Stoltmann Law Offices continues to investigate Healthcare Trust REIT, a non-traded real estate investment trust (REIT), that seeks to acquire a diversified portfolio of real estate properties focusing primarily on healthcare-related assets including medical office buildings, seniors housing, and other healthcare-related facilities. This is according to the company’s website. Recent news suggests that Healthcare Trust may be in further decline, and that investors may have lost money in the REIT. REITs are not suitable for all investors. They tend to be highly illiquid and risky investments, and a broker must take into account a customer’s age, net worth, investment objectives and investment risk tolerance, among other factors before recommending or selling any investment. If he does not, his brokerage firm may be liable for losses on a contingency fee basis, because the firm has a duty to reasonably supervise its representatives in order to make sure they do not violate securities laws or internal firm rules. You may have options if your broker recommended or sold you Healthcare Trust REIT investments. We take cases on a contingency fee basis only.
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