Exeter Group draws upon long-standing relationships for project financing.
- Equity capital comes from a network of high net worth individuals, family offices, and private equity firms.
- Local and state grants are secured for environmental cleanup, green technology, and other unique project needs
- Tax increment and other specialized municipal financing tools are utilized whenever available.
- Third party joint ventures – with private equity funds, real estate investment trusts, public pension funds, public agencies, and even other developers – are used to create advantageous capital arrangements for complicated transactions.
- Construction financing is typically provided by local banking institutions and permanent debt usually comes from insurance companies and agencies like Fannie Mae.
- Projects are owned by separate bankruptcy-remote ownership vehicles.