Jan Brzeski, Managing Director and CIO of Arixa Capital contributes an article to REI Weath that covers the topic of cryptocurrencies. In the article, Brzeski writes about the three combinations to cryptocurrencies
Hard money loan funds have numerous advantages over most of the platforms, including more conservative LTV's, higher volume, instant diversification, better transparency, easier management and early liquidation. However, finding a good fund has been very difficult for many investors. Ian Ippolito, investor and serial entrepreneur has written his top 15 hard money loan funds for 2017-2018.
Jan Brzeski, Managing Director and CIO of Arixa Capital contributes an article for Western Real Estate Business that discusses the potential for increased yields that can seem attractive to many of today's investors. However, a certain amount of 'buyer beware' exists, which makes it incumbent upon the prospective investor to do their homework.
For those who invest in real estate in the Golden State, it makes sense to ask where the greatest need for investment lies. But the most pressing need is likely for additional housing close to jobs, which therefore represents the most interesting opportunity for investors. Jan Brzeski, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of Arixa Capital shares his insight to the growing opportunities in California.
The decade since the financial crisis has been challenging for our nation overall, but it has been a fertile period for non-bank real estate lenders. The great majority of Americans were angered by what they saw as reckless and sometimes cynical behavior by both commercial and investment banks
who profited immensely from lax lending practices, and then needed taxpayer bailouts to avoid bankruptcy.
Growing your business fiscally and physically can be one of the most challenging things for a business owner to go through. The Los Angeles Business Journal mentions Jan Brzeski, Managing Director & Chief Investment Officer of Arixa Capital as one of the most influential lenders financing the opportunities in redeveloping and rebuilding the World War II-era style homes across California.
Wealthy investors have a long tradition of putting their money to work in real estate, although
historically it has been in the hard asset itself. Now however, investors are gaining interest in the
lending segment of private real estate investing, by lending to developers who focus on building or
renovating high-end properties. This article drills into developments around the new ways that
investors are seeking to tap into real estate markets.
A Los Angeles investment firm is seeking to raise a combined $100 million for two funds that provide short-term construction loans to builders of single-family home projects.
Arixa Capital is targeting high-net-worth individuals, family offices and other types of investors in its capital-raising drive. Arixa’s founder, Jan Brzeski, hopes to raise the bulk of the targeted $100 million by the end of 2017.
A popular video game, “Need for Speed,” features go-fast cars that cost more than the average automobile. Bridge loans for homebuyers are similar in concept. They cost more than traditional financing, but sometimes it’s worth paying a premium for speed.
In addition, bridge loans can solve problems for homebuyers, mortgage brokers and Realtors. They can provide financing exactly when and where it is needed, without the complexities and time required to close on a conventional loan.
In January of this year, Los Angeles based firm Oaktree Capital Group LLC (OAK) committed $100 million to Genesis Capital, LLC, a Calabasas based firm in the business of originating private loans to people who fix and flip houses.
On March 31, 2014, the Los Angeles Business Journal published “Homed In” describing how private lenders welcome upscale property projects as supply of lower-priced homes dwindles.
On September 5th, The Fiscal Times published an article entitled "Real Estate Red Alert: The Flippers are Back" offering an in depth analysis of the resurgence of single family home flippers throughout the US. Arixa Capital's Jan Brzeski shares his observations regarding the business strategies of luxury flippers and their adaptation to today's market conditions.
This weekend, the LA Times published a front page article detailing how celebrity muscle is behind some of the biggest real estate makeovers in Los Angeles. Arixa Capital's Jan Brzeski was invited to share his insights regarding the luxury flipping market as Arixa Capital is a private lender that provides financing to developers in California who are purchasing luxury homes to renovate and resell.