Hartman Short Term Income Properties XX

If you’ve experienced REIT investment losses, consider reaching out to Halling & Cayo, S.C., where our Securities Lawyers may be able to assist you in recovering your losses.

Our team of Securities Lawyers is currently investigating potential claims against broker-dealers who recommended non-traded REIT investments, such as Hartman Short Term Income Properties XX, to investors. Non-traded REITs are complex investment products that are not traded on securities exchanges like the NYSE or Nasdaq. This lack of liquidity makes them highly risky for investors, as adverse events can leave them with no opportunity to sell the investment. Even if a buyer is eventually found on the secondary market, the sale price is often significantly discounted. Furthermore, non-traded REITs are frequently marketed with promises of returns without adequately explaining the substantial risks involved. If you were sold an investment in Hartman Short Term Income Properties XX without a proper explanation of its illiquid and highly risky nature, you might have grounds for a FINRA arbitration claim against your Broker for their failure to disclose the risks prior to the sale. Broker-dealers are also required to conduct thorough due diligence on recommended investments and ensure their suitability for investors. Firms that neglect this responsibility may be held liable for any resulting losses in a FINRA arbitration claim.

If you have suffered investment losses in Hartman Short Term Income Properties XX and would like a complimentary consultation with a securities attorney, we invite you to call The Securities Lawyers at Halling & Cayo, S.C. at (414) 755-5020.

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David Seth Hill focuses his practice on securities litigation, creditor’s rights, and commercial litigation. He has experience handling a very broad range of civil litigation matters and represents clients throughout Wisconsin. One of Seth’s unique skills is that he has a great deal of experience in obtaining funds in order to satisfy judgments for his clients.

Seth is a 2009 graduate of Thomas M. Cooley Law School. While in law school Seth was a legal intern for the Innocence Project. He also served as an editor of the Law Review. He received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from Montana State University in 2005.