What is Investor Accreditation and Why Does it Matter?

What is Investor Accreditation and Why Does it Matter?

Nothing in this blog is or should be construed as investment advice or an offer or solicitation of offers of investments. Both Real Estate Investments and Securities offerings are speculative and involve substantial risks.  Consult with your legal and investment...
What is a Real Estate Private Equity Waterfall?

What is a Real Estate Private Equity Waterfall?

In most private equity real estate (“PERE”) syndications, the distributions of income between investors and the manager are allocated via what is commonly referred to as a “waterfall.” The waterfall is designed to align economic interests of investors and the manager...
What are single asset syndications?

What are single asset syndications?

A syndication can be defined as a group of investors who collectively hold a single asset. This could be as LP and GP members of an equity investment LLC, or as Co-Lenders who pool their money and make a single loan to a borrower. In either case, they are considered a...
What are Open-End Funds?

What are Open-End Funds?

Investment Period: Open-end funds are set up as legal entities that are constantly raising new capital from investors and continuously deploying that capital into new investment. Open-end funds generally do not have a set fundraise time horizon. Capital Call:...
What are Closed-End Funds?

What are Closed-End Funds?

Investment Period: Closed-end funds are set up as a vehicle that has a defined capital raising period, a defined investing period, and a defined harvesting period. During the capital raising period the fund manager is seeking capital commitments from investors, which...