Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 18, 2014
Saxena Capital Partners is pleased to announce the launch of their new fund, Saxena Capital Partners’ Real Estate Fund One.
Saxena Capital Partners is a private money lender working in the Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC real estate markets and provides funding for commercial real estate transactions that do not qualify for traditional bank loans. All loans are asset based and considered convenience loans for commercial non-owner occupied properties.
"We feel there is a tremendous opportunity in the marketplace for a type of investment vehicle such as ours. Saxena Capital Real Estate Fund One provides an opportunity to profit from smart real estate investment without the hassle of property ownership." says Sunil Saxena, Managing Partner.
Sunil Saxena (a board certified doctor) is a seasoned real estate developer and investor with over 15 years experience in the Washington DC market.
According to Sunil Saxena “Many savvy investors see the potential for profit in real estate investment, but lack the personal expertise to jump into the market themselves and oversee a fix and flip or building renovation. Our fund provides an excellent alternative — conservative investment, experienced management, with healthy returns.”
"In today's market, a real estate investment is poised to receive a higher return than that of a CD or some mutual funds” says Saxena.
Saxena encourages all those with money to invest, to discover the upside of entering the real estate market by investing in a professionally managed fund like his own to ensure less risk, less work, and better returns.
For more information about Saxena Capital Partners you may visit http://www.saxenacapitalpartners.com or view the latest edition of “Financial News with Leonard Rosen” where Mr. Saxena discusses his fund in detail.
You can personally meet Sunil Saxena June 5th in Las Vegas at Pitbull’s National Hard Money Conference where he will be a featured speaker.
Disclaimer: Saxena Capital Partners only accepts investment dollars from accredited investors. This is not an offer to sell securities.