SOURCE: Mountain West Debt Fund

Mountain West Debt Fund

February 21, 2012 07:30 ET

Mountain West Debt Fund Reports Quarterly Return of 4.09 Percent

Established Real Estate Developers Turn to Private Capital to Fund Projects

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwire - Feb 21, 2012) - In its second quarterly earnings report, Taylor Capital Group, LP reports a 4.09 percent quarterly return for the recently launched Mountain West Debt Fund, LP. The report covers Q4 2011.

The Mountain West Debt Fund™ invests in short-term, real estate secured debt. It is a source of private funding for established real estate developers and builders with proven track records of performance. This set of professionals has, in the past, been served by traditional funding sources.

"The ability to secure private financing provides established real estate developers with a decisive advantage in today's climate, and there is tremendous demand for this funding," explained Mark Taylor, principal and managing director, Taylor Capital Group. "As a result of market trends, our competitive rates, sophisticated lending strategies, high transparency, and deep understanding of the real estate business, Mountain West Debt Fund clients already include some of the top developers in the region."

Mountain West Debt Fund consists of pooled capital from private investors. The fund prioritizes capital preservation and carefully selects its clientele. Its structure provides much of the transparency required of public real estate funds, including quarterly reports, third party audits, and monthly distributions of income to investors.

About Taylor Capital Group, LLC

Taylor Capital Group, with offices in Salt Lake City, Utah and Henderson, Nevada, is the general partner and investment manager of the Mountain West Debt Fund. For more information about Taylor Capital Group or the Mountain West Debt Fund, visit

Note: Mountain West Debt Fund is a registered trademark of Taylor Capital Group.

Disclaimer: This is not a solicitation or offer of securities. Statements made about past and current performance, market demand and current clientele should not be interpreted as projections for future fund performance or investment choices. Investing in real estate poses risks related to general economic conditions as well as risks related to individual properties, credit, and interest-rate fluctuations. These risks, among others, may result in volatility.

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