Jan Brzeski's first contribution to the Seeking Alpha investment research community has been published. In the article, Jan argues that public REIT shares such as those of Equity Residential are trading at a premium to the value of their underlying real estate. He explains that investors seeking yield from real estate and related assets can find better risk-adjusted returns outside of the public markets. To access the article, click here: http://seekingalpha.com/article/289077-equity-residential-s-implied-cap-rate-and-why-it-matters
Have you ever wanted to know how professional investors approach investing in real estate loans as opposed to buying real estate itself? By providing loans that banks aren't able to make, investors are earning attractive yields with a healthy margin of safety. However, this strategy requires real expertise and has both disadvantages as well as advantages over tradition real estate investing, such as buying and operating apartment buildings.
At Arixa Capital Advisors, we are doing our best to de-mystify this type of investment. A first step is our comprehensive Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about investing in real estate loans (also known as "bridge lending" or "trust deed investing"). To access our FAQ, please click here. You can also download an interactive PDF of the FAQ by clicking here. If you have questions, comments or suggestions for additional topics that we should cover, please let us know. We look forward to hearing from you.
Our latest newsletter is available now. To check it out, click here. This edition includes articles on the following topics:
- Latest results of Arixa's investment programs
- New Los Angeles retail acquisition
- Arixa's plans to grow
- New educational initiatives and materials
- Discussion of our investment strategy
Arixa Capital Advisors has provided answers to a series of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about investing in short term real estate loans--also known as trust deed investing. Our goal in doing so is to educate investors about various aspects of this lesser-known area within the real estate investment world. Arixa Capital Advisor runs a program of making such investments with its own funds as well as the funds of selected high net worth clients. We are releasing the FAQ in part because we feel trust deed investing offers attractive risk-adjusted returns as of mid-2011, relative to other real estate investment strategies. To access the FAQs, please click here:¬† http://arixacapital.com/trust-deed-investing-faq/
We hope you find this resource useful.¬† If you have any questions, or feedback, please contact Jan Brzeski at (310) 846-1754.
Our first newsletter of 2011 is now available.
Topics covered include selected recent investment originated by Standard Capital; our 6th Annual Round Table Discussion at the Anderson School; and Jan Brzeski's course on trust deed investing at UCLA Extension.
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Author: Jan B. Brzeski
Topics covered include the 5th Annual Round Table Discussion at the Anderson School, Jan Brzeski's upcoming course on trust deed investing at UCLA Extension, and a summary of Arixa Capital's residential fund financial performance year-to-date. To learn more, please access our Fall 2010 Newsletter below.
The article appeared in the Daily Journal on October 27, 2010. The Daily Journal is California's leading publication for legal professionals. The article focuses on the investment niche of making loans secured by trust deeds, as opposed to the more usual type of loan secured by real property. To receive a copy, please email Kari Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org.