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The Prospective Benefits Of The Vertical Capital Income Fund

An income asset allocation strategy in a single vehicle, the Fund offers five potential benefits:

  • Income potential derived from investing primarily in income-producing mortgage notes secured by residential real estate
  • Non-correlation through a portfolio of highly collateralized mortgage notes that is designed to not track major income or equity indices
  • Total return potential as a result of selling assets at or near their full face value
  • Relative principal stability potential through a portfolio of deep-discount debt assets
  • Direct creditor to mortgage notes which are collateralized by the physical property
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Vertical Capital Income Fund: Diversify your income strategy

Vertical Capital Income Fund offers investors a non-correlated income approach that has traditionally been available only to institutions and accredited investors.


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Vertical Fund Fact Sheet

Vertical’s senior staff share their knowledge of the mortgage note marketplace every quarter.
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Vertical Fund Fact Sheet

Read about where to position this investment in a portfolio as well as the Fund’s benefits.
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*Limited liquidity is provided to shareholders only through the Fund’s quarterly repurchase offers for no less than 5% of the shares outstanding at net asset value. There is no guarantee that any investment strategy will achieve its objectives, generate profits or avoid losses.