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SIPC




SIPC was created under the Securities Investor Protection Act as a non-profit membership corporation. SIPC oversees the liquidation of member broker-dealers that close when the broker-dealer is bankrupt or in financial trouble, and customer assets are missing.

SIPC is an important part of the overall system of investor protection in the United States. While a number of federal and state securities agencies and self-regulatory organizations deal with cases of investment fraud, SIPC’s focus is both different and narrow: restoring customer cash and securities left in the hands of bankrupt or otherwise financially troubled brokerage firms.

  

“Traditionally there have been 3 classes of assets one could hold… stocks, bonds and cash. “Today, with the prevalence of new real estate investment alternatives, real estate is often considered the ‘fourth asset class of an investment portfolio’. Real estate may have different forms of ownership and investment product types."

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Securities offered through Great Point Capital (GPC) LLC. 200 W. Jackson, Ste. 1000, Chicago, Il 60606. Member FINRA/SIPC.
Norma Nisbet is a registered representative with GPC LLC. Vista Properties and Investments LLC is independent of GPC LLC.

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