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UC Funds Closes $3.75 Million Loan for Student Housing Renovations in New Mexico


“Gershon Eichorn’s decision to purchase these New Mexico properties exemplifies his keen eye for assets with the potential to become market value real estate” Together, the two assets contain 198 units and 525 beds, consisting of one-, two-, and four ...


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UC Funds Closes $3.75 Million Loan for Student Housing Renovations in New Mexico | EON: Enhanced Online News News Resources UC Funds Closes $3.75 Million Loan for Student Housing Renovations in New Mexico Partnering with Gershon Eichorn, UC Funds closes a loan for renovations to student housing on ENMU Campuses November 28, 2017 11:00 AM Eastern Time  ROSWELL, N.M.--(

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