“Recycled” Capital Gives Non-Traded REITs a Boost

“Recycled” Capital Gives Non-Traded REITs a Boost

One of the biggest stories buzzing through the non-traded REIT industry is the fact that the industry hit a $20 billion high water mark in 2013—almost double the $10.3 billion raised in 2012.

That record high volume of capital pouring into the sector would seem to suggest that non-traded REITs are riding high on a wave of eager investors who are looking to put more money into the growing niche. Yet there is more to the story than that. “The primary reason for this

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