Benefits of investing in the multifamily real estate market
Investing in Multifamily is a great way to diversify your portfolio, hedge against inflation, and grow your legacy wealth. Compared to other asset classes it has distinct differences
Leverage & Scalability
Do more with less! More effective than single family homes due to the size. We are able to take advantage of economies of scale
Historically Stable & Resilient Asset Class
Historically stable trends with consistent high returns, even during Covid. There will always be housing need.
Receive distributions from cashflows. We implement higher returns for our investors through our value add strategy.
Tenants pay down the debt which increases you equity, creating long-term wealth.
Minimize Tax Burden through Depreciation Expense
Increase in investment value through both natural and forced Appreciation.
Tangible, real assets without having to be a landlord.
Value-add strategy is lower risk that focus on capital preservation
Hedge Against INflation
Apartments have pricing power, which means the ability to pass expense increases to the consumer
Open to both accredited and sophisticated investors
Non-Recourse, Historic Low Interest Rates
Self Directed IRA Investments Accepted
Convert your retirement funds to a self-directed IRA, and invest in the projects you want
CONS OF OTHER INVESTMENTS
Multifamily investments have advantages over Stocks, Bonds and Cryptocurrencies
Stocks, Bonds, and
Intangible assets with minimal dividends
Significant market volatility, uncertainty, and risks
Capital gains, taxes and fees when sold
Limited choices of IRA Investments, if allowed
Management requires time, resources, and knowledge
Shortage of assets and rising costs create barrier to entry
Asset carries personal liability risks
Cost segregation studies resulting in property depreciation are not allowed for this asset class
Retail/Industrial & Other Commercial Real Estate Assets
High minimum investments and limited offerings available
Limited ability to force appreciation values
Limitations on returns or preferences
Offered in 506C or REIT classifications