September 3, 2021
Dekel Capital, on behalf of a joint venture led by Los Angeles-based The Latigo Group (TLG) has arranged $82.3 million in non-recourse construction financing for the development of Infield, a 384-unit Class A multifamily community in the Orlando submarket of Kissimmee, FL.
This is the first phase of what is a planned 800-unit development that will be built on a 25-acre development site located on Ball Park Road just off of N.
August 3, 2021
By Benjamin Grosberg
Earlier this year, I made the trip across the Pacific Ocean to Australia to meet with local Asian-Pacific investors and funds. This included a range of private and institutional investors — some of whom already have an allocation towards United States real estate, and many who have yet to invest, but are actively looking for the right group to partner with.
We were able to identify some common underlying investment themes that favor a general increase in cross-border allocation towards U.S.
June 11, 2021
By Peter Houghton
Programmatic capital is highly beneficial for both real estate operators and investors. However, creating these relationships and executing multiple transactions requires skillful marketing, careful structuring and expert execution. The results can be economically rewarding and can take the right deal sponsor to the next level.
For a sponsor, creation of a programmatic partnership eliminates the stress of seeking out a capital partner for each deal they pursue,
April 21, 2021
Shlomi Ronen of Dekel Capital on why apartment residents and property owners will benefit directly and indirectly from the mega relief bill that was recently approved by Congress.
A college engineering professor of mine always said that to understand numbers you needed to experience them or feel them. Last month, the U.S. Government passed a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill that is of a scale that is tough for most of us to understand when taken at face value.
March 9, 2021
As we draw close to the one-year anniversary of the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, its impact continues to reverberate throughout the commercial real estate industry. While the real estate market is constantly in flux, the pandemic has added an extra layer of instability on top of those normal market changes.
Among those most impacted are multifamily developers that broke ground prior to the pandemic on projects which were completed in 2020.
January 29, 2021
In Disney’s 2019 animation hit, Frozen II, Princess Elsa sings a harrowing song called “Into the unknown,” as she heads into a world that she has not seen before.
Similarly the real state capital markets are headed “into the unknown” in 2021, a year that is framed by polarizing optimism and pessimism as we manage through a continuing global pandemic that no one has (thankfully) experienced in their lifetime.