Real Estate Investors Establishing Relationships With Private Lenders For Real Estate

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The focal point for real estate investors, particularly those new to the business, is to have the ability to have cash available to propel their investment strategy. Private Lenders provide capital and flexibility that strengthen investors’ ability to close deals and grab market share. Establishing relationships with lenders that can fund quickly and that have the ability to think outside the box, allows investors to take advantage of all opportunities and to stay ahead of the competition.

The fix and flip and investment markets are red hot with home prices surging. The influx of home buyers leaving the city for suburbs seeking newly renovated move-in-ready homes is at a historical all-time high. Investors inspired by the rising market and exposure through television have also piled into the business over the last year. With this tremendous upsurge, data experts estimate that the number of fix flip lenders has also increased more than 50% in just the last few months.  Lenders have forged into the market chasing higher returns all secured by first priority mortgages on properties that are in short supply. This competition amongst the lenders has driven interest rates and costs to investors at an all-time low leaving both sides of the lending transactions feeling like winners.

Many investors expect the fix and flip market to continue its upsurge this year. Per Bloomberg, AlphaFlow estimates that investors could sell $75 billion worth of homes over each of the next two years, compared with an average of around $56 billion over each of the last three. The Private Lenders will continue to fuel the market with opportunities.

Andelsman Law Specializes in forging investor/ private lender relationships

Intrigued? You should be—The Private Lending space is exploding with new opportunities, products, and innovative lending platforms. In addition to the accustomed fix and flip space, Private Lenders are providing capital for the acquisition and refinance of multi-family, commercial, industrial, and mixed-use properties. Significantly, Private Lenders now serve as an alternative to traditional bank financing by originating thirty (30) year fixed rate rental property loans.  Moreover, many lenders are equipped to craft a tailored financing product for experienced investors including ground-up and rehab construction loans.

Andelsman Law, a private lending law firm, specializes in facilitating the process and is ready to assist investors in finding the right Private Lender for all real estate investment deals. With over 75 years of combined experience, Andelsman Law can create opportunities for investors through its vast network of Private Lenders nationwide.

Tap into this tremendous potential with the help of Andelsman Law’s diverse team of experienced real estate professionals and attorneys who can assist you in tailoring a customized funding plan to fuel your real estate investment business.

Ian Axelrod, Esq, Senior Counsel

Ian is an accomplished attorney with over 10 years’ experience representing private lenders, financial institutions, investors, developers, and domestic and international high net worth individuals and investment groups in all facets of lending, borrowing, acquisitions and other real estate matters.  Ian has represented prominent lenders, developers, property operators, business owners, and investors for both residential and commercial property development projects. Ian provides counsel on the acquisition, renovation, and lease of multi-family, mixed use, condominium and various other real estate projects.  Prior to joining the firm, Ian was the Managing Attorney at The Shiponi Law Firm, P.C. and, Associate at The Law Offices of Frederick J. Giachetti, P.C.

Ian graduated from SUNY at Buffalo in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, Public Law Concentration.  He earned his Juris Doctor degree from Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in 2010, and was admitted to the New York Bar Association in 2011.