PropertyFit is an open market CPACE program which offers multiple capital source options to Property Owners. Qualified Capital Providers are invited to enroll and to use the unique benefit assessment structure to secure the financing of building performance improvement projects in Multnomah County.
Why become an Enrolled Capital Provider
PropertyFit offers many benefits to Capital Providers:
Increase Origination Opportunities
- Listing on the PropertyFit website that will attract new clients
- PropertyFit adds to your product offering, increasing your value to new and existing clients
- Enrollment enables you to offer this unique financing solution that removes capital access and return on investment barriers that have stalled past projects
- Receive opportunities to offer terms sheets on PropertyFit originated projects
Strengthen Your Investment Portfolio
- CPACE financing is secured by a benefit assessment lien on the property, junior only to property taxes
- You retain the loan servicing of the transaction and the relationship with your client
- Your PropertyFit investment improves the value of the building you’ve financed thus increasing the value of your underlying collateral and further strengthening the overall value of your investment portfolio.
- PropertyFit offers the ability access the property tax collection system in the event of default.
Support Healthy, Resilient Communities
- PropertyFit projects supports sustainable development, building resiliency, and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
- The PropertyFit program invests in a strong social equity agenda which promotes job growth and community economic development.
- PropertyFit projects preserve and improve the performance of the existing building stock and encourages new sustainable development.
How to Become a Capital Provider
To become an enrolled Capital Providers complete and submit the Capital Provider Application and Participation Agreement. As part of the enrollment process Capital Providers must agree to originate transaction in accordance with the PropertyFit Program guidelines. In addition, Capital Providers must execute a Capital Provider Agreement and use the PropertyFit standard template documents as part of the closing of each transaction they fund.
Once approved, qualified Capital Providers can participate in two ways:
Directly originate CPACE projects and submit applications to PropertyFit for administrative approval and filing of the Benefit Assessment Lien
Respond to “request for offers” on projects originated by PropertyFit directly. In some instances, property owners may apply to PropertyFit without a preselected capital provider. In such a case, PropertyFit will facilitate the solicitation of terms sheets from enrolled capital providers.
For more information about Capital Provider enrollment see the Capital Provider section of the Program Guide or contact Shelly Haack at email@example.com or at 503-360-4555.