Monday, July 31, 2017

The EB-5 program has a growing problem. A new fund seeks to tackle it

(Source: The Real Deal) Greystone, investment advisor Capital United and fintech firm NES Financial on Thursday launched what they claim is the first specialized EB-5 redeployment fund. The firms hope to tackle a growing and underreported problem faced by developers who tap into the popular cash-for-visa program: what to do when a project is finished but the foreign investors who paid for it are still waiting for a green card? Read more at https://therealdeal.com/

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