Looking for a JV partner, seeking ~ 220M equity

Gents as was briefly discussed in a previous thread where I was asking about institutional interest in offices for major markets.  I have a deal I am in process on and I am seeking a JV partner that can bring a preliminary estimate of ~220M in equity to close out the capital stack for this transaction.  If anyone is interested in the deal let me know.

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  • Analyst 1 in RE - Comm
Sep 15, 2021 - 1:35am

Hello i am nigerian prince with 220m i would like to invest but first u have to help me get money out of bank account

Sep 15, 2021 - 9:11am

Make as many jokes as you want guys, but I faciliated the closing of a 53M equity raise on a connection I made through a dating app.   So you could either get to work getting your firms interest and helping to close a deal or continue to make lame jokes. 

It is amazing to me about how many people complain about how hard it is to get into the business.  I am litterally putting an opportunity in front of you to get that coveted job you want or to snag a big promotion.  The people who truly succeed in this business are the ones who seize opportunities when they present themselves. 

Sep 15, 2021 - 9:52am

You're posting to a forum that's 99% analysts or people still in school to raise $220M in equity, what did you expect the response to be?

There is not a firm in the world who is going to give out $220M based on an analyst who came up and said "look at this sweet deal I found on an online forum from a guy I've never met in person". I mean, you didn't even provide ANY context on the deal.

Sep 15, 2021 - 10:37am

Having been around this site for years on and off and knowing a good number of the people on here.  Your assumption of the makeup of the user base is wildly off.  

I expected plenty of snark responses, however I also expect some people to actually express some interest given the state of the CRE deal market.   We are in an industry with an absolute surplus of capital and a dearth of good deals.  It is the responsibility of a good associate to partner level team member to turn over every opportunity regardless of how slim it might be.

Remember at the end of the day those who win the most are the ones who turn over one more rock after everyone else has quit. 

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  • Analyst 2 in RE - Comm
Sep 15, 2021 - 10:18am

I was in private capital raising during my banking years so can chime in on this. First of all, if you're at a reputable GP, your firm should already have a shortlist of cornerstone investors that invested with you guys before. The fact that you're on a public forum asking is already a huge red flag. For a $220M equity capital raise, the deal must be ~$1B. What kind of firm is looking at $1B+ deals that have no in-house investor relations team and/or trusted advisor?

The fact that you're phrasing your ask as if it's a favor for someone to "snag a big promotion" is a joke. You're the one needing capital to close out the deal. If anything, take people out for a dinner and suck their dick before begging for capital. GTFO.

  • Intern in RE - Comm
Sep 15, 2021 - 10:37am

What kind of dumpster fire shop do you work at that you would even think about making this post? Or is this an imaginary deal? Have you been forgetting your meds?

Sep 15, 2021 - 10:37am

Dumpster fire you say.  You do know that deals are done every day that don't fit perfectly into your neat little world view of perscribed acceptable strategy?  Or is the idea that something different can happen is so foreign to you that you are completely incappable of accepting that it can be done?

  • Associate 1 in RE - Comm
Sep 15, 2021 - 10:38am

If you are indeed not bullshitting you'd be better off going to LinkedIn or a firms website and trying to find some emails of employees at firms who can write eq/debt checks this high. I recently had an analyst at a very small developer reach out to me doing this and he brought us a large deal. I was skeptical at first but he immediately linked us with his bosses and the data room. Kid was a hustler. Pretty much everything that has been said above is correct though, looks pretty dumb/sketchy writing this on an anonymous forum.

Sep 15, 2021 - 10:38am

Oh I have access to pathways and have reached out to them alrady.  I just have over the years gotten a lot of good help and opportunities from this website.  So I figured letting some of you guys have an oppotunity to express interest would be a way to give back a bit.  If something positive comes out of it I can generate a new network and someone here can help wrangle a deal that would make their career.

And before someone says "oh but you created this profile a few weeks ago... hurr durr... idiotic drivel...." I created this account specifically as a throw away to discuss some excentric strategies and opportunities.

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