What is a “debt investment fee” and how does it apply to a nontraded REIT?
Answer: If a nontraded REIT invests in real estate-related debt instruments, it may pay a debt investment fee to the sponsor for arranging the acquisition of the debt investments. It has a similar impact on shareholder returns to an acquisition fee paid to the sponsor for real estate property investments.Go Back
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