Stephan Kachani is Vice President of Lone Oak Fund, one of California’s largest private bridge lenders, with over 500 members now in the fund. Since Stephan joined the firm in 2003, he has closed over 1.5 Billion in bridge loans, become an investor in the fund, and an expert in private bridge lending. Often interviewed and written about, Stephan also writes about and speaks on real estate finance related issues.
Among Stephan's accomplishments are the hundreds of relationships he has developed throughout Southern and Northern California, financing loans for clients of institutional banks, commercial banks, mortgage bankers, mortgage brokers, attorneys, life insurance companies, equity funds, CPAs, financial advisors, estate planners, and money managers while providing a profit center for them.
Stephan has developed and manages the Lone Oak Real Estate group (Distressed Asset Acquisition & Disposition) on LinkedIn, which has over 18,000 members and growing. INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS, INVESTORS, AND PRINCIPALS ARE INVITED TO JOIN! (www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1853381)
ABOUT LONE OAK FUND:
Lone Oak Fund is a private mortgage fund larger than many banks that makes bridge loans typically ranging from $500K to $12.5M on commercial and residential properties located throughout Southern and Northern California. Founded and managed by experienced real estate developers, Lone Oak Fund is the preferred lender for professionals seeking fast, reliable bridge financing for their clients, while providing an additional profit center.
Since its inception in 2003, Lone Oak Fund has become one of the largest and fastest growing private bridge lenders in California. The fund is supported by the financial strength of its 500 plus members, including high-net-worth individuals, institutions, and pension funds, with over a billion dollars in loans funded.
CALLStephan 310.826.2888 x28( L.A).; 415.826.2888 x28 (S.F.); or 310.488.2819 (Cell); [email protected]
Mortgage Bridge Lending Specialist; Speaker for issues related to real estate structuring and finance