Construction Financing: Utilizing Tax Credits, Tax Increment Financing, EB-5 Visa Program and Crowdfunding Websites

strafford

The construction industry is in an upswing, but traditional financing is not as readily available as it was pre-recession. Savvy industry insiders continue to seek opportunistic sources of financing to increase their return on investment and have greater flexibility, driving a new era of innovation in real estate finance.Tax credits (NMTC, HTC, LIHTC), crowdfunding and EB-5 financing are becoming more common and tax incremental financing can be a viable source of financing for urban redevelopment projects. Crowdfunding websites have become a robust alternative source of mezzanine financing that can fill the construction-lending gap left by banks and traditional lenders.
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When many people start the process of buying a home, they assume that 20% down is required. However, that's not always the case. Here's some advice for getting a mortgage with less than a twenty percent down payment.


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REALTOR SAFETY

breakthroughbroker

It is easy to forget we must consider our safety as real estate agents, but the truth is, the world is not always a safe place. In this on-demand webinar Breakthrough Broker's President, and retired police offer, Eric Sachs shares unique safety perspectives law force officials consider that you may be overlooking as an RE agent.
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Real Estate Investment and Capital Markets

NAIOP

Real Estate Investment and Capital Markets examines at an intermediate to senior level the intersection of real estate space markets and real estate capital markets by exploring in depth the Four Quadrants of Real Estate Finance: (1) private debt, (2) public debt, (3) private equity, and (4) public equity, and their application to real estate space markets, as well as exploring derivative markets that involve real estate.
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Unique Challenges with Condominium Development in Urban Areas

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Oftentimes insufficient time is factored in for project design and technical review and obtaining required government approvals. Developers may also not fully appreciate the challenges that will be faced in funding the development, structuring the condominium regime and negotiating with associations and surrounding property owners to address title, easement and cost-sharing agreements. Additionally, operational issues associated with an urban condominium development, such as parking, transportation, use restrictions, public space enjoyment, integration of different types of users and ongoing cooperation with governmental agencies, can present ongoing challenges.
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Opportunity Zone Deals, Separating Facts From Fiction

KBKG

Opportunity Zone Deals, Separating Facts From Fiction: An Interactive Discussion with Thought Leaders in the Opportunity Zone World, discussing the real estate, tax, and fund structuring considerations to get deals funded and closed in today’s marketplace.
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When many people start the process of buying a home, they assume that 20% down is required. However, that's not always the case. Here's some advice for getting a mortgage with less than a twenty percent down payment.

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