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Three Fundamentals Favor Workforce Housing

Multifamily housing has been an appealing asset class for decades, however, the sector has threatened to be a victim of its own success. In a crowded market for multifamily, we see a bright light in workforce housing. Our CEO, Terrell Gates, dives deeper in our latest article.

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Virtus Raises $408M to Execute Cycle-Resilient Investment Strategy

Virtus Real Estate, LLC (“Virtus”), an industry leader in alternative real estate property types, announced today that it has raised total commitments of $408.5 million to execute its cycle-resilient opportunistic strategy.

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Nov. 8

2017 Hightower Investment Forum

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Oct. 25

Private Wealth Houston Forum

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Oct. 23-24

Financial Advisor Alternatives Conference

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Media Coverage

January 2, 2018

PERE: LOOK AHEAD 2018: In alternative RE, terms favor operators, not capital

Terrell Gates speaks to PERE’s Meghan Morris about his 2018 outlook for the alternative real estate industry.

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November 30, 2017

WSJ: Housing Starts Bounce Back Strongly

By Laura Kusisto and Sarah Chaney “It was a little bit of a dead cat bounce after the hurricanes” Our CEO, Terrell Gates,…

November 30, 2017

HousingWire: New home construction increases to meet rising demand

Terrell Gates speaks to HousingWire’s Kelsey Ramirez on his analysis of the October housing starts data and his outlook for the US housing market.

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December 19, 2017

Virtus Outlook on Medical Office Space

Total healthcare spending in the United States has been headed in one direction for the past 50 years—up, up, and up. Since 1960, there has not been a single year in which total healthcare spending was less than the prior year. In a way, one could amend the age-old saying: the only things certain in life are actually death, taxes, and that the U.S. will spend more on healthcare next year.