple breakdown between all the major different mortgage categories, from conforming, to nonconforming, to commercial.
An explanation of this key commercial real estate term, and an example of how different investors get paid out on a deal.
Our commercial real estate market has been on a wild ride this year. Here's the data on different asset classes value returns and rent collections.