HFO Investment Real Estate

  • Portland Residential Community Trades Hands for $50M

    A California-based multifamily investment firm recently completed the acquisition of a Portland, OR asset, as HFO Investment Real Estate reports. According to the investment brokerage firm, the Monterey Springs Apartments in Clackamas County traded hands for a total fee of around $51.25 million. HFO was in charge of arranging the transaction on behalf of both the buyer, and the seller, a private equity group from the Midwest.

    Seattle 18 May 2014 04:54

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