The mission of Premier Multifamily Consultants, LLC is to navigate borrowers through the 221d4 process in order to secure all the benefits associated with FHA multifamily financing.
Charlie Moussa, the Owner of Premier Multifamily Consultants, LLC, has had the pleasure of working in the 221d4 space for 20 years. As a multifamily executive with extensive experience in development and construction of garden, wrap, podium and mixed-use properties, he will utilize his vast knowledge of HUD regulations, financing, proformas, budgets, and construction timelines to ensure the best results for his clients.
Leander, TX - 225+ units
Upon acquisition, this project had a 45 day window to accomplish initial closing. Within that compressed timeframe, Charlie, Premier and the development team took various actions with respect to the plans, the development budget and the consultants' fees to create additional value by lowering the debt service on the project.
Waco, TX - 100+ units
Premier played a pivotal role in the development of this project from the land acquisition to the initial closing. This included negotiating rents and expenses, engaging the design consultants and monitoring and ensuring the acquisition of the permits from the city.
Marble Falls, TX - 175+ units
Charlie and other members of the development team along with Premier completed the development of this project from land acquisition to initial closing. This included creative budgeting solutions to reduce the capital necessary for the project.
Denton, TX - 250+ units
Charlie and Premier held a lead role in the development of this project from land acquisition to initial closing. The site plan was designed to accommodate a public road that ran through the center of the site. In addition, Premier continues to support the project by approving monthly loan advances and by providing development management.
Durango, CO - 175+ units
Charlie, the development team, and Premier worked on this project from land acquisition to initial closing, including negotiations with neighboring landowners, monitoring the loan budget monthly and reallocating areas of the loan to reduce the need for additional capital.