Despite Reassurances of a Turnaround by Silver Star Properties REIT, Investors Should Be Wary. Our Seasoned Non-Traded REIT Loss Lawyers Continue To Offer Free Case Assessments
Despite receiving a letter from Silver Star Properties claiming that it anticipates a successful exit from Chapter 11 bankruptcy by its subsidiary Hartman SPE—and the non-traded real estate investment trust’s (non-traded REITs) ongoing efforts to sell legacy commercial assets and focus on self-storage assets—investors still have reasons to be concerned about when, or if, they will get their money back. The fact that the non-traded REIT defaulted on $217M of a loan that was due in October is also not optimistic news—not to mention that the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) regional office in Fort Worth, TX has launched an investigation. However, as a non-traded REIT investor, what you still can do is explore your legal options.
Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas (investorlawyers.com) is representing Silver Star Properties REIT investors in pursuing damages from the broker-dealers that marketed and sold them this non-traded real estate investment trust. Contact us today to schedule your free, no obligation case consultation.