Chris Loeffler discusses the differences between Core, Core Plus, Value-Add and Opportunistic Investing Strategies.
Even as many HNWIs invest in real estate via direct investments or private placement offerings, not all are aware of the nuanced differences between the major risk/return profiles. Chris Loeffler, co-founder, and CEO at Caliber joins the show to discuss the true differences between Core, Core Plus, Value-Add, and Opportunistic strategies.
- Background on Caliber, and Chris’s experience across a variety of real estate investment assets and strategies.
- How Chris defines the Core strategy based on the type of investor, rather than a simple risk/return profile.
- Why some assets may be considered Core Plus based on the amount of leverage used in a deal.
- What kind of return investors should expect for Value-Add and Opportunistic deals.
- Why opportunity zones represent an attractive Opportunistic strategy for investors who have a significant capital gain.
- A special offer from Chris Loeffler for listeners of The Alternative Investment Podcast.
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Important: Investments in Caliber private placements can lose entire value, are illiquid, and are speculative. Refer to the Amended and Restated Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) for a more detailed discussion of risk factors.
Caliber – the Wealth Development Company – is a middle-market alternative asset manager and fund sponsor with approximately $2 billion in assets under management and development. The Company sponsors private funds, private syndications, as well as externally managed real estate investment trusts (REITs). It conducts substantially all business through CaliberCos, Inc., a vertically integrated asset manager delivering services which include capital formation and management, real estate development, construction management, acquisitions and sales. Caliber delivers a full suite of alternative investments to a $4 trillion market that includes high net worth, accredited and qualified investors, as well as family offices and smaller institutions. This strategy allows the Company to opportunistically compete in an evolving middle-market arena for alternative investments. Additional information can be found at CaliberCo.com and CaliberFunds.co.
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