QuietStream Financial is an incredible place. We celebrate successes big and small. What does that have to do with the market? Those of you who have stopped by our office in Charlotte know that we ring a bell every time we defease a loan. The bell invigorates the office, as we know that the market […]
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Managing Director Nikki Vasco named to Real Estate Forum’s prestigious Women of Influence list QuietStream Financial Managing Director Nikki Vasco has been named one of 50 Women of Influence in the commercial real estate industry by Real Estate Forum, a leading publication for real estate professionals. Vasco leads QuietStream Financial portfolio company FullCapitalStack as its […]
It’s hard to even look at the numbers right now. After a sharp slide
QuietStream Financial portfolio company FullCapitalStack was recently featured…
Peer-to-peer lending is about to get real — and commercial real estate crowdfunding won’t be far behind. This week, we learned details of how Goldman Sachs will begin offering consumer loans via online platform. With plans to launch in 2016, there is little doubt the innovators who devised P2P lending will feel the heat.
Saratoga Asset Management will raise capital for 27 luxury…
A Charlotte developer is using real estate crowdfunding to raise capital for a new 27-unit townhome development in SouthPark.
SouthPark will soon see a new, upscale townhouse development financed in part by…
There has never been a better time to be an accredited investor. Are you accredited? It sounds like a fancy designation, but if you earn more than $200,000 annually there’s a good chance you are already an accredited investor.
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