Arrivato LLC - Family Office - Connecting People, Capital, & Strategies between Wall Street and Main Street
Company name and description
Brian DeLucia is the Managing Partner of Arrivato LLC, a private family office, strategic partnerships development, and consulting firm within their affiliates’ $20 billion in transactional experience and operating assets under management.
We deploy programmatic and common-sense strategies through our private family capital and relationships that played a part in our own success. We also can discreetly help in the disposition of an asset through personal ultra-high net-worth relationships, dating back 20 years.
Learn How Our Philosophies and Processes Create Differentiation:
✔ Want a fresh alternative. We look at strategy, philosophy, and alignment as our primary interest in building a relationship before capital.
✔ Need to cut through clutter with a simple process that places you on the short stack of top tier leaders and gain proprietary value creation.
✔ Capitalize on the best-in-class relationships through our modern connectivity. This is more effective than shopping transactions and searching for capital.
✔ Focus first on the people and the relationships – then the transaction.
✔ Attract dynamic talent to leverage our substantial distribution of capital and proprietary relationships.
Our strategies are executed through a process that is simple, refreshing, and reality-based through finance, problem solving, value creation, audit/engineered-based cost segregation, business acceleration, disposition, and procurement.
Visit our web-site to see just how we differentiate ourselves from the pile.
Our commercial real estate strategies are built around two areas of focus – the local and regional real estate property owner and the programmatic scale development firms focused on re-positioning, value-add, opportunistic, and ground up development strategies.
Our local and regional approach works with real estate firms that are experiencing challenges in working with their local banks or simply seek an alternative to conventional lending. In many scenarios, these are clients who are borderline or just short within the underwriting guidelines of the local and regional banks for small balance acquisitions and refinances of solid assets within the multi-family, retail/shopping center, hospitality, office, mixed-use, self-storage, warehouse, industrial, and selective specialty sectors.
1. The common challenges our clients face include a past bankruptcy, experienced some setbacks during the banking crisis, has some other nicks on their credit profile from the past, perhaps do not have enough credit tenants to qualify for a CMBS loan on a specific asset, faced with discounted payoff loan and need to close within 30 days, or have other slight challenges that does not qualify at the bank or through CMBS. In these situations, real estate firms believe their only choice is taking a hard money loan. Fortunately, there are other attractive opportunities that are near conventional terms and below hard money terms. We also work with strong borrowers with stable assets that need to close within 1-2 weeks.
2. And many local and regional real estate firms execute strategies around acquiring properties that are not stabilize enough to qualify for conventional loans. We have secured some of the top bridge terms within the industry as low as 5% with leverage as high as 85% LTC/LTV within our partnerships. This includes past experience in turning around under-performing assets through bridge-to-stabilization options that include multi-family, mixed-used, hospitality, retail, office, industrial, and warehouse properties.
3. We have also been a valuable resource in the past for select-service, small hospitality owner-operators who face challenges with losing their existing financing due to failing to maintain responsibility with their PIP requirements and/or under management of their asset. We also work with clients who acquire these assets for cash and need to borrower the CAPEX.
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