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Private Real Estate Funds help investors to diversify investment portfolios.

Access to private real estate investment funds with the potential for high returns thought real estate funds.


What is Real Estate Fund?

A real estate fund is a legal entity formed as an investment vehicle.

RE Funds pool money from multiple investors and then purchase real estate properties directly or invest in other real estate-related assets. In some cases, it may be shares of another fund.

Fund managers manage RE funds. Real estate funds can provide investors access to a diverse portfolio of properties and the potential for high returns.

An example of a public real estate fund is a REIT or real estate investment trust. REIT shares can be purchased on the open market by any investor.

What is private equity real estate?

Private equity real estate is an asset class subset of alternative assets.
Investing in private equity real estate involves buying shares of an entity that is acquiring, financing, and owning property.

What are private equity real estate funds?

A private equity RE fund is a legal entity formed as an investment vehicle focusing on real estate opportunities.

PE RE funds can buy shares of legal entities that own real estate directly or indirectly (buying shares in other RE funds).

PE RE funds can buy shares colorized by equity, debt, or other hybrid positions in capital stocks.

Who can invest in private equity real estate funds?

Private equity real estate funds are open for investing to:

  • Accredited Investors,
  • High-Net-Worth Individual (HNWI),
  • Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individual (UHNWI),
  • Institutions / Family Offices, 
  • Institutions / Pension Funds,
  • Institutions / Nonprofit Funds.

What is the minimum investment for PE RE funds? 

Private equity RE investments require substantial capital for a single investment, ranging from $25,000.00.

What are Returns on Investments from Private Equity Estate Investments?

The level of risk of the investment strategy of each investment opportunity drives returns. 

  • The lowest risk of Core strategies delivers annual returns from 6% to 8%.
  • Core strategies from 8% to 10%.
  • Value-added strategies returns start from 10%.
  • Opportunistic strategies can deliver returns from 15% and up.

Source: Investopedia.

Private Credit Funds

Private credit refers to a loan extended to a privately held company. It provides capital to companies that may not otherwise access the traditional public loan market.

Private credit funds are pools of actively managed capital that invest in private loans.

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