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BREIT Investor Losses Investigated by Bakhtiari & Harrison

Bakhtiari & Harrison is investigating potential claims on behalf of investors who purchased BREIT through their financial advisor or brokerage firm. If you are an investor that lost more than $100,000 in BREIT you should consider all legal options. If you wish to discuss your particular situation and the potential for the recovery of your investment losses, or you have information of interest, please contact us for an evaluation of your potential case.

Investors, particularly retirees, often seek out investment opportunities that promise safety and capital preservation. Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) have long been marketed as reliable vehicles for achieving these goals. However, recent developments have raised significant concerns, particularly regarding the performance of the Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust (BREIT). In this piece, we will explore the timeline of BREIT’s performance, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) notices on alternative investments, and what this means for investors who were promised stability and security.

The Appeal of BREIT REIT

BREIT REIT, launched by Blackstone, was initially presented as a stable investment option with the potential for steady income and capital preservation. Its appeal was especially strong among retirees looking for low-risk investment opportunities. The marketing materials highlighted BREIT’s diversified real estate portfolio, professional management, and the potential for consistent returns.

Timeline of BREIT’s Performance

Despite its initial promise, BREIT has faced several challenges that have impacted its performance:

FINRA Notices on Alternative Investments

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has issued several notices and guidelines concerning alternative investments like REITs. These notices aim to protect investors by ensuring that they are fully informed about the risks associated with such investments.

What This Means for Investors

For investors, especially retirees, who were told that BREIT was a safe investment with guaranteed capital preservation, the fund’s poor performance has been a harsh lesson. The decline in NAV and reduced distributions have left many feeling misled and financially vulnerable.

Protecting Your Investments

If you are an investor who was misled about the safety of your investment in BREIT, you have options. At Bakhtiari & Harrison, we specialize in helping investors who have been wronged by their financial advisors. Our expertise includes:


The poor performance of BREIT REIT serves as a stark reminder of the importance of due diligence and suitability in investment recommendations. If you have been adversely affected by your investment in BREIT, contact Bakhtiari & Harrison today. Our team is dedicated to protecting your interests and ensuring that you receive the justice you deserve.