Why CRE Real Estate Income Fund?

CRE real estate income fund offers diversification and predictable returns for accredited investors

CRE Commercial Real Estate Income Fund

CRE Income Fund is a commercial real estate income fund designed to provide current income for investors, along with the potential for capital gains. This secured real estate income Fund purchases and owns a diversified portfolio of income-producing assets, purchased to produce above market returns. The Fund is secured by commercial real estate holdings across the United States.

A key challenge for many investors is finding a passive investment that generates income. Our Fund is a completely passive fund and pays investors a tax-advantaged distribution, filling this gap in income investments.

How does it work?

When CRE purchases an asset, the Fund essentially becomes the bank:

  • We receive monthly rent payments from our tenants
  • We pass a portion of that rent payment back to our investors
  • Over time, the underlying asset increases in value, giving us the opportunity to sell and realize the capital gain.

Why Invest in Commercial Real Estate?

Why invest in commercial real estate? Here’s are just a few reasons why:

Tax Efficiency

Real estate investments are structured in a tax-efficient manner, allowing investors to reduce taxable income through the use of depreciation.


Real estate investments can be nimble and flexible in their investment strategy, giving them the freedom to pursue profitable deals where they’re available.

Investment Benefits

High Current Yield

Targeted returns of 12-14% per year with a 10% dividend yield


Investments backed by commercial properties

Low Leverage

The Fund borrows no more than 60% of the asset’s valuation

Tax Efficient

Portion of earnings are taxed as long-term capital gains

Experienced Management

Management team has a combined twenty years’ experience in Finance

Return Profile

The CRE Income Fund pays an annual 10% dividend yield with a targeted 12% to 14% annual return. Because property values increase over time the Fund also generates capital gains when the assets are sold.

Average Annual Income Returns

20 Years Ended December 31, 2018

Chart showing Average Annual Income Returns

Annualized Returns

20 Years Ended December 31, 2018

Chart showing Annualized Returns

*The graph here is for illustrative purposes only, showing all preferred returns being reinvested. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.