Shares of one of the country's real estate investment firms are continuing to fall. American Realty Capital Properties (ARCP) tanked last week after the company warned its financial executives had 'intentionally' made accounting errors. American Realty is currently under investigation for accounting issues. Nicholas Schorsch is the chairman and co-founder of the investment services firm. He's seeing his estate empire in chaos now as deals between two of his companies fell apart after RCS Capital called off buying a firm from ARCP. Susan Antilla is a founding journalism fellow at TheStreet Foundation and reports RCS Capital may have some explaining to do of its own from a previous acquisition, J.P. Turner.

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