Venture Development's projects pay dividends

August 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);8/25/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 34, pP12
The article focuses on Venture Development Group, a Las Vegas, Nevada firm. During the real estate downturn, the Venture Development Group has managed to stay alive by doing a single tenant custom buildings. According to the author, the firm has a present project of $100 million for franchisees like Tutor Times and Raising Cane's. Matt Bear, principal of Venture Development Group, relates that financing is easier when you have tenants because the banks know the source of repayment.


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