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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Founded in January 2001, Roseview both invests with and advises institutional clients across the U.

Founded in January 2001, Roseview both invests with and advises institutional clients across the U.S. The firm is built around a veteran team of partners from the real estate, investment and banking industries who value long-term client relationships, understand the complexities of the markets, and execute transactions in a sophisticated manner. Roseview advises on nearly all real estate property types on a national level to help lenders and other financial institutions manage and dispose of distressed commercial assets, including notes and foreclosed property. The company has advised on the management and disposition of more than $2 billion in nonperforming real estate assets across more than 200 transactions.


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