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Acquisition Financing Methods

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A resident of California, Frank Roessler has developed real estate investment expertise through nearly a decade of experience in the industry. Currently, Frank Roessler currently serves as the managing principal and founder of Ashcroft Capital.

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Acquisition Financing Methods

  1. 1. ACQUISITION FINANCING METHODS Frank Roessler
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION • A resident of California, Frank Roessler has developed real estate investment expertise through nearly a decade of experience in the industry. Currently, Frank Roessler currently serves as the managing principal and founder of Ashcroft Capital. Prior to his work at Ashcroft, Mr. Roessler was an an asset manager at M&A Real Estate, where he was responsible for a $350 million dollar real estate portfolio in addition to work on the acquisition side of the company. An acquisition, which refers to a corporate action to take a majority ownership position in an asset, can be financed in one of several ways. - Bank financing - the most common form of financing, bank financing takes factors such as cash flow, debt, and profits into consideration when structuring a loan.
  3. 3. FINANCING • This method can also employ asset-based financing, where a lender’s analysis focuses on the asset or property being purchased. - Private equity financing - popular among entrepreneurs, private equity is a form of financing that relies on funds directly from third-party investors. Often, this occurs through venture capitalists and private equity firms. - Equity financing - a form of financing in which a buyer sells corporate securities to raise money, which is then used to find an acquisition.

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