Brightman-Gil Real Estate Investment Management manages real estate assets through private equity funds. Established in 2013, the company has dual management, with offices located in Atlanta, Georgia and Tel Aviv.

Brightman-Gil's aims to identify real estate investment opportunities and to achieve surplus returns for its investors, while focusing on building a portfolio of assets beneficial to its partners and investors. The company creates value by building a diversified investment portfolio and actively and professionally managing the assets.

 

 

Brightman-Gil Real Estate Investment Management manages real estate assets through private equity funds. Established in 2013, the company has dual management, with offices located in Atlanta, Georgia and Tel Aviv.

Brightman-Gil's aims to identify real estate investment opportunities and to achieve surplus returns for its investors, while focusing on building a portfolio of assets beneficial to its partners and investors. The company creates value by building a diversified investment portfolio and actively and professionally managing the assets.

 

The Brightman-Gil Edge

Diversification of Assets

Brightman-Gil achieves diversification of its assets by making real estate investments in a variety of southeastern United States' locations, investing in assets of various sectors (with an emphasis on the office market), and employing a variety of financial transaction terms such as the loan period and interest rate (fixed versus variable interest).

Local Management

Preparations for Fund II included the opening of a Brightman-Gil office in the United States, managed by Ohad Gil. The office, located in Atlanta, Georgia, enables Brightman-Gil to maintain tight control over assets and identify additional investment opportunities in the United States' southeast.

Control of Assets

Brightman-Gil strives to acquire properties in which it has at least 50% control over the property. With this control, Brightman-Gil has the ability to replace the management of the properties when necessary, make decisions regarding the residents of the properties which may affect asset value in the long-term, and be actively involved in decisions concerning realization of the assets.
Brightman-Gil Investments - Advantages

Alignment of interests

Fund investment, as opposed to deal by deal investing in individual transactions, aligns the interests of investors and with those of the fund managers. Brightman-Gil's fund managers invest in the fund together with the fund's partners, and most of the fund's profit is derived from the overall portfolio yield.

Accessibility to Deals

Brightman-Gil has been active in the United States for many years and have ties to key players in the local markets. These associations enable access to high-level transactions. In addition, stable deal flow means that Brightman-Gil managers can carefully select those assets that are most suitable to the investment portfolio.

Quick Response Time

The structure and management of Brightman-Gil's funds enable the fund managers to respond quickly to the market and realize purchasing opportunities within a few days when necessary.
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