The Reasoning Behind Rate Caps
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Interest rate caps are implemented by lenders to protect borrowers from potential rate increases. Capital Advisor Freddy Johnson explains in-depth how rate caps work, why they exist, and what to expect if coming into contact with them ..read more
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The Data Behind our First Billion in Loans
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Director Chris Peters and Capital Advisor Freddy Johnson dive into the current state of lending environments and what is contributing to the changes ..read more
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2022 StackSource Summit Playback: Zach Wagner’s Journey to StackSource
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The Weight of a Term Sheet
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1y ago
How important are term sheets and what are re-trades? Read below to find out, and to learn how to protect your deals from these "re-trades ..read more
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Net Lease 101: Credit Grade Tenants
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Accelerate with Institutional Equity Joint Ventures
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2022 StackSource Summit Playback: An Update to Our Core Values and Mission
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The Ladder of Credibility
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2y ago
[8 Steps] Credibility is the key to becoming a successful real estate developer. Learn how to earn it and keep it with these critical steps ..read more
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Construction Permits: Why You Need One & How the Process Works
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2y ago
Getting a construction permit that's required to build a commercial property can be a frustrating process. Here's what you need to know ..read more
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RUBS: What are they and why are they important?
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Having an effective exit strategy is always important when purchasing a property. This blog highlights three of the most common exit strategies, their key differences, and why they matter ..read more
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