Bricks and Mortar: Real Estate Investments Provide Unique Challenges

Private funds that invest client money in illiquid real estate - true bricks and mortar as opposed to real estate securities - face unique challenges. Not least among them is scrutiny from the SECs Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations.
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