Taylor Capital Group Reports 17.45 Percent Returns for 2012, Changes Name
Growth in Western New Home Starts Yields Success for Private Capital
SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (Marketwire) -- 02/19/13 -- Taylor-Derrick
Capital, LLC, previously Taylor Capital Group, LLC, reports fourth
quarter returns of 3.75 percent for the Mountain West Debt Fund, LP.
The fund's unaudited returns during 2012, its first full year of
operations, were 17.45 percent, a reflection of the demand for new
construction in the Western United States.
"With new home starts on the rise and access to traditional sources
of construction capital constrained, we remain a valuable resource
for developers in our community," notes Mark Taylor principal and
managing director of Taylor-Derrick Capital. "We are working with the
premier developers in our area, and we are pleased with each and
every loan on our books."
The Mountain West Debt Fund(TM) consists of pooled, private capital
invested in real estate-secured loans to developers in the mountain
west states and California. Its clientele is comprised of proven
developers seeking to acquire, build or maintain projects in the
About the Mountain West Debt Fund
Mountain West Debt Fund,(TM) LP consists of pooled capital from
private investors. The fund prioritizes capital preservation and
carefully selects its clientele. Its structure provides much of the
transparency required of public real estate funds, including
quarterly reports, a third party audit, and monthly distributions of
income to investors. Since its inception, 100 percent of the fund's
net profits have been distributed to investors.
About Taylor-Derrick Capital Group
Taylor-Derrick Capital Group, LLC, with offices in Salt Lake City,
Utah and Henderson, Nevada, is the general partner and investment
manager of the Mountain West Debt Fund, LP.
Note: This release is not a solicitation or offer of securities. Past
results are not indicative of future performance and all statements
made herein should be considered in light of overall market
conditions and additional information found on the Taylor-Derrick
Capital website located at http://www.taylorderrick.com.
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