What Is A Real Estate Investment Fund? – Finance and Banking

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What Is A Real Estate Investment Fund?

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A real estate investment fund—sometimes referred to as a
real estate private equity fund or real estate fund—is a
pooled investment fund structure used to purchase or develop real
estate. Funds may specialize by asset class, such as office,
industrial, retail, medical, or residential. They might focus on a
specific strategy, including value-add, core, distressed, joint
venture equity, or development. They may also take the form of
open-ended or closed funds.

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