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In the news

In the NewsDec 30, 2016

Va. property management company buys Liberty Square towers

Posted on 12/22/2016 on GSA Business Richmond, Va.-based Lingerfelt CommonWealth Partners LLC has acquired two downtown Greenville office buildings –  One Liberty Square and Two Liberty Square. The Liberty Square towers, located at 55 and 77 Beattie Place, are in the heart of business district. The buildings total 445,612-square-feet and are 81% occupied by companies such […]

In the NewsDec 22, 2016

Lingerfelt CommonWealth Partners acquires two office buildings in South Carolina

Posted on 12/21/2016 on Virginia Business Richmond-based Lingerfelt CommonWealth Partners LLC has acquired two office buildings in Greenville, S.C, for an undisclosed price. The company announced the acquisition of One Liberty Square and Two Liberty Square on Wednesday. The buildings,  located at 55 and 77 Beattie Place,  total 445,612 square feet and are 81 percent occupied. […]

NewsDec 22, 2016

Comments on the Liquidity of Timberland Investments

Posted on 12/20/2016 on forisk.com During a recent “Investing in Timberland and Timber REITs” workshop, a student asked about the “problem” of liquidity for timberland investors.  We have posted on this theme before, and the issue clearly differs for those buying shares in publicly traded timberland-owning firms versus buying timberland acres in southern Mississippi, just as […]