Opportunity funds enable qualified investments in Opportunity zones that are under-invested areas in the US inhabiited by underdeveloped communities. Opportunity Zone investments have been established as a part of the Investing in Opportunity Act, a component of the 2017 tax reform bill.
When a real estate investor invests in Qualified Opportunity Funds, they receive substantial tax advantages and tax deferral schemes.
The objective of Opportunity funds is to both uplift underdeveloped communities through large-scale commercialization and job creation and maximize returns for the investors.
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Investing in venture capital funds is inherently risky and illiquid. It involves a high degree of risk and is suitable only for sophisticated and qualified investors.