Seeking financing? Don't miss the capital markets session at ICSC's N3 show, and meet with Envoy's Ralph Cram.

Ralph N. Cram, President, Envoy Net Lease Partners.

Ralph N. Cram, President, Envoy Net Lease Partners.

Envoy president Ralph Cram will be at the ICSC Triple Net Lease conference next month to take part in a discussion of the capital markets in the net lease sector.

Mr. Cram, who has underwritten, acquired or financed $1.5 billion of real estate assets in his 25 years in commercial real estate, will be a panelist on the Capital Markets Overview session (9:00 - 10:00 a.m., March 3), which will take a look at funding challenges and opportunities in the current market environment.

Mr. Cram will be joined by W. Kyle Gore from CGA Capital, Sean Keane from First Savings Bank and Mark E. West of HFF Dallas — with the panel moderated by Ken Carpenter, managing director of CCRE. So if you're seeking a financing solution, or just want to get a sense for the state of the capital markets, stop on by.

To arrange an in-person meeting with Mr. Cram, contact him at (847) 239-7250 or rcram@envoynnn.com.

Meet with Envoy's Ralph Cram at upcoming shows in San Diego and Dallas.

Need capital to finance your 2015 development pipeline or for an immediate net lease transaction?

Envoy Net Lease Partners will be on hand at two upcoming industry shows to talk net lease financing solutions.

Envoy will be at Booth #406 at the CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention & Expo on Feb. 1-4 in San Diego, and will also be attending ICSC's N3 Triple Net Lease Conference on March 2-3 in Dallas as a Platinum Sponsor.

Envoy offers a wide range of gap financing solutions -- from construction loans and bridge loans to JV Equity financing.

To arrange a personal meeting with Envoy President Ralph Cram for either show call Mr. Cram directly at (847) 239-7250 or email rcram@envoynnn.com.

Envoy closes seven transactions.

This past year was a busy one for Envoy. We provided a wide range of net lease financing solutions for developers nationwide -- from a bridge loan for a Walgreens Pharmacy in Chicago to a construction loan for a FedEx facility in Colorado.

Our various financing programs include:

Construction Loans, which offer up to 95% LTC financing in one construction loan with no back-end participation.

Bridge Loans, which provide up to 90% loan-to-purchase price loans for properties in transition.

JV Equity, which offers up to 95% equity financing for BTS net lease transactions.

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American Mattress store financing is Envoy's third transaction under new construction loan program.

Envoy is pleased to announce the financing of a first mortgage for one of its net lease preferred clients -- an American Mattress developer -- the third transaction this year under the company's new high-leverage construction program.

Full news release here.

The transaction allowed the developer to achieve 94 percent loan-to-cost construction financing for a pre-leased, single tenant 3,500 SF retail store located on an outparcel directly in front of Chapel Ridge Shopping Center in Fort Wayne, IN.

“This is our second construction loan with this developer, and our first where Envoy was the lead lender,” says Ralph N. Cram, Chief Operating Officer of Envoy. “We now have the ability to provide construction financing on a wide range of transaction sizes, from smaller build-to-suit projects, to working with senior lenders on larger transactions where additional funds are needed to secure 90%-plus loan-to-cost construction financing.”

Unlike many financing programs, including those offered by REITS, Envoy's doesn’t require the developer to sell the property immediately following construction.

Instead, the developer retains control of the property simply by paying off the construction loan and paying an exit fee. For many developers, this program represents the lowest-cost option for capital when compared to third-party equity and traditional bank construction debt.

Download the Construction Loan Program flyer.

Download the Loan Requirements Checklist.

With FedEx facility, Envoy makes foray into the industrial build-to-suit market.

Envoy's recent closing of a $2 million-plus loan in central Colorado for a FedEx ground package facility marks the company's entry into the industrial build-to-suit market.

The transaction, completed under a new construction loan program serving the capital needs of net lease preferred developers, allowed a FedEx preferred developer to achieve 95 percent loan-to-cost construction financing for a pre-leased, single tenant distribution facility located across from Eagle County Regional Airport.

Envoy worked in tandem with its senior bank partner to provide the subordinated financing as a part of a wrap construction loan for this package distribution facility that will serve the communities around the ski resorts of Vail and Beaver Creek.

“Envoy is pleased to have the opportunity to help FedEx Corp.," says Ralph N. Cram, Chief Operating Officer of Envoy. "And its preferred developer finance their ongoing expansion plans to meet their customers’ needs for faster delivery times.”

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Envoy provides hassle-free equity gap financing for net lease, single tenant properties — helping developers and buyers secure the capital they need, minus the red tape.

We offer three financing programs.

Construction Loans: Up to 95% LTC financing in one construction loan with no back-end profit participation.

Bridge Loans: Up to 90% loan-to-purchase price short-term bridge loans for properties in transition.

JV Equity: Up to 95% equity financing for build-to-suit net lease transactions nationwide.

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Giving net lease developers the capital they need — without all the red tape.

Envoy’s High-Leverage Construction Loan program offers preferred net lease developers the capital they need — minus the red tape.

Single-Source Financing.

Easy Documentation.

No Profit Participation.

“Envoy's program helps developers secure up to 95 percent loan-to-cost financing for their pipeline of net lease development properties without the hassles associated with JV agreements or mezzanine loan documentation,” says Envoy COO Ralph Cram. “And they no longer have to give up control as is typical with pre-sale contracts. It’s everything the preferred developer has been asking for.”

Unlike many financing programs available to developers, including those offered by REITS, Envoy doesn’t require the developer to sell the property immediately following construction.

Instead, the developer retains control of the property simply by paying off the construction loan and paying an exit fee. For many developers, the Envoy program can represent the lowest-cost option for capital when compared to third-party equity and traditional bank construction debt.

For more details on Envoy’s high leverage construction loan program, download our printable flyer containing transaction criteria.

Envoy's latest financing deal, as seen on MarketWatch and CNBC.com.

Envoy's new high-leverage construction loan program, and recent $3.4 million financing of a retail center in Pittsburgh, were recently featured on WSJ's MarketWatch site as well as CNBC online. Envoy's new loan program is the first of its kind, offering net lease developers up to 95% loan-to-cost financing — minus the red tape of JV agreements or mezzanine loan documentation.

For information on the new loan program, go here.

Envoy finances retail center in Pittsburgh for $3.4MM through new loan program.

Ross Park Mall, Pittsburgh.

Ross Park Mall, Pittsburgh.

Envoy Net Lease Partners announces the closing of a $3.4 million loan under a new construction loan program serving net lease preferred developers. The transaction was completed under Envoy's new High Leverage Construction Program, which provides developers with the capital they need -- without the hassles of dealing with JV agreements or mezzanine loan documentation.

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