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The Ultimate Guide To Investing In Private Real Estate

Learn Everything You Need to Know to Begin Investing in Private, Institutional Quality CRE Estate Deals.

After reading this e-book, you should gain a thorough understanding of what it takes to become a highly successful investor in private equity real estate offerings.

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Learn How to Find the Right Deal, the Right Sponsor, and the Right Structure

With The Ultimate Guide to Investing In Private Real Estate

Here's What You'll Learn:

  • How to find a deal: The benefits and risks of a private commercial real estate investment
  • How to qualify a deal: Our method for evaluating a transaction sponsor and the associated investment opportunity
  • How to fund a deal: Understand the sources of capital used to finance a CRE purchase
  • How to manage a deal: Understand the activities required to manage a CRE asset
  • How to exit a deal: Understand the timing and tax implications of a profitable sale

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Written by Investors With Decades of Experience Acquiring, Managing, and Selling Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Assets.

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