March 2017: NEW! Real estate private equity blog moved to

Posts by Stephanie McConnon Sarkar

Acquiring a building with existing leases? Here’s what you need to know about your tenants

Credit analysis is useful when considering the financial strength of tenants and other operating partners. When thoroughly underwriting an retail, office, or industrial property, an analyst may look at these measures to understand the caliber and quality of existing tenants, and therefore, what the future strategy and predicted rental income at the property may be.…

Read More

Open end vs. closed end private equity funds

Open end funds are generally focused on assets that can be freely transferred and are traded on an established trading platform or market. These funds are designed to allow for regular re-calibration of the portfolio to meet the contribution and redemption needs of investors. These funds typically have no specific finite term. Upon committing to…

Read More

Real estate private equity: What it is and how it works

What is real estate private equity? Who are the other major players in real estate? Real estate private equity and other similar fields, defined. Real estate private equity is primarily the business of capital allocation. Private equity funds have capital that they need to invest by purchasing income-producing real estate assets directly. They may also…

Read More