The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles Once in 100 years

The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles Once in 100 years centennial celebration

Financial Compound is pleased to sponsor the once in 100 years mega dinner on May 25, 2011.  The event willl be held at Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica airport from 5:30pm to 8:30pm.  The evening’s honorees are prominent philanthropists and business leaders Stanley P. Gold, Bram Goldsmith, and Nina Tassler.  The Jewish Federation  continues its 100 year tradition of helping jews and others in need, engaging with the community and ensuring the jewish future.  Commercial mortgage broker Financial Compound remains an active participant and sponsor of the federation’s and Real Estate Cabinet’s annual fundraising dinners.

Financial Compound staffmember Michael Schwartz is currently REC’s shabbat dinner chair, a committee he started and coordinates.  The shabbat dinner committee organizes four shabbat dinners each year for the members or the REC.  Each dinner has about 50 participants, with 3 hosts and have been great networking and outreach opportunities for commercial real estate professionals.  Michael Schwartz also started the REC’s dvar torah committee wherein a REC member gives a 2 minutes discussion of the weekly bible portion at the beginning of each REC monthly breakfast.  The dvar torah committee has also been a great outreach program.  Financial Compound looks forward to the next 100 years of Jewish Federation service and to its own future involvement in community outreach and networking within the commercial real estate community in Los Angeles.

Commercial mortgage broker Financial Compound remains active in 2011 with a variety of commercial real estate finance activity.  Some of our current assignments include a $25 million line of credit for tax lien acquisitions, a $25 million line of credit for purchase of single family homes from foreclosure sales, a $10 million industrial building construction loan in Texas, a $3 million self storage acquisition loan for a quick close short sale, and  $20 million refinance of a distressed CMBS shopping center loan in the Carolinas.