Fred Sands

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Fred C. Sands is a business executive, investor, and Chairman of Vintage Real Estate and Vintage Fund Management.

Sands started his career in the residential real estate business and was the Chairman and sole shareholder of Fred Sands Realtors, a large California-based real estate and financial services company.[1] In December 2000, Sands sold his company, excluding the franchised offices, to Coldwell Banker. Sands' background also includes acquiring and turning around distressed companies, including radio stations (KNAC FM) and insurance companies, as well as commercial real estate projects. His development projects have included, hotels, office buildings, shopping centers, and single-family housing projects.[2]

Investment firms[edit]

Sands heads two private investment firms, Vintage Capital Group and Vintage Real estate, both headquartered in Los Angeles, California.

Vintage Capital Group[edit]

Vintage Capital Group has invested in a variety of businesses and industries, specializing in turnarounds of distressed companies and bankruptcies. Vintage Real Estate and Vintage Fund Management are both wholly owned divisions of the Group.

Vintage Real Estate[edit]

The company typically buys underperforming shopping centers and renovates them.[3][4][5]

Among the firm's current projects is SouthBay Pavilion, in Carson, California[6]

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