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PBRELF I Video
Watch a brief overview of PBRELF I.
BRELF II Video
Watch a brief overview of BRELF II.
PBRELF I Presentation
Adam Fountain, Managing Director of Broadmark Capital, presents the Pyatt Broadmark Real Estate Lending Fund I (PBRELF I) to the Keiretsu Angel Capital Expo in May, 2013. The goal of PBRELF I is preservation of capital and double digit returns. After presenting returns as of April 1, 2013*, this 19 minute video addresses key questions; first and foremost, “Is this fund too good to be true?” He explains why this opportunity exists, risk factors and our reporting and auditing processes. He also answers questions from the audience of accredited investors.
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BRELF II Presentation
Adam Fountain, Managing Director of Broadmark Capital, presents the Broadmark Real Estate Lending Fund (BRELF II) to the Keiretsu Angel Capital Expo in May, 2014. BRELF II is our second real estate lending fund, and is focused on short-term real estate lending in the Mountain West. Mr. Fountain defines the goal of BRELF II as preservation of principal while generating the same returns of PBRELF I in a different geographical market. He addresses market similarities, loan economics, underwriting process and answers questions from the audience of accredited investors.
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The Seattle Times reports on Joseph Schocken's testimony before the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Joseph L. Schocken outlines the benefits of supporting Alaska Airlines in their battle with Delta.
The Puget Sound Business Journal publishes a weakened version of Joseph L. Schocken's opinion piece, 12th Man — Go Hawks, Fly Alaska.
In an interview with the Puget Sound Business Journal, Joseph L. Schocken suggests that the Seattle biotech industry would benefit from an ombudsman.
Adam Fountain is interviewed by the Denver Post regarding crowdfunding.
Joseph L. Schocken writes how the JOBS Act isn't creating as many jobs as it should be.
Joseph L. Schocken prepared a white paper which was given to then President-elect Barack Obama, inspiring elements of the JOBS Act of 2012.
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