Items Tagged with 'Lima One Capital'


  • From HW Magazine

    Two Marine veterans entered the real estate investment space after serving in Iraq

    Lima One Capital celebrated $1 billion in lending in 2018
    Lima One Capital was founded by two Marine infantry veterans who entered the real estate investment space after serving together on active duty in Ramadi, Iraq. As active real estate investors, they were looking for a better, more flexible and innovative way to acquire funding for their projects. Lima One’s innovative mortgage loans allow investors to acquire, renovate, construct and sell FixNFlip properties (aka residential transition loans “RTL”), acquire or refinance rental properties to hold for long-term investment income (“SFR”), and acquire, renovate and stabilize multifamily apartment properties.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2018 HW Vanguard: John Warren

    Lima One Capital founder and chairman
    John Warren spent four years and 300 combat missions in Iraq and Afghanistan as an infantry officer with the United States Marine Corps. While deployed, he was decorated for “valor” and “heroic achievement” as he “led a counter attack against insurgents attacking Observation Post Virginia.”
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  • Former Clayton President Jeff Tennyson lands at Lima One Capital

    Tennyson will serve as CEO of investor-focused lender
    Former Clayton President Jeff Tennyson has found a new home. Last year, Tennyson’s role was eliminated as part of Radian Group’s restructuring of its principal subsidiary Clayton. Now, just a few months after leaving Clayton, Tennyson is moving on to a senior leadership role at Lima One Capital.
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  • Lima One Capital buys RealtyShares’ residential investor lending business

    RealtyShares to focus on growing multifamily, office, retail, and industrial business
    A few months ago, RealtyShares, which bills itself as the “leading online marketplace for real estate investing,” bought its biggest rival in commercial and multifamily real estate real estate lending, Acquire Real Estate. As it turns out, that acquisition provided a clue about RealtyShares’ future, because the company is selling its residential lending business and plans to focus entirely on commercial and multifamily lending instead.
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