Business Development Lone Oak Fund
Stephan Kachani is the Business Development Partner at Lone Oak Fund, a private mortgage bridge lender supported by the financial strength of over 600 Members. The Fund, of which Stephan is a Member, is comprised of high-net-worth individuals, institutions, and pension funds and makes bridge loans typically ranging from $500,000 to $17,500,000 on commercial and residential properties located throughout Northern and Southern California.Since Lone Oak Fund was founded in 2003, Stephan has funded over $1.5 billion in bridge loans, making his 10-year track record exceptional. He also established Lone Oak’s popular Line of Credit program for investors of single family homes. As a result of his remarkable marketing efforts, he became the face of Lone Oak, and made it one of the largest private bridge lenders in California.As Lone Oak Fund celebrated the 10-year anniversary of its first loan in May of 2003, Stephan opened Lone Oak’s second office, located in the financial district of San Francisco, where he frequently travels to conduct business, as well as speak to Northern California convention audiences on the subject of bridge lending.LinkedIn’s "Lone Oak Fund Real Estate Business Forum" was another accomplishment of Stephan’s, who has grown the group to over 19,000 members, and it continues to grow at an average rate of 150 new members a week. The focus of this group is under-valued real estate assets. Members generally include property investors and those in private equity, debt, hedge funds, securitization, acquisitions, mortgage brokerages, REO'S, restructuring, investment banking, law, and those exploring opportunities in investing. If you would like to explore the Lone Oak Real Estate Business Forum, click here to JOIN. You are also invited to follow Stephan’s travels and events on Twitter. You can click on LinkedIn and Twitter by going to www.loneoakfund.com. MORE ABOUT LONE OAK FUNDLone Oak Fund established the bridge loan as a standard tool in expediting the financing of commercial and residential real estate transactions. Lone Oak makes loans up to $17.5M on apartments, industrial buildings, office buildings, hospitality, special purpose properties, retail and non-owner occupied residential. Lone Oak offers its Revolving Line of Credit Program for residential investors. Lone Oak also meets the special needs of Foreign Real Estate Investors. The foundation of Lone Oak’s growth is service. Loan processing and appraisals are completed by in-house staff. The typical loan closes within a few days of receiving a complete package. It has always been Lone Oak’s goal to provide borrowers with an alternative to over-regulated bank financing that is laced with delays, excessive paper work and an uncertain result.Visit www.loneoakfund.com for more information about Lone Oak Fund. Stephan can be reached at 310.826.2888x28; 415.766.6780x28; or email@example.com.