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    What are risk adjusted returns and why do they matter?

    What Are Risk Adjusted Returns and Why Do They Matter in Real Estate Development? By Andrew Lucas, Director of Capital Markets, Trion Properties Measurement of Profitability   The term ‘risk-adjusted return’ is often bandied about when real estate professionals discuss investments in the market. Investors may be familiar with the term as it relates to…

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    What to Look for in a Multifamily Investment Company

    What to Look for in a Multifamily Investment Company By Max Sharkansky, Managing Partner, Trion Properties The Perfect Match   The strength and stability of real estate’s multifamily sector have attracted a plethora of investors, and with that, a high number of investment companies eager to raise capital and match those investors with their assets…

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    The Cross Promote in a Fund Structure

    The Cross-Promote in a Fund Structure By Mitch Paskover, Managing Partner, Trion Properties Options for Investing   There are a couple of different ways to invest into private real estate. One would be through investing directly into a specific property. When you do that, you are essentially putting all your eggs in one basket. Some…

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