What is the holding period?

The amount of time the investment manager plans to hold the asset and execute the business plan.

A holding period is the amount of time an investment is held by an investment manager or investors.

Before and at the end of the holding period, an investment manager can sell, refinance or hold the investment at their discretion and the investors best interests. 

The target returns are based on this period as is typically 3 - 7 years, while individual investor holding periods may be shorter if they choose to exit their position to another investor.