Cole Net-Lease Assets
We are pleased to announce that on February 1, 2018 an affiliate of CIM Group® (CIM®) acquired Cole Capital from VEREIT. In connection with the acquisition, Cole Capital Corporation, Cole’s broker-dealer subsidiary, has been renamed CCO Capital, LLC.
The names of each of the Cole REITs© remain unchanged. The structure and operations of the Cole REITs, including distributions, offering periods, valuation schedules and other key details, should continue without disruption.
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Potential Benefits of Commercial Real Estate
Relatively consistent distributions2
Reduced portfolio volatility
through a low level of correlation to public markets3
The potential for capital appreciation2
Our Investment Strategies
Investment portfolios composed of single-tenant retail properties and anchored shopping centers
Investment portfolios composed of single-tenant corporate offices and mission-critical industrial facilities
Continuously-offered REIT composed of single-tenant retail properties, anchored shopping centers and single-tenant corporate assets
of Net-Lease Commercial
Real Estate Experience
Acquired More Than
Non-Listed REITs since 2004
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1) Data as of 09/30/2017. There is no guarantee that any CCO Group program will replicate these types of liquidity events, if at all, and the programs are not required to effect a liquidity event at any time. The programs have limited liquidity as there is no public market, and one may never exist, for shares of common stock. There is no guarantee that any CCO Group program will achieve its investment objectives.
2) There is no guarantee that shareholders will receive a distribution, and distributions have been paid from proceeds from the offerings, from borrowings or from the sale of assets. Fees and expenses associated with the management of the REITs will impact the ability to pay distributions and the effects of any capital appreciation. There is no guarantee that the shares of the REITs and the underlying properties will appreciate in value. Commercial real estate performs differently than other asset classes such as stocks or bonds. An investment in a non-listed REIT is not a direct investment in commercial real estate.
3) Prospective shareholders should be aware that returns and volatility may not have a favorable effect on their portfolio. Prospective shareholders should consider their ability to withstand the lack of liquidity and price transparency. The REIT may exhibit volatility even though its securities are not listed on a national securities exchange.