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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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Events

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

July 12, 2016

Boys & Girls Club chairman wins Big Giver award

Boys & Girls Club chairman wins Big Giver award By James Barragan, Staff Austin American Statesman – July 12, 2016 Terrell Gates, the…

May 30, 2016

Kevin White of Virtus Talks Student Housing Strategy

VIRTUS’ KEVIN WHITE TALKS STUDENT HOUSING STRATEGY By Catherine Meredith Bisnow London – May 20, 2016 The student housing industry has proven a…

February 4, 2016

Fountain Residential & Virtus RE Develop 531-Bed Student Housing Community in Houston

Fountain Residential & Virtus RE Develop 531-Bed Student Housing Community in Houston By Adelina Osan Multi-Housing News Houston—Fountain Residential Partners, in a joint…

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November 10, 2017

Investing in a Post Brexit World

At Virtus, we have followed with keen interest the Brexit surprise decision, its immediate market aftermath, and the flurry of punditry that has followed it. Days after the decision, over $3 Trillion in equity values have been lost, the pound has fallen to historic levels, and the UK has been downgraded by both S&P and Fitch. What now?

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