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Private REITs: A Focus on BREIT

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) offer a way for investors to gain exposure to real estate without the need to directly own, manage, or finance properties. While many are familiar with publicly traded REITs, private REITs like the Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust (BREIT) also play a significant role in the real estate market. What […]

BREIT Investor Recovery: Insights from Bakhtiari & Harrison

A recent opinion piece in Investment News raises questions about the valuation practices of Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust Inc. (BREIT). Nontraded REITs often rely on internally determined valuations, leading to opacity and potential discrepancies in value. Despite concerns about the broader commercial real estate market, BREIT’s net asset value (NAV) has remained high, raising […]

Moody National Reit: Investor Recovery Options

Navigating real estate investment trusts (REITs) can be challenging. One such REIT under scrutiny is Moody National REIT II, a non-traded REIT that has left many investors facing significant losses. The Impact on Investors Bakhtiari & Harrison is investigating the losses suffered by those who invested in Moody National REIT II based on their brokers’ […]

The Dangers of Investing in Private Real Estate REITs: Protecting Your Investments

The world of private real estate REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) is enticing for investors seeking diversification and steady returns. However, significant dangers inherent in this investment class can have severe consequences for those who are unprepared. This blog aims to illuminate the critical risks associated with private REITs, particularly in due diligence, financial transparency, […]

Recovery of Investor Losses in The Parking REIT

The Parking REIT, a non-traded REIT formed in December 2017 by the merger of MVP REIT and MVP REIT II, invests primarily in parking lots and garages in the United States. Investors who bought into The Parking REIT may have suffered losses due to illiquidity, lack of transparency in valuation, and substantial conflicts of interest. […]