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I offer financial, strategic, and operational consulting to builders and developers ranging from one-man shops to larger companies preparing for their IPOs. Often my clients are dealing with periods of major change due to rapid expansion
or the need to shed assets and debt.
Some of our services have included:
Acting as interim CFO
Renegotiating loans or finding new funding, including vertical financing
Preparing the ground for financial statements reviews and audits
I can also
Help with addressing lumber price fluctuations
Redesign job descriptions, including measures to improve accountability
Help companies interact with with tax accountants
Lamont Jacobsen Consultant
“I am glad you are here and I look forward to serving you!”
Lamont is a University of Washington graduate who spent time in public accounting, part of it with Deloitte & Touche – one of the world’s largest international accounting and consulting firms.
Later he became CFO of one of the largest privately held builders in the Northwest. While there, he and the President (thankfully) survived the one of the worst real estate downturns in two generations and became widely recognized to be one of the fastest growing companies, in any sector, in the Greater Puget Sound region.
Lamont was also President of Equity Holdings, a residential home builder and land developer based in the Puget Sound Region of Washington state, and more recently launched a new startup Aedalin which is the first national online exchange for transferable development rights.
He loves the outdoors, hitting the gym, fly fishing, mountain biking, spending time with his family and attending church and being with his church family.
To see what I have assisted with at some of consulting clients, go here
Builder Five This large production builder, one of the top 15 to 20 in the state, was having a difficult…Read More ▶
Builder Four This high-end custom home builder had struggled through the downturn. They built a beautiful product, but did not…Read More ▶
Builder Three This builder had large land holdings in a resort-type area but was being crushed under heavy debt. The…Read More ▶
Builder Two This infill builder was highly leveraged with financials that were in very poor shape. The company had incredibly…Read More ▶
Builder One This production builder wanted to sell out, but the company financials were in bad shape. Their data got…Read More ▶