Unlike publicly traded real estate offerings, Reg A funds are illiquid investments where investors should expect to have their money locked up for years or face substantial fees to withdraw.
Management team expertise is a major factor when making an investment, that is even more true with Regulation A funds as they are turn-key meaning you simply invest, and they do the rest. What is important to know is that unlike publicly traded investments, most private placements like this tend to have fees that the investor pays either out of pocket or the pool of investor capital pays to a manager.
Critical elements in determining which Fund may be the right fit for you:
- Track Record
- investment style (conservative vs aggressive),
- what position your money is in within the capital stack?
- is it a single focused strategy or diversified approach?
- investment period
- skin in the game: does the sponsor have their money invested as well?
Contrary to a REIT, what makes the Reg A Fund special is that you have an ownership position in the portfolio’s assets, rather than shares in a corporation, and it is open to both accredited and non-accredited investors alike.
While many Reg A Funds offer a lower entry point (some as low as a $5,000 minimum) your money will be invested long term often 5 years or more in return for a viable return and exposure to diverse strategies, assets, and asset classes.
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