GCA California Real Estate Fund, LLC provided its investors with a net annualized return of 13.75% for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2012
Campbell, CA (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
GCA Equity Partners, LLC (http://www.gcaequitypartners.com), today announced that its GCA California Real Estate Fund, LLC provided its investors with a net annualized return of 13.75% for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2012. Investors who have participated in the fund since inception have consistently realized double-digit annualized returns from over 11% to almost 14%.
The fund provides short-term financing for the purchase and rehabilitation of distressed properties as well as for new construction. Its unique debt/equity model gives investors income while a project is being built or remodeled, and then an additional return if and when the property is sold at a profit or refinanced at its current value.
The managers of the GCA California Real Estate Fund, Thomas Braegelmann and Charles Tralka, have a combined total of more than 50 years of real estate investment experience. They strategically identify properties to be funded by looking for strong profit potential, and then structure deals that are closely aligned with investor interests.
They also have an active risk management approach which includes third-party construction control and project management resources. As a result, the fund generated an 11.45% net annualized return in calendar Q2 and a 12.26% return in calendar Q3 for its investors, before finishing 2012 with a 13.75% annualized net return in calendar Q4.
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About GCA Equity Partners
The Fund, a California State registered offering, offers investors an 8% annual preferred rate, but targets total annualized investor returns in the low double digit range through its combined interest and shared appreciation (contingent interest) lending model. Investors must be California residents, meet certain income and/or net worth requirements, and limit their investment in the Fund to no more than 10% of their net worth as defined by the State of California. More information about GCA Equity Partners and the GCA California Real Estate Fund is available at http://www.gcaequitypartners.com.