What is SBRE?

SBRE refers to any real estate asset-based investment opportunity that is non-institutional in size, scale and scope. This includes a wide variety of real estate asset-based strategies and types including private money lending, value-add direct acquisition of real estate (multiple asset types both residential and commercial), acquisition of distressed or discounted debt, and much more. SBRE transactions represent a large part of the total volume of real estate transactions in the United States according to Costar. SBRE is a highly fragmented market with what we believe are opportunities that have the potential to generate attractive risk-adjusted returns for SBRE investors.


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