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Brown Bag Lunch-Capital Sources for Real Estate

Date:
April 24, 2018
Time:
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Venue:
Champlin Architecture
Address:
720 East Pete Rose Way, Suite 140
Cincinnati, OH 45202 United States

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ULI Cincinnati will be hosting a Brown Bag Lunch on April 24, 2018 on the topic of Mezzanine, Equity and JV Capital: What’s Available Today and How Can Developers Use It? This member’s only free event, with lunch provided, is intentionally kept small to maximize the exchange of information.

This session will be an informative discussion about sources of equity, JV money, mezzanine capital and debt funds available to developers today and how best to utilize these sources for getting projects off the ground and allowing the development of more projects. NorthMarq Capital has many sources of not only debt capital but equity capital to help developers with their projects.

Our speaker, Susan Branscome, Managing Director of NorthMarq Capital’s Cincinnati and Louisville offices has more than 36 years of experience in commercial real estate lending and mortgage banking. Over her career, Susan has originated more than $3.0 billion in commercial real estate debt. For 13 years prior she was a construction lender with Bank One and permanent loan lender with Carillon Advisors. Susan’s strengths include developing and nurturing long-term relationships with commercial real estate lenders and borrowing clients and working hard to achieve her clients’ goals. Prior to selling her company, Q10 | Quest Commercial Capital to NorthMarq Capital in December 2014, she built the company’s servicing portfolio and success for over 16 years.

Susan is one of only two women in the United States who have started her own mortgage banking firm. Of the industry’s 5,000 U.S. mortgage banking professionals, less than two percent are women. She is regarded as an expert nationally and has strong client relationships among institutions and real estate owners who appreciate her high integrity and hard work. She is consistently invited to contribute articles to local, state and national publications and is a recognized local and national expert and frequent speaker.

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