Every phase of the economic cycle yields distressed opportunities.

Global uncertainty regarding asset prices can certainly prompt seller-side panic and deep discounts, but so can inefficient capital structures, sponsor-driven distress, and asset-level difficulties even in stronger markets. Our process is hyper-focused on mitigating risks of all kinds.

At Fairview, we are experts at “pricing a problem” based on our decade of experience, and are able to do so effectively across a broad range of asset types and locations.

Our mix of acquisitions vs. originations will naturally vary throughout the economic cycle, but our focus on limited downside with expansive upside remains constant.

Our aim is first and foremost to preserve investor capital, and we work each deal actively throughout the investment cycle to limit downside while creating expansive upside.

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Data as of 09/30/2023


Fund Phase Contributed Capital Cumulative LP Distributions
Fairview Investment Fund I, LLC Fully Resolved $15,032,711 $25,186,137
Fairview Investment Fund II, LP Fully Resolved $27,405,800 $40,943,992
Fairview Opportunity Fund I, LP Fully Resolved $16,170,000 $19,316,370
Fairview Investment Fund III, LP Fully Resolved $26,059,685 $26,998,580
Fairview Investment Fund IV, LP Resolution Phase $38,102,399 $49,120,688
Fairview Investment Fund V, LP Active Investment Phase $81,896,951 $16,966,128
Fairview Investment Fund VI, LP Active Investment Phase $32,669,694 $3,624,432

Performance results are net of fees and expenses. No assurance can be given that a Fairview fund’s investment strategy will be profitable, and a substantial risk exists that losses and expenses will exceed income and gains. Each fund is a newly formed entity with no performance record. As is true of any investment in illiquid assets where information regarding its investments may not be reliable and is limited, there is a risk that an investment in any Fairvew fund will be lost entirely or in part. Fairview funds are not a diversified investment program and should only represent a small portion of an investor’s portfolio.

Fairview Fund Timeline

We are a resolution manager, not an asset gatherer.

Our aim is to return capital to our investors, with a meaningful return, as rapidly as possible. During the first two years of a Fairview fund’s life, our team invests capital to build a diversified portfolio. Historically, there have also been returns of profit to Limited Partners during this phase. It is in year three, however, when the fund ceases making new investments, that larger distributions typically begin as we turn our efforts to resolving a fund’s portfolio and begin to return both profit and principal to investors. This resolution phase continues until all assets have been liquidated.

Fund accepts LP commitments
Fund managers build a diversified portfolio of loans via purchase and origination.
Fund managers resolve investments and reinvest proceeds to maximize return.
Year 1
Quarterly distributions of preference begin as soon as fund has adequate profits.
Year 2
Fund managers actively manage and resolve portfolio investments and distribute proceeds (return of capital, then profits) until no assets remain.
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Year 6

For over a decade our LPs have chosen Fairview funds as a high integrity and transparent alternative investment vehicle.​

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