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Directed Capital is a national commercial asset workout specialist firm that strategically acquires, manages and repositions distressed commercial mortgage loans. The firm develops practical, effective loan workout solutions to help borrowers re-access traditional financing channels and provide investors with superior returns uncorrelated with the market. Directed Capital Advisors, LLC is a SEC Registered Investment Advisor (RIA).
Current Market Dynamics
According to the Federal Reserve:
- 26 banks failed in 2014-2015
- 350 banks have failed during 2010 – 2015 respectively
- 203 banks currently meet FDIC’s “problem institutions” criteria as of 3rd quarter 2015
- Macro environment creating extraordinary opportunities for DCR VII
- U.S. commercial mortgage debt market exceeding $3.5 trillion
- $1.6 trillion U.S. commercial mortgage debt maturing in 2015 – 2020
- Unprecedented CMBS loan maturities totaling $303 billion in 2015 – 2017 equaling over 25,000 commercial real estate mortgages
- Increased commercial real estate transactions driving increased financing needs creating opportunity for Directed Capital
- Large banks now originating commercial loans at a record pace
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