In this episode, learn what blanket loans are and how to utilize them to secure the best terms and free up your buying power. Learn how to keep your personal debt ratios in check so you can still buy properties in your personal name and have more funding options.
In this episode of the Investor Financing Podcast, Beau and his good friend Vinney Chopra sit down to share a few important tips for financing multifamily property deals.
If you are looking to generate huge returns in the form of rental income, then this episode is for you!
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In this episode of the Investor Financing Podcast, Beau invites Rohun Jauhar to talk about how he entered the multifamily investing game and hasn't looked back since. Rohun, a former Silicon Valley VC who has worked with Facebook and GE, is the co-founder of JT Capital which manages a $500-million multifamily investment portfolio.
Learn about his insights on how you can make things possible through multifamily investing.
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In this episode of the Investor Financing Podcast, Beau and Vinney sit down with Sacramento-based real estate financing guru Sara Jung to talk about investment opportunities in the multifamily sector.
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Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) is an innovative financing tool which building owners and developers can use to upgrade their building's energy performance, install renewable energy systems and reduce resource consumption with no money down and with the financing repaid through their property's tax bill. (Typically, not always)
The program provides access to long-term financing, over and above the bank’s primary loan, for specific building measures that have a quantifiable positive impact on energy savings. These building systems include heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, lighting, windows, roof, insulation/envelope, plumbing, solar, and geothermal (among others).
Because these items generate energy savings, the designers of PACE realized these savings in the future could be used to reduce the cost of capital in the present. The key innovation, which allowed PACE to have a lower risk profile – and, thus, more sponsor-friendly terms than mezzanine debt, is repayment through the property tax assessment.
In this episode of the Investor Financing Podcast, Beau invites Brentwood, CA-based real estate investor Derek Clifford to talk about how he got started in the field all while working a W2 job.
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