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Defense hits key government witness in Brian Block fraud trial

June 16, 2017

The defense for Brian Block, the former chief financial officer for American Realty Capital Properties Inc. who is on trial for securities fraud, continued to work to undercut a key government witness who worked alongside Mr. Block in creating...

Accounting at ARCP center of fraud charges against Brian Block

June 15, 2017

A former high-ranking executive at American Realty Capital Properties Inc. testified on Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday that in emails and meetings in 2014 he repeatedly raised the warning of an accounting mistake in the real estate investment...

Trial begins for former CFO of ARCP, Brian Block

June 14, 2017

Did Brian Block, former chief financial officer of a giant real estate investment trust once controlled by Nicholas Schorsch, cook the books in 2014 as he faced pressure to hit financial goals for the company? Or, rather, did Mr. Block act in...

Layoffs, reorganization for First Capital

June 1, 2017

Employees of the First Capital companies, which include a small non-traded real estate investment trust and business development company, were told over the Memorial Day weekend in a memo that there would be layoffs and a reorganization of the...

New Jersey fines David Lerner Associates for nontraded REIT sales

May 26, 2017

New York-based David Lerner Associates Inc. has signed a consent order from the New Jersey Department of Securities resolving allegations that it unlawfully sold nontraded REITs in the state. In signing the consent order, the firm agreed to...

Nicholas Schorsch 'highly focused' on cash-flow metric at center of alleged ARCP fraud: Feds

May 18, 2017

Nicholas Schorsch, the former executive chairman of the giant REIT American Realty Capital Properties Inc., now called Vereit Inc., had a keen interest and was "highly focused" on a cash-flow metric that the federal government alleges was at...

LPL may have to refund up to $8 million to resolve New Hampshire REIT case

May 3, 2017

LPL Financial could end up refunding $8 million to clients under a settlement it reached with the the New Hampshire Bureau of Securities over sales of nontraded real estate investment trusts. LPL and New Hampshire reached the settlement in December...

Judge declines to dismiss indictment against former ARCP CFO Brian Block

May 1, 2017

A federal judge on Friday declined to dismiss an indictment alleging that Brian Block, the former chief financial officer of American Realty Capital Properties Inc., or ARCP, participated in a fraudulent scheme to inflate the company's financial...

Nuveen adds direct real estate to target-date funds

April 24, 2017

There are plenty of reasons why owning direct real estate inside a registered mutual fund could present challenges to a portfolio manager, but Nuveen is focusing on the potential upside by adding real estate to it TIAA-CREF Life Cycle Funds....

REITs: Laggards, but for how long?

March 29, 2017

In this market, looking for bargains is like looking for a good show on local cable at 2:00 in the morning. While commercial real estate isn't cheap, REITs offer decent yields — and the chance to buy something that hasn't participated in the...

Resolving Nick Schorsch's legal problems taking a long time

March 24, 2017

The legal web for Nicholas Schorsch and his partners this month became more tangled. On March 8, the RCS Creditor Trust, the group that now controls the remains of RCS Capital Corp., or RCAP, a bankrupt brokerage formerly controlled by Mr. Schorsch,...

Investors accuse Nicholas Schorsch of plundering RCAP for own gain

March 10, 2017

A group of investors has accused Nicholas Schorsch, the former nontraded REIT czar, and his partners of siphoning off revenue in RCS Capital, or RCAP, a company once controlled by Mr. Schorsch that went into bankruptcy. The allegation, which...

Shareholders approve merger of two Schorsch REITs

February 16, 2017

A year ago, Nicholas Schorsch, the former nontraded REIT czar, was working to consolidate more than half a dozen real estate investment trusts with more than $10 billion in assets. Now, those moves have begun to bear fruit for Mr. Schorsch and...

Changing direction, FS Investments launching a nontraded REIT

February 14, 2017

FS Investments launched a $2.5 billion commercial mortgage nontraded REIT Monday, a first for the company better known for sponsoring non-traded business development companies. The new company, FS Credit Real Estate Income Trust Inc., has hired...

Ron Carson reveals friction with LPL led to move to Cetera

January 22, 2017

In his first interview after officially moving his firm to Cetera Financial Group last week, Ron Carson acknowledged there was friction between him and his old broker-dealer, LPL Financial, and said he ultimately lost faith in the ability of...

Trump throws monkey wrench into REIT sector

December 27, 2016

2016 was supposed to be the year of the REIT — until it wasn't. In September, real estate got its own major market index category, bringing real estate investment trusts more visibility and, by extension, access to more capital. Like clockwork,...

Couple wins $922K arbitration claim over illiquid real estate investments

December 15, 2016

Mid Atlantic Capital Corp., an independent broker-dealer, lost a $922,000 arbitration award on Tuesday to a couple who sued the company over sales of illiquid real estate private placements and nontraded real estate investment trusts. The claimants,...

Troubled Texas REIT sends confusing signals to shareholders

December 13, 2016

As the year draws to a close, questions continue to linger for investors who own United Development Funds real estate investment trusts and the reps who sold them. The four UDF-managed REITs have combined assets of $1.3 billion but have not...

Payroll problems dog small nontraded REIT

November 23, 2016

A small nontraded real estate investment trust that has missed filing financial statements with the Securities and Exchange Commission for more than a year and recently cut its dividend to investors is now facing another hurdle: failing to pay...

SEC hits troubled Texas REIT with Wells notice

October 18, 2016

Troubled Texas real estate investment trust United Development Funding IV on Tuesday afternoon said it had been hit with a double whammy. According to a company press release, the Securities and Exchange Commission has issued a Wells notice...

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