Investors Sustain Catastrophic REIT Losses

Stockbroker Law - Thursday, September 17, 2015
Investors Sustain Catastrophic REIT Losses

The past ten years has seen an explosion of brokerage sales activity largely involving non-traded REIT investments. REIT’s are Real Estate Investment Trusts which are not publicly traded in the conventional securities markets and exchanges and thus they can be illiquid and an inappropriate investment for any investors. Popular REIT investments include: 

  • American Reality Capital Trust
  • Apple Hospitality
  • Apple REIT
  • Apple Residential Income Trusts
  • Apple Suites
  • Behringer Harvard Opportunity
  • Boston Capital Real Estate
  • Carry Institutional Properties
  • Carry Watermark Investors
  • CNL Growth Properties
  • CNL Hotels
  • CNL Lifestyle Properties
  • CNL Restaurant Properties
  • CNL Retirement
  • Cole Corporate Income Trust
  • Cole Real Estate Income and Strategy
  • Corporate Property Associates
  • Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund
  • G REIT
  • Global Interest Trust
  • Griffin-American Healthcare
  • Hinds Real Estate Investment Trust
  • Inland Diversified Real Estate Trust
  • Jones Lang Lasalle Income Property Trust
  • KBS Legacy Partners
  • KBS Real Estate Investment Trust
  • Landmark and Apartment Trust
  • Lighthouse Value Plus
  • Northstar Healthcare Income
  • Paladin Realty Income Properties
  • RREEF Property Trust
  • Sentio Healthcare Properties
  • Signature Office REIT
  • Smartshop Self Storage
  • Spirit Realty Capital
  • Steadfast Income
  • Strategic Realty and Summit Healthcare
  • Treit and Tier REIT Real Estate Investments
  • Trust Investments

We offer a free initial consultation to investors who feel they may have been victimized with the sale of real estate investment trusts. To schedule your free consultation, please contact the Law Offices of Timothy J. O’Connor at (518) 426-7700.

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