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Private Placement Markets Introduces Its "commercial Real Estate Value Protection Plans"
Steve Muehler, Member of Private Placement Markets, Today Introduced its New "Commercial Real Estate Value Protection Plan Program".
By: Private Placement Markets
For a fee of 1% to 3% of the Property's Value at the time the Plan is initiated, paid out in the form of monthly premiums over a period of 3 to 7 years, the Property Owner buys a plan that protects them against the loss of equity in Subject Property if the market takes a turn for the worse. The Plan pays the Policy Holder when they sell the Subject Property in a market where average commercial real estate prices have dropped since the plan was initiated. The amount the policy receives is tied to the size of the market's decline.
Steve Muehler went on to say, "let's you take out a plan today, and your commercial real estate property is appraised for $300,000. Five years later, let's pretend the Subject Property's value falls, and you sell the property for $290,000. At closing, Equity Lock Commercial will pay you $10,000; which is 100% of your lost property's equity."
Additional Information can be found at: https://www.EquityLockCommercial.com
To learn more about the Private Placement Portfolio of Companies, visit:
• Private Placement Markets Securities: https://www.PPMSecurities.com
• Private Placement Debt Markets: https://www.PPMDebt.com
• Private Placement Equity Markets: https://www.PPMEquity.com
• Private Placement Markets – Real Estate Loans: https://www.PPMLoans.com
• EquityLock Residential:
• EquityLock Commercial: https://www.EquityLockCommercial.com
Additional Online Resources:
About Mr. Steve Muehler, Founder & Senior Managing Member:
Personal Site: http://www.SteveMuehler.com
Personal Site: www.StevenMuehler.com
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NEWS SOURCE: Private Placement Markets, LLC (a Delaware Limited Liability Company) & Mr. Steve Muehler
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