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United States: What is a real estate investment fund?
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A real estate investment fund, sometimes referred to as a real estate private equity fund or real estate fund, is a pooled investment fund structure used to buy or develop real estate. Funds can specialize by asset class, such as office, industrial, retail, medical or residential. They can focus on a specific strategy, including value-added, core, struggling, joint venture, or developing. They can also take the form of open or closed funds.
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