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REAL ESTATE FUND RESOURCES
This white paper discusses some of the key considerations in forming a private real estate fund, including strategy, structure, and investment terms.
Real estate securities offerings span a broad continuum of size and complexity. At the largest and most complex end of the spectrum are non-traded and traded Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), which are pooled investment vehicles requiring a large number of investors to satisfy regulatory and tax requirements and generally requiring a substantial asset base to justify the costs of formation and operation.
The private real estate fund strikes a balance between the two ends of the spectrum, enabling a sponsor to raise capital in a pooled fund without being constrained to do successive securities offerings on a deal-by-deal basis, and without the complexity, scale and substantial regulation of forming a REIT.READ MORE WHITE PAPERS
The Following is a concise model excerpt of a private equity fund private placement memorandum (PPM). The PPM is based on a fictitious closed-end real estate fund investing in multi-family residential real estate in California.
The excerpt highlights many of the fund investment terms that should be considered when forming in a private equity real estate fund. The excerpt is intended to provide an idea of the type of information and level of detail that should be expected in a fund and provide a starting point for discussions with an investment fund attorney.READ NOW