When we purchase an asset, we essentially become the bank. So simply the CRE Income Fund works as follows:
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
Targeted returns of 12% to 14% per year with a 10% dividend yield
The Fund is the owner of commercial properties
The Fund borrows no more than 60% of the asset’s valuation
Portion of earnings are taxed as long-term capital gains
Management team has a combined twenty years’ experience in Finance
The CRE Income Fund pays an annual 10% dividend yield with a targeted 12% to 14% IRR. Because the CRE Income Fund owns the property, the Fund also generates capital gains when the assets are sold.
*The graph here is for illustrative purposes only, showing all preferred returns being reinvested. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.
The Fund purchases long-term income producing properties. The Fund's strategy is twofold:
Buy & hold cash-flowing, long-term commercial properties for yield and capital gains.