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Landmark Capital: Moderator at Crittenden National Conference in April, 2016

Landmark Capital Advisors, a member company of Land Advisors Organization, announced today that Tom Farrell, Director of Business Development, will be moderating a panel at the Crittenden National Real Estate Conference held on April 17-19, 2016 in San Diego, California. The panel’s discussion, titled “The Blurred Lines of the Capital Stack: equity seeking protection, debt chasing higher yield,” […]

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Are land-use restrictions impairing economic growth?

To continue on the topic of the consequences and negative impact of too many land-use restrictions from our last month’s edition, Justin Fox, author of the Myth Rational Market, presented in Bloomberg View a catching point of view on zoning regulation’s impact in San Francisco. He notes that despite San Francisco being arguably the largest center […]

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Controlled Disruption

As we begin another new year, this one seemingly at a much more apprehensive starting point, it made me think of a term that is the by-product of two separate premises. Two premises that provide turbulence and uncertainty in their own right, yet also offer investment opportunity and the potential for longer-term, sustained market growth. […]

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2016 – We’ll See…..

“Those who have knowledge, don’t predict. Those who predict, don’t have knowledge.” – Lao Tzu As 2016 kicks off, I’m reminded of one of my favorite lines from the end of the film Charlie Wilson’s War, after the Soviets have been defeated in Afghanistan and are retreating: On his sixteenth birthday a boy gets a horse as a present. […]

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Will 2016 Be the Turning Point for Housing?

NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Post-housing crisis, the residential market needed to return to a “healthy” inventory level to aid the recovery, but the recovery is still hobbling along, Landmark Capital Advisors’ managing director Adam Deermount tells GlobeSt.com. This is evidence that what happens in the present may appear positive or negative at the time but the true impact […]

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Building a Better Capital Stack

The world of real estate financing, in its more complex forms, can seem opaque and typically plays out far behind the scenes of a commercial-property transaction, either in the secondary market or already in motion as part of a project’s original capital structure. Either way, as a commercial mortgage broker charged with assisting buyers or […]

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Landmark Capital Closes $52,700,000 Recapitalization

Landmark Capital Advisors is pleased to announce the successful recapitalization of a 300,000 square foot office campus in Northern California. Challenges of the assignment included: – Heavily concentrated tenant rollover schedule – Maturing CMBS loan pay-off was nearly 100% of appraised value – Highly complex capital structure with multiple investor tranches    Solution: Landmark Capital […]

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Landmark Capital Closes $5,000,000 AD&C Loan

Landmark Capital Advisors is pleased to announce the successful closing of an AD&C loan for 15 townhomes in the Golden Hill neighborhood of San Diego, CA. Challenge of the assignment included: Client wanted non-recourse financing at a fairly aggressive advance rate.   Solution: Landmark Capital was able to source non-recourse financing at 75% LTC.

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