Daniel Edrei

Daniel Edrei

Managing Director / partner at Anika Equities, LLC

dedrei@anikaequities.com

BIO

Daniel Edrei has 21 years of experience as a lender, developer, owner and investor. Over his career, he has been responsible for loan originations, underwriting, asset management, and the marketing of a multitude of financial products including commercial real estate conventional, bridge and mezzanine loans, preferred equity loans, equity JV's, accounts receivable financing, and ground sale/lease backs. He has been featured and quoted as an expert in a multitude of commercial real estate publications and had numerous speaking engagements.

Edrei is skilled at designing 'win-win' situations for buyers, sellers, investors, and borrowers. He is an out-of-the-box creative thinker. His strengths include structuring, analytics, communication and problem solving skills. He is an alumnus of New York University, with continued education in real estate, finance and banking.

New York University 1989 – 1993

New York University, Gallatin Division ­ Class of 1993

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DANIEL EDREI'S PUBLICATIONS
DANIEL EDREI'S PUBLICATIONS
 

Meecorp Capital Markets, LLC, a privately owned commercial real estate lender and private equity firm, has launched a new preferred equity investment product.

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First, the bad news: Condominium construction financing has become more restrictive and, in some instances, scarce. Many lenders have reached their threshold for these deals and have stopped lending. Others have initiated stricter underwriting guidelines.

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With the condominium market in flux, private bridge and mezzanine lenders are seeing a rapid increase in the business of financing prudently structured projects. Brokers seeking funding for condo projects should seek bridge and mezzanine lenders with the know-how and patience to be comfortable taking on additional risk.

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For a long time, mezzanine financing was more of an industry buzz-term than an actual employed product. Many senior debt lenders shied away from it and viewed it simply as the incurring of additional debt. They also worried that trigger-happy mezzanine lenders would push reasonable transactions into foreclosure and mar an otherwise appealing securitization.

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With existing home prices stabilizing, new residential construction prolific and the cost of money rising, many traditional commercial lenders have become gun-shy about financing land subdivisions and development transactions.

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Aging Americans are creating new opportunities for commercial real estate lenders, especially savvy mezzanine lenders.

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As residential construction continues to do well, prices for existing properties begin to level off, and the cost of money continues to increase, most commercial real estate lenders fear to tread on land subdivision and development transactions.

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From a traditional lender's point of view, land acquisition loans are typically very difficult to finance. Without some extensive experience in the field, strong credit, and a proven track record with a given borrower, most institutional lenders are simply unwilling to entertain such loans.

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