$400,000 Start-Up Financing for Private Equity Real Estate
(North Brookfield, Massachusetts)
Kearsedge Boston is a private equity real estate trust focused on providing monthly income through the acquisition of multifamily assets across the United States. We target overlooked markets surrounding the core cities due to the favorable CAP rates and income these areas generate compared to the central cities where CAP rates are often just 3%-4%.
Kearsedge Boston seeks $400,000 in start-up financing in the form of a loan or line of credit at 4.25% interest amortized for 30 years with a balloon repayment in 5 years.
We have targeted $29.6 million dollars in multifamily assets that will generate $2.7 million dollars in post-stabilization income at a DSCR of 1.63:1 and a CAP rate of 9.86%.
Our professional team has over 50 years in combined real estate, corporate finance, private equity and investment experience. Founder Perry Jones has written 2 books on real estate investing and 1 book on investing and 56 online articles that have received over 110,000 page views. His article "20 Sources of Passive Income" identifies 25 means of generating income with little or no ongoing work after the initial investment.
Strategic partners such as Asset Plus Companies (property manager) Zenefits.com (human resources and payroll) and ProCRM (crm) leverage team skills and expertise to create a truly world-class organization. Future plans include moving into the self-storage space followed by hotels and resorts in the Caribbean and Mexico and multifamily, residential and commercial real estate in Asia and the MidEast.
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