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LOS ANGELES—While RealShare Los Angeles panelist, Max Sharkansky, managing partner of Troin Properties, is focusing on getting out of markets like Sacramento, upgrading their portfolio and is putting capital back into multifamily core properties, other fellow panelists say it doesn’t have to be core if the demographics are strong.

“Our core markets generally follow jobs and education,” said panelist Eric Diamond, COO ofDecron Properties, who says his firm is seeing many opportunities in California and says “they are not leaving the state.”

View full article: http://www.globest.com/sites/nataliedolce/2016/03/30/doesnt-have-to-be-core-if-demographics-are-strong/

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