October 11 | National Real Estate Investor

Problem Assets Often Trade in Under-the-Radar Transactions | by Susan Piperato | Private equity firms are increasingly acquiring lender-owned properties through small transactions that the public does not always see, writes National Real Estate Investor's Susan Piperato. These under-the-radar sales allow owners of distressed properties to stay on after buyouts and continue to manage assets.

One reason these deals remain hidden is because distressed commercial properties tend to be smaller and more geographically dispersed than is typically appropriate for institutional investors according to Sam Chandan.

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