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Private Placement Debt – Not All Debt Is Created Equal

Private Placement Debt – Not All Debt Is Created Equal Expectations of increased volatility in traditional equities markets is driving many high net worth investors to seek new asset classes whose performance isn’t coupled to the fluctuations of public markets. In many cases, this has led investors into the world of private placement debt. Like private equity, private placement […]

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The Case for Alternative Investments

The Case for Alternative Investments This year, we expect to see dramatic increases in both risk and volatility, particularly when it comes to traditional asset classes. As a result, “alternative investments” are expected to increase substantially as high net worth investors seek new ways to diversify their portfolios and decrease exposure to market volatility. The term “alternative […]

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Trump Immigration Policy: Impact on Real Estate

Trump Immigration Policy: Impact on Real Estate The Trump administration’s plans to crack down on immigration and deport undocumented workers have made headlines around the world. But one area in which the new policy may have a surprising impact is the home real estate market. Demand from foreign-born homebuyers represents an underreported sector of the housing market. […]

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WFP Income Fund Announces a 6.89% Net Annualized Return through February 28, 2017

WFP Income Fund Announces a 6.89% Net Annualized Return through February 28, 2017 March 3, 2017, Los Angeles, California – The WFP Income Fund, managed by Wilshire Finance Partners, paid investors a 6.89% net annualized non-compounded return through February 28, 2017.  The monthly net non-compounded return in February 2017 on a standalone basis was 0.55% […]

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Beyond Silicon Beach

Beyond Silicon Beach The sharp rise in California real estate prices over the last few years has led some commercial real estate investors to wonder if the opportunity to buy into the market has already passed them by. Rapid job growth in the Bay Area, coupled with limited appetite for expanding building permits has led […]

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Non-Bank Financing

Non-Bank Financing One of the biggest stories in commercial real estate lending in recent years has been the rise of non-bank lending, particularly for short-term loans. While traditional lenders such as banks have been in and out of the short-term real estate loan business for years, non-bank lenders have recently seized the opportunity to step […]

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Multifamily Investments in Southern California

Multifamily Investments in Southern California With the economic recovery entering its fourth year, some real estate investors are starting to wonder if the sector is starting to run out of gas. This concern is especially strong in the case of multifamily buildings; in some cities, rental prices have either ceased climbing or have even fallen […]

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WFP Income Fund Announces a 6.66% Net Annualized Return through January 31, 2017

February 6, 2017, Los Angeles, California – The WFP Income Fund, managed by Wilshire Finance Partners, paid investors a 6.66% net annualized non-compounded return in January 31, 2017.  The monthly net return in January 2017 was 0.57%.  The net annualized compounded return for the fund since its inception on September 23, 2013 through January 31, […]

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The First 100 Days

The First 100 Days The Trump administration is expected to have an immediate impact on the multifamily real estate sector in the first half of 2017. The President campaigned on a platform of lower taxes and increased spending, and in his first week has shown a willingness to move quickly on his campaign promises. That […]

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WFP Opportunity Fund Announces a 13.77% Net Annualized Return for Full Year 2016

January 11, 2017, Los Angeles, California – The WFP Opportunity Fund, managed by Wilshire Finance Partners, generated a 13.77% net annualized non-compounded return for full year 2016.  The annualized non-compounded return for the third quarter on a stand-alone basis was 14.98%.  The net annualized compounded return for the fund since its inception on September 23, […]

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