What The Press Is Saying

“Real estate risks that send some developers running – those mired in financial woes or are in need of considerable modifications – are exactly what drive Andy Howe. A Wyoming native …… spends most of his time working as a consultant to developers and lenders trying to reach deals for projects impacted by the real estate boom and bust. “We help stalled projects get restarted,” – The Cincinnati Enquire

” ‘Fixer’ Andrew Howe pushes to revive stalled Schoolhouse Lofts project. After 18 months in limbo, the Schoolhouse Lofts project in East Walnut Hills got a new lease on life in May, when developer Andrew Howe cut a deal with lenders and lien holders on the stalled project” – The Business Courier

“A Cincinnati-born developer who relocated to the booming Florida market in the 1990s has now returned to restart a stalled downtown condo project [The McFarland Lofts].” The Business Courier

“When a local bank brought Howe aboard as a consultant on a stalled condo project in Jacksonville last year, “a light- bulb went on,”  ……………… Howe parlayed the experience into a full-time venture, offering hourly consulting to lenders with stalled projects on their hands, and has since taken over and completed more stalled high-rise condos, four in Jacksonville and one in downtown Cincinnati.” Engineering News Record Magazine