Residential Credit Strategies
U.S. residential real estate is one of the largest markets in the world, with over $14 trillion¹ in residential mortgage debt. We believe Rice Park is uniquely positioned to utilize its extensive network of relationships to create, source, and finance residential real estate investment opportunities. With a fundamental focus on residential credit, macro-level themes, and a strong operational understanding of the entire production and asset management chain, Rice Park seeks to deliver risk-adjusted returns that fit a multitude of investor objectives.
- Utilizing a deep focus on the production and operational processes necessary to create and access assets.
- Focusing on products in growing sectors backed by macro-level themes of supply, demand, and evolving demographics.
- Ensuring a strong alignment of interest across the production chain from underlying borrowers to the capital markets and financing partners.
- Actively managing the servicing and being able to positively impact outcomes.
- Forming partnerships based and strong reputations and character.
For more information about Rice Park residential credit strategies or to inquire about other investment opportunities, please feel free to contact us.
Hunter Street & Rice Park Acquire ABL
ABL provides real estate investors with access to cash through real estate investor loan programs. Borrowers use the loans to finance business activities, including fix-and-flip projects, new construction, and term lending products for non-owner-occupied properties. Hunter Street and Rice Park will support the growth of ABL, while integrating ABL’s existing loan portfolio and origination capabilities into its broader residential loan investment platform.
Asset Based Lending, LLC
Established in 2010, Asset Based Lending, LLC is a Hard Money Lender providing fast bridge financing to real estate investors for the purchase, renovation, new construction, or long-term refinancing of single-family, multi-family, and mixed-use properties. ABL has closed thousands of loans since they began with total transaction amounts in excess of $1.75B.