- Real estate securities are speculative and entail a high degree of risk.
- Suitable only for investors who have adequate means of providing for current needs and personal contingencies, can bear the economic risk of the investment, and have no need for liquidity. Investment only available to persons who are “accredited investors’ as defined in Rule 501(a) of Regulation D under the Securities Act of1933.
- Lack of Diversification, investment in a single asset creates higher risk and may expose invested principal.
- There is no assurance the property can generate income from investments or assurance
of property appreciation or cash distributions.
- A lessee may have limited financial resources and no significant net worth.
- Loan default can result in a property foreclosure.
- There is no guarantee that the exit strategy will occur.
- Investments are subject to a variety of fees and commissions, including but not limited to carried interest, management fees, acquisition fee and disposition fees.
BYU – Idaho: Potential Enrollment Growth
BYU-Idaho is owned by the LDS or Mormon church. The school was initially founded as Rick’s College in 1888 and upgraded to university status in 2001. It was named BYU Idaho to convey its relationship as a satellite to the church’s flagship university – BYU, located in Provo, UT. At the time of its transition in 2000, Rick’s College had an enrollment of 8,500 students. Currently, BYUIdaho has more than 16,000 full time students. Nearly double. Nelson Brothers anticipates enrollment to continue to grow at a steady pace over the next decade.