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“Our mission is to deliver safe and consistent financial returns to our shareholders and investors while also providing clear corporate governance and complete financial and operational transparency.”

Unlike passive investments, commercial real estate requires continuous involvement with day to day decisions to grow its value and maintain its competitive edge.  Successful commercial property ownership for the passive investor is best achieved through a professional real estate operating company, as a fiduciary, to deliver: (1) a thorough understanding of market conditions and dynamics, (2) a specific investment strategy for each asset, (3) operating expertise to increase revenue and decrease expenses, (4) hands-on experience with the physical components of the asset, (5) a strategy for the legal and regulatory aspects of every phase of asset management, (6) personal and professional relationships in the commercial real estate community, and (7)  a thorough analysis of risk-adjusted returns by implementing debt financing.

The investment asset management of investor-based commercial property ownership is provided by Merchant Realty Corporation (“MRC”), a privately held real estate operating company headquartered in Orange County, California.  MRC is engaged in the acquisition, repositioning, management, and disposition of income-producing commercial properties in the western United States.

Our mission is to deliver safe and consistent financial returns to our shareholders and investors while also providing clear corporate governance and complete financial and operational transparency.  Our every effort revolves around the preservation of investment capital, protection and enhancement of property assets, reasonable distribution of cash flow, and capital appreciation.

The goals and objectives of MRC are in complete alignment with our equity and investment partners, the basis of which is measured by the economic and financial results derived from our operations and stewardship of our real estate portfolios.

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