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ABOUT THE FUND
KCVG also focuses on opportunistic acquisition, financing and development opportunities on a variety of other real estate projects including retail, hotel, land, net leased properties, and financing and joint venture activities.
FUND INVESTMENT CRITERIA
The opportunity funds are “small-cap” investment vehicles organized to provide various forms of capital throughout the capital stack for commercial real estate opportunities through operating partners with an ability to provide proprietary deal flow through off market or direct deals through our extensive nationwide platform. The Fund will consider investments which meet the following criteria:
- All types of income-producing commercial real estate. Multifamily assets preferred.
- Acquisitions and refinance opportunities preferred.
- Purchase and finance the purchase of performing and non-performing commercial real estate loans where risk adjusted returns warrant.
- Demonstration of a one to five year exit strategy.
- Deal Size: $2 to 5 million in funds provided preferred. Larger and smaller deals will be considered on a limited basis.
- Geography: National
- Bridge and High Leverage Loans: Loans for short-term capital needs such as a refinance of a maturing loan or a note purchase.
- Mezzanine Loans: Provide additional leverage for the acquisition or refinancing of income producing properties which may be encumbered by existing debt that prohibits conventional secondary financing.
- Preferred Equity: May be appropriate where the current financing prohibits the granting of a lien or a pledge of ownership interest.
- Joint Venture Equity: The Fund will invest as a joint venture partner with qualified sponsors where there is significant opportunity for added cash flow and value.
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