Limited partnerships: how to profit in the secondary market
Dearborn Financial Pub., 1992 - Business & Economics - 186 pages
Before the Tax Reform Act of 1986, real estate limited partnerships were a popular form of tax-sheltered investment. Now that limited partnerships no longer offer a tax advantage and values have eroded due to the slump in the real estate market, knowledgeable investors are seeking to liquidate their partnership assets by selling them to the secondary market. This book explains the range of options in the secondary marketplace, including: buying and selling opportunities; the dynamics of secondary market valuation and pricing; risk comparisons with other investment types; the future of the secondary market.
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Selling Limited Partnership Units
Opportunities for Buyers
Valuation Techniques and Investment Strategies
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