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    How Does the Promote Work in a Fund?

    How Does the Promote Work in a Fund? By Andrew Lucas, Director of Capital Markets, Trion Properties The Promote When a sponsor assembles the finance for a real estate transaction, there are two groups—apart from the lender—with vested interests who need compensation for their roles: the sponsor and the investor.  After the bank or non-bank…

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    Why Investing in a Fund is Not a ‘Blind’ Investment

    Why Investing in a Fund is Not a ‘Blind’ Investment By Max Sharkansky, Managing Partner, Trion Properties Overcoming Hurdles   One of the hurdles that investors often face when considering investing in a fund is overcoming the concern: “I don’t know what I’m investing in. I’m investing into a blind pool.“ While a valid concern,…

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    Comparing Real Estate Funds with Direct Investment Options

    Comparing Real Estate Funds with Direct Investment Options By Andrew Lucas, Director of Capital Markets, Trion Properties The Options   There are essentially only a few ways to invest privately in real estate: buying directly, investing with professional partners in individual projects, or investing via a fund. It is the risk-return profile of the three…

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