‘Foong on Finance’ with Keat Foong: New Real Estate Investment Fund

There is plenty of private funds seeking below-market properties to scoop up. Recently, GoldOller Real Estate Investments formed a new real estate investment fund to invest opportunistic and value added opportunities east of the Mississippi.

There is plenty of private funds seeking below-market properties to scoop up. Recently, GoldOller Real Estate Investments formed a new real estate investment fund to invest in opportunistic and value added opportunities east of the Mississippi.

Already, the fund has acquired three apartment complexes consisting of more than 600 units, in Indianapolis, Greenville, N. C. and Greenville, N. C.  

Richard Oller and affordable housing veteran Jeffrey Goldstein are principals of the new firm, an affiliate of their firm, Multifamily Management Services. The combined companies own and manage apartment communities consisting of more than 30,000 units ranging from affordable housing to high-end residential buildings and premier condominiums.

Together with its affiliate companies, GoldOller offers the full breadth of real estate services from acquisition and development to leasing and asset management.

GoldOller says its relationship with its investors provides it with access to capital and resources to act on appropriate opportunities very quickly, giving it a competitive edge.

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