By Dr. James M. Dahle, WCI Founder
I’ve been investing in private real estate since 2012 and have been more heavily involved with it since 2014-2015. These private syndications and funds generally require you to be an accredited investor, and they also require you to be willing to give up a lot of liquidity. Once you invest, your money is often tied up for 1-10 years before you get it back. This provides managers with flexibility so that they don’t have to worry about all of the investors demanding their money at once, but it does make it difficult to really judge an investment until the very end.
Each time I actually have one of these investments go round trip, I do a blog post about it so you can get (in my best Paul Harvey voice) “the rest of the story.” After 3 1/2 years, my investment in the CityVest DLP Access Fund has gone round trip. Let’s take a look at how it did.
What Was the DLP Access Fund?
DLP Capital is a current WCI sponsor that offers various debt and…
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