Interval Funds: The Democratization of Real Estate Investing

Learn about the sea change that is underway in the institutional investment world.

Historically, investors have sought real estate as a source for current income. Alternative investments such as real estate have not been readily available to most investors until recently.

Today, there’s a new way to access real estate.

Download our whitepaper to learn:

  • What defines an interval fund
  • How real estate interval funds open access for individuals, investment professionals, and their clients
  • How an allocation to real estate may benefit investor portfolios
  • Why the interval fund structure is worth consideration in today’s investment landscape

About The Author

BDREX is a continuously offered, closed-end interval fund, registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940.