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Distressed real estate is often characterized by incompetent or undercapitalized management. Investors need to be aware of the significant impact management can have on a property’s value. Appraisers particularly struggle to value distressed real estate that is adversely impacted by incompetent management. In an era where property values

in many markets have declined by more than 40%, key concerns prevail about how to fund property operations and equip management to operate a property. A review of many failed real estate projects reveals both incompetent management and undercapitalized operations.

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