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When Warren Buffet revealed earlier this year that he would “load up on a couple hundred thousand single-family homes” if he could figure out a way to manage them, he confirmed the compelling case—and complexities—of investing in these residential assets.

Historically considered the domain of private homeowners, the fragmented nature of single-family homes prevented organized equity capital from participating in an orderly and efficient manner. In fact, the liquidity and accessibility of private and individual equity capital negated the need for organized capital to participate at all.

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