Inc. magazine ranked Arixa Capital Advisors #2385 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the country’s top and fastest-growing private companies. The list represents “the backbone of the U.S. economy. These businesses generate hundreds of thousands of jobs, and billion dollars in revenue, in their home towns across the country,” said Rich Russey, VP and Publisher for Inc. magazine.
Jan Brzeski, Managing Director and CIO at Arixa Capital, discusses non-bank real estate lending as an investment strategy, why RIAs and other wealth managers consider it and how to conduct due diligence on investment managers in this space.
Greg Hebner, a man who chose to stop worrying about mistakes and embrace that growing—both as a person and as a business professional—involves constantly expanding and pushing boundaries. The best way to do this, Hebner believes, is to put yourself in new places and situations.
He and his business partner, Jan Brzeski, are the managing directors of Arixa Capital. Among other responsibilities, Hebner oversees Arixa’s lending platform. Loan origination, underwriting, closing and servicing all fall under his umbrella. Since Arixa’s loan programs skew toward innovative and unique packages, Greg spends a lot of time structuring creative, one-of-a-kind loans to find the best solution for each client.
Charley Wright, host of Strategic Investor Radio interviews Jan Brzeski who tells the story of Arixa, making real estate secured bridge loans to home and commercial renovators. He also discusses the new "Opportunity Zones" program recently established by the U.S. Congress. Anyone interested in credit/fixed income investing should find this interview to be of significant interest.
Node is a group of creatives, investors, entrepreneurs and community advocates who are passionate about developing authentic residential communities in design-led spaces that reflect the great urban neighborhoods they’re in. They’re also a client of Arixa Capital.
One of the biggest success stories in real estate and mortgage industries since the financial crisis is the rise of nonbank lenders all over the country. For commercial mortgage brokers and their clients, this is good news, as these companies are able to make decisions quickly and lend without a “check-the-box“ mentality.