Gelt Financial’s Vice President Noah Miller will be a featured panelist next week at the 6th Annual NPL, Notes & Default Servicing Forum (East) in Orlando on Monday, March 20. Now in its sixth year on the East Coast, the conference looks forward to welcoming back large institutional buyers, mid-sized funds and smaller private note buyers to discuss market trends, securitizations, the effects of inflation on the market, how to leverage technology to grow your business and new challenges in NPL management.
Noah Miller will be speaking on “Due Diligence Best Practices” alongside five other expert lending panelists. They will be covering:
- The importance of doing your due diligence on the seller as well as the note
- Initial due diligence and secondary due diligence
- The importance of the collateral file
- Taxes, titles and leans
- Should you outsource your due diligence?
- The importance of securing thorough diligence and document accuracy
- Legal considerations for foreclosures and bankruptcies
- Using the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system to look up bankruptcy court filings
Noah Miller is the Vice President of Gelt Financial, a national commercial real estate investment firm providing debt and equity to property owners in the sub $5MM range. Our platform includes providing first mortgage bridge loans, joint venture equity and purchasing distressed debt.
For more than a decade, Miller has successfully led commercial property acquisitions and debt funding in excess of $1.5B, highly specialized across multifamily, office, retail and NNN asset classes. He has been involved in the complete real estate investment lifecycle from acquisitions, rehab, leasing, and dispositions to lending, property workouts and foreclosures.
Featuring timely educational takeaways and variety of tailored networking opportunities, this two day conference will explore how investors can scale their portfolio, and discuss winning strategies to hedge and mitigate risk. Registration for this two day conference closes on March 19 and limited tickets are still available.