Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)

Non-traded real estate investment trusts (“REIT”s) do not allow investors to sell their shares or redeem their shares for a greater amount than their purchase price and charge extremely high fees, making it extremely difficult for shareholders to make a positive return on their investment. However, broker-dealers and investment advisers usually receive large commissions for selling non-traded REITs (no matter whether they are suitable assets for the investors who hired them), putting their own financial interests above those of the investors.

The attorneys at Rosenberger + Kawabata fight for investors who have incurred losses as the result of violations of the various laws and regulations prohibiting the improper sale of REITs.

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