Looking for good links and contacts to locate and/or research private and public money for Multi-Families.

Our Company is looking for sources to locate private money to purchase multi-family properties. If you know of web page links or places to research private money and SEC Rules/Regs it would be appreciated.
I would like to know where to find good sources to find or research both private and traditional lending. Also I am looking for more information about the legal aspects with the SEC. Our company is located in Minneapolis, MN and is currently investing in small multi-families and single families and looking to expand into larger properties
In General Area - Asked by Todd D. - Sep 2, 2009
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tamir r.
Owner/Investor
Los Angeles, CA

useless its referrals you will pay high interest rate so your deals has to have incredible profit

Sep 8, 2009
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John Paul L.
Broker/Agent
Mission Viejo, CA

I recommend Craig Mueller of CBRE Financial Markets in Newport Beach, California, he specializes in condo development and multi-family financing. If you are looking for less than 4M of debt he probably is not the person for you to contact.
949-509-2116
He has good references. Craig.Mueller@cbre.com

Sep 10, 2009
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Aaron B.
Broker/Agent
Los Angeles, CA

I use private placements and may be able to answer some questions for you. Contact me and I will share some of the things we do, perhaps it will be of beneift to you.
aaron@bmrla.com

Oct 29, 2009
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Dylan B.
Lender/Mortgage Broker
Merion, PA

We lend from a pool of private money investors. Most of the time it comes out as hard money however I could definitely help.
Dylan M. Brown
ALL CLEAR FUNDING, LLC.

Jan 12, 2010
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