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Research by Professor Jeanne Calderon and Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland is referenced

Excerpt from The Real Deal -- "One reason is that EB-5 capital is 'remarkably flexible,' meaning it can be debt or equity, secured or unsecured, and can account for as little as 1 percent of a project’s cost or as much as 100 percent, according to a research paper by New York University professors Jeanne Calderon and Gary Friedland. 'It can contain virtually any features, with few limitations or restrictions imposed by the EB-5 program,' the duo wrote."

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