How do I find builders who need JV or funding help to stay in current projects

We are looking for Builders who want to stay in current projects but need JV cash influx or short term fundings for Construction etc.... Any ideas?
In General Area - Asked by Bill K. - Oct 29, 2008
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Jeremy H.
Jacksonville, FL

There are probably several ways to answer this question. All of them depend on the type of project/builder you are looking to fund, the market you are targeting, and the amount of money involved.
I will stick with the easiest ways to find someone to fit your needs.
1. Find an independent broker with a small shop. These are typically the guys that know plenty of underfunded builders/developers. In fact, some of these brokers will have put together projects that need equity injections. Most of them will at least know who the players are in your desired market.
2. In just about every town, there are two or three dominant site work companies. Call the owners. They will have the skinny on almost everyone in town.
3. Find a smaller broker that deals in property management and/or leasing. These guys are typically plugged in with local investors.
This should be a good start. If you have any further questions, you can give me a call @ 904-962-0992. I'll talk your ear off about real estate, but I might be able to help.
Jeremy Hill
Gideon Properties
Hillside Realty

Oct 29, 2008
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Bill H.
Fort Collins, CO

I am a developer in Winter Park Co.
There is a tremendous amount of development here.
There is over $100m of infrastructure under construction here, Intrawest Resort Development Co.
With the recent economic downturn some smaller projects have been put on hold, but the Resort development is ongoing.
If you have any interest in Resort Properties, call me I can help you.
Bill 970-377-0693

Oct 30, 2008
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jim d.
derry, LV

e-mail for jv projects in ireland

Nov 5, 2008
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Stan S.
Conyers, GA for jv opportunities.

Feb 26, 2009
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