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Learn how to invest in private, institutional-quality commercial real estate and why
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FEATURES

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32 Full Color Pages

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Charts, Graphs & Examples

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Written by
Private Equity Financial Experts

TOPICS COVERED
FINDING A DEAL

- Private Commercial Real Estate Defined
- Benefits of Investments
- Investment Risks
- Risk vs. Return
- Funds vs. Private Deals
- Portfolio Allocation Guidelines

QUALIFYING A DEAL

- Investment Manager Due Diligence
- The Underwriting Process
- Property Specific Risks
- Potential Returns
- Return Structure
- Example Return Structure
- Fees

FUNDING A DEAL

- Understanding the Capital Stack
- The Effect of Interest Rates

MANAGING A DEAL

- Common Property Management Activities

EXITING A DEAL

- Tax Implications of a Profitable Sales

REVISED Q4 2020

- Revised to include recent tax & market considerations

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