Apartment Complex Financing - Posted by Josh

Posted by T.Vigneswaran on October 11, 2007 at 07:39:05:

Dear Matthan.swist ,

Regarding the telephone conversation with your colleague Mr.James, who asked me to forward the initial investment requirement propasal for the housing development ( arround 50 apartments) in Chennai, India we need Rs.450 million for investment.

The breakdown of the project cost is as follows:

Lans Cost Rs.400M

Construction Cost Rs.300M

Tottal Revenue Rs.1250M

Completion time One year

The site is very potential and very rich area ( Adjoining the USA & Europoean Embassies) If you are ready to consider this proposal, we can sumit a complete proposal showing all the details.

Please let me know your views so that we can proceed further.

Wilth regards


Apartment Complex Financing - Posted by Josh

Posted by Josh on June 21, 2007 at 21:25:38:

Is there anyone that might know of somebody who will finance 100% on an Apartment Complex. Purchase price $850,000 should appraise for $1.3 million great equity and great cashflow. 100% occupied no repairs needed just an owner that wants out. Let me know if there is anyone that might be able to do a loan like this.

Re: Apartment Complex Financing - Posted by JoeA

Posted by JoeA on June 25, 2007 at 10:21:02:

Where is the property located?
Why is the sales price so off-base versus the value?
What % is vacant?
What is your experience with managing a multifamily?

I can help, if you can get me some answers.

Re: Apartment Complex Financing - Posted by Patrick S. Lawson

Posted by Patrick S. Lawson on June 22, 2007 at 13:01:22:

Highest I’ve seen is 97% and the rates are high. Your best bet is to form an LLP with another investor to put the equity in the deal and go to a lender for 80% LTV and receive good rates and terms.