Future of real estate lending

The future of real estate lending

A few weeks ago I wrote an article exploring the new rent backed bonds Blackstone has begun issuing.  When I wrote that article I thought their next step would be to start buying leases from investors and bundling them up.  Turns out, I was wrong…but not by much.

Blackstone is calling their next step B2R.  I recently had a phone call with one of their employees, and I thought I would share my thoughts on what this means for the real estate market.

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During Kenny's decade in finance he bought many single family rentals in rural areas, as a hobby. Along the way, he talked some brave souls into joining him as investors and recently retired from finance to take his hobby to the next level. Keep up to date with everything he's doing on twitter!

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