The award-winning transaction involved a multi-unit industrial property located in Englewood. Property functionality, site feasibility, financial analysis and ability to execute on complex foreclosure/redemption strategies within a compressed timeframe were crucial elements in DREN’s analysis of this investment.
Upon closing, the total transaction cash-on-cash return was 97%, with a transaction annualized return on equity of 581%. Each equity investor realized a 48% cash-on-cash return, or the equivalent annualized return of 288%.
This transaction was a classic win-win deal for all involved. Obviously the deal was profitable for DREN and its equity investors, but it also benefited the junior lender, the foreclosing beneficiary, and most importantly the previous owner and his employees. If DREN had been unable to successfully execute its redemption strategy, it is very likely that the previous owner would have gone out of business, with unemployment resulting for his employees. Business operations for the other tenants would also have been interrupted with their leases extinguished by the foreclosure.
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