Buy shares of lucrative income-producing real estate properties and own direct real estate – without the landlord headaches.
Monitor your portfolio online down to the smallest detail – see detailed real-time reports showing the monthly incomes of each apartment unit and corresponding expenses – view exactly how your profit is generated.
Earn passive income each month paid directly into your bank account. Your investment value grows as the mortgage is paid down and if property values appreciate.
Unlike large-scale REIT and investment funds, you get to choose which investment properties to fund, giving you the ability to diversify your investment portfolio and the potential to transform your community.
How does real estate generate investment returns?
Tenants pay rental income each month that cover all property expenses – mortgage payment, insurance, maintenance, property tax, utilities, etc. The leftover cashflow is distributed directly to investors, monthly.
The monthly rental income pays down the mortgage balance each month, increasing your equity in the property and corresponding account value.
If market rents increase due to various factors such as building improvements, a growing economy, increased immigration, or inflation – the earning potential of your property increases and so does its value and your investment share.
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Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Any financial projections or returns shown on the site are illustrative examples only. Investors should conduct their own respective due diligence and not rely on the financial assumptions or estimates that are displayed on the site. Fluctuations in the value of the assets that are the subject of any investment are to be expected. Additional risks exist due to a variety of factors, including, but not limited to, leverage, property operations, business risks, management and environmental liabilities. There is a potential for loss of part or ALL of the investment capital, and each investor should understand that all capital invested may be lost. Investors should only consider these investments if they have no need for liquidity and can bear the risk of losing their entire investment.