Joint Venture Equity vs. Fund Structures™
Ever been approached by another investor desperate for yield and expressing interest in investing alongside you?
Here’s What’s Included:
Wall Street Strategies Exposed
Capital Formation is for advanced Intermediaries ready to live the life of Wall Street’s most successful investment bankers. Offering an advanced level understanding of deal structuring strategies only known to Wall Street’s inner circle are discussed in depth.
Joint Ventures & Fund Structures
A comprehensive study explores the intricacies of joint venture structures and fund structures. Taught through the eyes of a fund manager, learn exactly how and when these structures should be used. Intermediaries will walk away from this remarkable tutorial knowing vital industry strategies that will take your career in commercial real estate to a level you never thought was obtainable.
Your Competitive Edge
Intermediaries may have a comprehensive understanding of how to manage a fund, but you won’t find success without implementing key strategies to effectively raise capital and attract investors. Capital Formation Roundtable will mentor you as you develop and refine your competitive edge. You’ll have the key skills needed to attract investors to co-invest alongside you, while building an impressive portfolio. It’s time to think like an investment banker and have a real career in commercial real estate. My friend, your landlord days are over.
You are now ready to take on the Fund Manager role. You’re well-versed in deal structuring strategies and have refined your competitive edge. It’s time to learn how to raise capital thoughtfully, meaningfully and credibly. Managing money professionally takes a certain type of person. You’re ready for this, and we’ll show you how. From building rapport and developing trust to knowing the basic fund raising rules of engagement, Capital Formation Roundtable will prepare you for the deals you never thought you could secure. No matter what questions investors throw at you, we will have you prepared for battle. And you will succeed.
With the purchase of Capital Formation Roundtable you’ll also receive THIRTEEN bonus Infographics!
Dandrew Media’s Infographics were created with one main goal: To keep our Intermediaries organized by not just telling them “what to do” but to show them exactly “how to do it”. Specially designed to keep our Intermediaries working smarter not harder, each Infographic is the ultimate desktop resource that you need to keep your pipeline full, deals progressing and successful closes. Our colorful, user-friendly Infographics were designed to print out at an impressive size of 17″ x 11″ and hang on your office wall.
Real Estate Capital Structure
The capital structure in commercial real estate is often misunderstood and misused which can be detrimental. This Infographic is an Intermediary must-have as it unveils the detailed capital stack matrix. We’ve seen so many deals come crumbling down because of an Intermediary’s overall lack of comprehension in regards to capital structure. Don’t walk into a meeting and get blind-sided because of a simple oversight. Knowledge is power is in this business.
Commercial Non Performing Note – Issues to Consider
When purchasing a non-performing commercial note there are many issues that every Intermediary must consider. This informative Infographic was developed to ensure that you don’t drop the ball and carelessly make a mistake during the purchase. If you’re working with non-performing notes, you can’t afford to not have this Infographic hanging on your wall. Effective due diligence is the key to every deals success.
Common Distressed Transaction Scenarios in Commercial
Financing distressed assets will be some of the most lucrative projects you’ll ever close. Do you know the intricacies of these profitable assets? It’s imperative that you ask the right questions on the first call. Infographic: Common Distressed Transaction Scenarios is a must-have and needs to be in every Intermediary’s arsenal.
We say it over and over: Get Organized! You will never be successful in commercial real estate if you can’t keep your contacts and files organized. Everything needs to be documented and information stored in a systematic, time-efficient manner. Infographic: Deal Book will help you to significantly improve your time management and organizational skills.
Different Types of Commercial Real Estate Transactions
You have a commercial project. Now what? Laying the foundation is critical as you begin a career in commercial real estate. Your knowledge of these basics will have a direct correlation to your success and ability to prosper in this line of work. Understanding the different asset classes and financing transactions is where you need to begin your education. Take advantage of this detailed chart and kickstart your commercial real estate career today.
Five Core Functions of a Fund Manager
You’ve decided to make your move as a Fund Manager. Now What? This Infographic was designed to keep you on track, moving forward and staying proactive. Working these five critical functions of a Fund Manager continuously and simultaneously will ensure your syndication is a success.
Funding Lifecycle of a Commercial Real Estate Deal
This is the king of all Infographics! Every Intermediary needs this hanging on their wall. The funding lifecycle of a commercial real estate deal is extremely complex and forgetting one essential step could destroy your deal. From every last detail, this Infographic will take you from pre-qualifying your deal to the closing table.
General Fund Quick Start Guide Landscape
Our Quick Start Guide discusses in incredible detail the five stages to setting up a successful joint venture. As with all of our Infographics, we don’t just tell you; we show you how to accomplish your goals and close the deal. You can’t afford to take a trial and error stance on joint venture projects. Work our step-by-step program and you’ll get the deal done right the first time. And as you know, you only have one chance.
How Development Loans Are Generally Structured
You must have the competency to effectively structure your construction and development deals. Leaving out a critical piece of information in the loan structure could lead your developers into a financial disaster. This Infographic explains how these loans should be structured while identifying problem areas.
How to Use Elance to Build Your Pitchbooks
Whether you need to create your first pitchbook or your twentieth, don’t waste your time trying to do it yourself. Elance is a reputable site where freelancers flourish, eagerly awaiting their next project. Why spend days writing a mediocre pitchbook when you can hand it over to a professional copywriter with extensive commercial real estate experience? It’s time for you to learn Dandrew’s Fundraising Fundamentals.
JV Equity Profit Waterfall
You won’t get too far in commercial real estate without knowing the capital stack. Be sure to have this Infographic posted on your wall. Buy it. Post it. Memorize it.
Lifecycle of a Commercial Deal
One of the biggest reasons to learn the Dandrew Media System is that we won’t just tell you how to close a deal, but we’ll literally help you close them. All of our Intermediaries have access to Dandrew Partners. That’s right. You can submit pre-qualified deals directly to us for funding. This Infographic gives you the step-by-step process for working directly with Dandrew Partners. Don’t just work our system. Work with us.
Strategies for Starting a New Fund
If you’re starting a new fund it’s imperative that you have the commercial real estate expertise and resources to make the best decisions during each step of the process. This Infographic asks you the tough questions, ensuring that your syndication is on the right course. The strategies revealed in this Infographic will be used for years to come as you build your commercial real estate empire. What are you waiting for?
Capital Formation Series
Capital Syndicator falls under the ever-popular Capital Formation Series, describing in considerable detail many of Wall Street’s insider tricks of the trade to buying & holding, raising money to start a fund and using this capital to buy assets.
Be sure to check out the other tutorials in the Capital Formation Series.
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