Investor Questions and Answers
Realty Cap Investments most common frequently asked questions about commercial real estate investment types and other related queries.
We look for well located retail strip centers with “mom-and-pop” owners located in Central Florida. We focus on assets with strong locations in well-performing submarkets that have lower occupancy as a result of inefficient use of technology and systems. We typically find these properties need some cosmetic upgrades to bring them back to life.
Realty Cap Investments is a direct owner and operator of commercial real estate. We find opportunities through relationships with brokers and property owners. Our team has a hands-on approach to the operations and investing in research so we understand the dynamics in each market. Our goal is the highest return possible for each investment.
We invest our own capital into each transaction. In each of these transactions, there is a promote structure, which incentivizes us to increase the overall return of each investment. In addition, the investors receive their money first before we are compensated for the increased return.
Realty Cap takes the security of client data very seriously. We utilize the latest encryption technology for all client communications and all data is backed up with multiple levels of redundancy.
We do not share any account information with anyone.
No, the account registration process is fairly simple. You will need to provide some information about yourself, your investment background and contact information, so we know how to reach you.
Once you register for an account with Realty Cap Investments, you will have access to the investment information for each transaction. Once you become an investor, you will be able to use the same login for reviewing financial statements and on-going investment updates.
Our investments are available for accredited investors only. Each investor’s accredited status will be verified upon their application to each offering. Under Rule 501 of Regulation D., as defined by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), an accredited investor must satisfy at least one of the following:
A person must have an annual income exceeding $200,000, or $300,000 for joint income, for the last two years with expectation of earning the same or higher income in the current year; Have a net worth exceeding $1 million, either individually or jointly with his spouse (excluding the primary residence);Be a general partner, executive officer, director or a related combination thereof for the issuer of unregistered securities;
When you are ready to invest in a property, you will need to complete information relating to validate your accredited status during the investment process.
Yes. You are still able to invest, but you are urged to seek guidance from your tax advisor to better understand any tax considerations that may be applicable as a non-US citizen.
Each Realty Cap investment opportunity is available to accredited investors through the online account on our website. Once registered you will have access to the offering information and the private placement memorandum.
When you are ready to invest, select the “Investment Application” button and complete the required information. You will be contacted by a Realty Cap associate to verify your accredited status and to walk you through the next steps.
Once you have registered for an account, you will be provided with the contact information for our investment management department. They will be able to answer questions on each investment.
Yes. Investors are able to invest through an LLC or trust. Investors are also able to invest through their traditional self-directed IRAs.
We utilize the services of a third-party escrow agent to handle the receipt and disbursement of all funds for each investment.
This provides complete transparency and accountability.
Once you are an investor, you will be able to review all financial statements through your on-line account. We provide current financial reporting each month and each quarter, we provide an asset management update on the business plan.