Real Estate - SEPTEMBER 17, 2020

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Trier Capital launches multifamily fund

by Kali Persall

Trier Capital, a multifamily real estate investment firm, has launched a new passive investment fund focused on the Southeast and select locations across the United States.

Trier Capital specializes in apartments with a minimum of 100 units and a purchase price between $1 million and $10 million. The firm focuses on class B properties located in class A markets, and class C+ properties located in class B markets. The average hold period is from three to five years.

“Passive real estate investing allows investors to buy into a property without any of the hassle of owning and operating the property,” says Erik Hatch, CEO of Trier Capital. “This has a few distinct advantages: access to periodic cash flow and property appreciation, a limit to the overall downside investment risk, and a freedom from day-to-day property management.”

Investors with $50,000 or more of capital can access a range of passive investing deals through the new fund. A fundraising targe

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