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Asset managers beat the bushes to woo reclusive family offices
They trot out celebrity executives, hold conferences and make sweetened investment offers to bring in private wealth to private equity.
A diamond in the rough: Multi-tenant industrial properties
In the face of high valuations throughout the real estate industry, multi-tenant industrial has not yet inflated in value, making it a strong investment to consider, as these assets are poised for future growth.
Real estate company seeks $20M for New York City mausoleum high-rise
Rest in peace and luxury: Average prices are expected to top $65,000 for crypts and $17,000 for niches for funerary urns.
How portfolio diversification can help deliver more income to clients
Customized trade-offs between volatility and income benefits can help clients meet a variety of investment goals.
A portfolio strategy that goes all in for alts to dial down market risk
Altegris founder launches new model likely to draw naysayers (who will be singing a different tune when the market corrects)
InvestmentNews launches nontraded REIT database
Information will help advisers evaluate current offerings in $20 billion industry.
RCAP earnings down on weaker sales of nontraded REITs
Broker-dealer built by Nicholas Schorsch nearly doubled first-quarter loss from a year ago, thanks to weakness in the wholesale distribution of investment products.
The housing market steps up to provide a needed economic boost
Breakfast with Benjamin: The solid housing market stands in contrast to the dismal first quarter GDP numbers.
ARCP insiders generated $900M in fees during buying binge: lawsuit
In an updated lawsuit, plaintiffs allege American Realty Capital Properties insiders artificially inflated a key metric to help it grow into a powerhouse with 4,400 properties and $21 billion in assets.
Activists expected to push REIT mergers this year
Analyst forecasts four or five deals a year, up from the one a year pace since the financial crisis.
More companies than ever avoid paying taxes
A record 54 companies in the S&P 500 are now at least partially exempt from the corporate income tax, more than twice the number four years ago.
New Hampshire wants LPL to pay $3.6M over nontraded REIT sales
Case, involving 48 sales, stems from an 81-year-old investor who lost a substantial amount on the product.
Sales woes at Cole Capital lead to further exodus of talent
Two dozen wholesalers and account executives have left, with the lion's share joining a rival nontraded REIT wholesaler.
Markets start to fret about higher rates
Breakfast with Benjamin: The first quarter ends with a thud, and now everybody can start worrying about a rate hike.
SEC drops investigation of Inland American but giant REIT raises new questions over fees
The giant nontraded real estate investment trust, with $7.5 billion in total assets at the end of 2014, received a clean bill of health but joined a lawsuit against former business partners.