Securing Capital for Real Estate

There are three primary types of real estate: Residential, Commercial, and Industrial. Each sector has distinct financing needs. At Redeure, we’ve been involved in numerous global real estate projects, utilizing Collateral Transfer to raise capital for businesses. Read on for details or contact our financial advisors for personalized information.

Residential Project Finance: Residential projects vary from rebuilding existing structures to purchasing land or renovating properties. Developers seek residential real estate development loans, and the right financial model is crucial. Funding sources include property investment firms, banks, venture capitalists, private equity funds, and more.

Commercial Real Estate: Commercial real estate includes income-generating properties like office buildings, healthcare facilities, and industrial spaces. Finance for commercial projects depends on the specific property type, with banks, real estate development funds, and private equity funds being major contributors.

Industrial Real Estate: Similar to commercial real estate, industrial projects secure financing from banks, private equity, and other investors. Brownfield sites, earmarked for demolition and redevelopment, attract diverse funding, including debt, equity, and specialized Brownfield funds.

Redeure and Real Estate Funding: Located in Delhi- India, Redeure provides access to credit facilities for companies facing challenges with traditional financing. Their Collateral Transfer Facility matches providers and beneficiaries, enabling access to credit facilities for real estate projects, subject to successful due diligence.

Collateral Transfer: Collateral Transfer involves one company (Provider) transferring an asset, typically a Demand Bank Guarantee, to another company (Beneficiary). Redeure facilitates this process, connecting Providers with Beneficiaries through Collateral Transfer Agreements.

Real Estate Projects with Redeure: Redeure supports real estate projects with credit facilities ranging from Euros/GBP 10,000,000 to 150,000,000. Demand Bank Guarantees, governed by ICC Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees (URDG 758), offer a monetizable asset for beneficiaries.

Monetizing a Demand Bank Guarantee: After paying the Collateral Transfer Fee and receiving the Demand Bank Guarantee, beneficiaries can monetize this asset by presenting it as security for credit facility applications.

Conclusion: Companies undertaking real estate projects, whether industrial, commercial, or residential, can benefit from Redeure’s financial services, provided they pass due diligence. With over a decade of experience, Redeure is a leading specialist in providing access to finance worldwide.