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JB Capital Launches Real Estate Lending Income Fund

May 04, 2022, 07:45 AM
Filed Under: Real Estate

JB Capital, an alternative credit manager investing in areas of the market underserved by traditional banks, launched its Real Estate Lending Income Fund. The Real Estate Lending Income Fund (The Fund) is the next iteration in JB Capital’s commitment to providing credit solutions to underserved markets.

The Fund will provide solutions-oriented capital to professional owners, operators and developers of multi-family and industrial real estate assets ignored and underserved by traditional funding sources in key markets across the US.

“We believe that continued consolidation in conventional lending, paired with the growing need for equity alternatives and flexible financing solutions will continue to expand this need from non-institutional borrowers,” said Jeremy Hill, Founder of JB Capital. “Additionally, with the inflation outlook poised to rise, we believe unlevered funds offer an optimal choice for investors seeking stable, consistent income.”

The equity gap required for most investors and developers is increasing. It forces even the most successful and experienced industry professionals to look outside traditional sources of capital to close that gap with common sense equity and mezzanine structured solutions.

The Fund continues JB Capital’s commitment to providing its investors with a high-yielding debt investment delivering consistent monthly income while minimizing the risk of loss of principal and maintaining near-term liquidity.

“We have seen enormous demand for structured lending solutions that meet experienced developers' & operators' need for both senior and mezzanine capital,” said Barney Guy, Managing Director of JB Capital. “This is what we do best, and the launch of our Real Estate Lending Income Fund shows our commitment to helping owners, operators, developers, and investors for years to come.”

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