The short answer is Yes.
We have different investment funds available for different project offerings and it all depends on if you are an Accredited or Non Accredited Investor.
Accredited vs Non Accredited Real Estate Investors
The Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) determines the eligibility qualifications of accredited investors. You’re considered an accredited investor if you meet one of the following three criteria:
– Individual income of $200,000+ or joint income of $300,000+ for the past 2 years
– Individual or joint net worth of $1 million+, excluding the value of a primary residence
– General partner, director, or executive officer for the issuer of non regulated securities. You’re considered a non accredited investor if you don’t meet the financial qualifications of an accredited investor that are listed above.
Once we determine your status we can suggest which projects you are eligible for. Having said that you may find our projects offered through some of the Crowdfunding platforms. Some real estate crowdfunding sites allow non accredited investors to invest while others allow only accredited investors to invest. For a list to some of the better known real estate crowdfunding sites click HERE.