Feb. 25, 2022

Debt and Equity For Commercial Real Estate w/ Tim Milazzo

- StackSource tripled commercial financing volume in 2021 - Rates are still low but nearly every economist expects them to rise in 2022 and 2023 - Expanding StackSource's platform beyond senior debt placement - Hiring up Capital Advisors nationwide/why...


StackSource tripled commercial financing volume in 2021 – Rates are still low but nearly every economist expects them to rise in 2022 and 2023 – Expanding StackSource’s platform beyond senior debt placement – Hiring up Capital Advisors nationwide/why debt and equity brokers are jumping ship to StackSource

Tim is the co-founder & CEO of StackSource. He identified the market opportunity for a tech-enabled commercial real estate financing platform, recruited Nathan as a co-founder, and built the company. Prior to StackSource, Tim worked for tech giants Facebook and Google where he helped expand B2B marketplaces in ad tech. Years ago, he interned at a top NYC real estate company before the current real estate tech wave. He comes from a family with history in real estate.

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Tim Milazzo

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Tim Milazzo is the co-founder & CEO of StackSource, a tech-enabled commercial real estate financing platform. StackSource has arranged nearly $1 Billion of
commercial financing transactions. They are re-inventing the stagnant mortgage brokerage model with a tech- enabled marketplace/service.
Tim speaks from experience when
he says that the best possible financing for a commercial/multifamily real estate deal doesn’t have to be painful. StackSource brings transparency to commercial financing.
Prior to StackSource, Tim worked for tech giants Facebook and Google where he helped expand B2B marketplaces in ad tech. He comes from a family with history in real estate.

• How Top Real Estate Investors Finance Their Portfolios • Using Technology to Automate Financing
• The Role Of Design In Building A Great Business
• How To Easily Generate More Investor Leads
• How To Create A Strong Brand And Why It Matters 4 Questions for Tim
1. Why did you start StackSource?
2. What are the current trends in the capital markets?
3. How should I finance X? Or, what financing mistakes should I make it my business plan is Y?
4. What’s the newest thing you’re working on?