New york, NY (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
Apollo Financial Group steps in to provide essential liquidity for real estate firms and startups as critics fear a new SEC proposal will deflate opportunities under the JOBS Act.
Wall Street Based Apollo Financial Group is now offering loans and short term funding for real estate projects and restructuring mortgage notes at a pivotal moment, without which many investors, real estate firms and new startups would find plans derailed by new regulations.
September 2013 saw the eight decade long ban on advertising private investments come to an end. This long awaited, monumental occasion has been anticipated as a major pivot point for the U.S. economy, job creation and making business startup and expansion easier.
However, a feature published by Bloomberg on September 23rd, 2013 highlights concerns of entrepreneurs, business owners and investors that new Securities and Exchange Commission rulings could sabotage any effort to take advantage of the provisions of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups law.
The SEC proposal would require additional advanced filing of efforts to raise capital which the former leader of the Angel Capital Association says “flies right in the face of the JOBS Act”. Violations, including simple mistakes from misunderstanding the regulations could result in a ban. From previous events like these including the fiscal cliff, it is often the uncertainty surrounding the issues which causes many to even attempt to navigate the system.
This is where Apollo Financial Group has stepped up to provide a straightforward path to leveraging more capital for distressed debt investing and developing real estate projects. By simplifying access to capital and boiling it down to equity based and short term funding through loans investors and investment firms can skate right through any hurdles associated with the JOBS Act.
Apollo offers two distinct funding programs. The first is a traditional hard money loan program for acquiring non-performing notes. Available for loan notes collateralized by commercial property with a value of $2,000,000 or more Apollo Financial Group will lend up to 65% of the asset’s value. For those acquiring these investment instruments at significant discounts, which is typical today, this provides the potential for 100% financing.
The second program is Apollo Financial’s short term funding program. This program provides capital in amounts ranging from $100,000 to $2,000,000 for locking in commercial property opportunities and exclusivity.
Apollo Financial Group has been recognized as a leader in distressed debt investment, a prominent supporter of local business and the YMCA. CEO and founder of Apollo, Dean Anastos encourages anyone interested in finding out more about this type of investment to visit the firm’s website at http://apollofinancialgrp.com and to keep an eye on upcoming events.