David Osio: Real Estate Investment Provides Long-Term Assets with Liquidity, Upside l

In his capacity as the president and chief executive officer of Davos Financial Group, David Osio oversees an international advisory firm with capabilities in investments, fiduciary management, and real estate. David Osio earned his law degree at Universidad Católica Andrés Bello in Caracas, Venezuela.

Organizations and individuals who are interested in maintaining a real estate portfolio with strong potential for performance often work with experienced real estate advisory firms. These firms represent investors who maintain real estate holdings in the United States, optimizing investment returns through careful management, leasing, and disposition. In addition, real estate advisory firms direct acquisition proceedings including identification of properties, assessment of income capacity or profitability, and financing.

Strong players in the real estate advisory market leverage considerable analytical and real-time market intelligence to pinpoint properties that benefit the interest of their clients. Having determined acquisition targets, capable firms develop capital programs that often entail bridge financing, loans, or investments by private equity partners. Ideal financing strategies incorporate additions, improvements, and expansion of facilities or infrastructure necessary to attract corporate, retail, industrial, or residential tenants. It also proves important, especially for projects that require construction or renovation, to schedule the repayment of loans or debt-service obligations after an initial ramp-up period to ensure adequate cash flow.


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