Costa Rica: Real estate development funds increase assets

The Real Estate Development Funds have recorded an increase in their net assets of 539% from January to first half of September.

Monday, September 29, 2008

The number of investors has increased by 270%. This important increase is due to greater familiarity with the Funds in the market, according to various companies (called Safi in Spanish) that manage the Funds.
For example, at the end of 2007 there were only two funds, today there are six providing loans. Additionally there are 15 prospective funds that could start up in the next few months.

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