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Why real Estate?
Real estate is an asset that diversifies your portfolio and can help reduce volatility, yield ongoing income, and mitigate risk.
But historically only wealthy people had access to real estate. With StartEngine Real Estate, you don’t need to spend a $100K minimum (or more) in order to access commercial and multi-family real estate. Through StatEngine Real Estate, you can invest and own part of commercial and multi-family properties for as little as $500.
How it works
In addition to monthly dividends, several years later, the property may be sold to another buyer, and a percentage of those returns may go back to the investor too. And all of those dividends get paid to you directly through your StartEngine account.
In the wake of COVID-19, demand for real estate has never been higher. Home prices are at a record high. The percent of homes that are selling above asking price are at a record high. Inventory and the time of that inventory on the market are both at record lows.
Real estate sectors are recovering at different speeds, and that creates opportunity we hope to take advantage of. With Michael Chesser’s expertise, StartEngine Real Estate aims to target industrial buildings that support ecommerce growth, larger apartments that supply quality of life while working from home, retail projects that provide services people can’t access online (i.e. restaurants, gyms, hair & nail salons, etc), and more.
With 26 years investing in real estate with both his own funds as well as investments he’s managed, Michael Chesser has built a reputation for increasing property values through a well-defined, repeatable investment process - buying underperforming properties at clear discounts to replacement cost and implementing renovation and repositioning strategies to improve occupancy and cash flow.
Since founding Apartment Income Investors in 1994, Michael and his team have invested in a variety of properties, including multifamily, office, retail, industrial, as well as land and construction projects all over the US.
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StartEngine Real Estate brings you an opportunity to diversify your portfolio with real estate: an asset that can reduce volatility, yield ongoing dividends, and mitigate risk. Our real estate team has over 60 years of combined experience in the sector and will leverage their expertise in a booming market as real estate reaches all-time highs, rebounding post-COVID-19.
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With Regulation A+, a non-accredited investor can only invest a maximum of 10% of their annual income or 10% of their net worth per year, whichever is greater. There are no restrictions for accredited investors.
With Regulation Crowdfunding, non-accredited investors with an annual income or net worth less than $124,000, are limited to invest a maximum of 5% of the greater of those two amounts. For those with an annual income and net worth greater than $124,000, he/she is limited to investing 10% of the greater of the two amounts.
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Please keep in mind that a company can conduct a series of “closes” or withdrawals of funds throughout the duration of the campaign. If you are included in that withdrawal period, you will be emailed your countersigned subscription agreement and proof of purchase immediately following that withdrawal.
StartEngine assists companies in raising capital, and once the offering is closed, we are no longer involved with whether the company chooses to list shares on a secondary market, or what occurs thereafter. Therefore, StartEngine has no control or insight into your investment after the close of the live offering. In addition, we are not permitted to provide financial advice. You may want to contact a financial professional to discuss possible investment outcomes.
For Regulation Crowdfunding, investors are able to cancel their investment at any point throughout the campaign up until 48 hours before the closing of the offering. Note: If the company does a rolling close, they will post an update to their current investors, giving them the opportunity to cancel during this timeframe. If you do not cancel within this 5-day timeframe, your funds will be invested in the company, and you will no longer be able to cancel the investment. If your funds show as ‘Invested’ on your account dashboard, your investment can no longer be canceled.
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Refunds that are made through ACH payments can take up to 10 business days to clear. Unfortunately, we are at the mercy of the bank, but we will do everything we can to get you your refund as soon as possible. However, every investment needs to go through the clearing process in order to get sent back to the account associated with the investment.
Both Title III (Regulation Crowdfunding) and Title IV (Reg A+) help entrepreneurs crowdfund capital investments from unaccredited and accredited investors. The differences between these regulations are related to the investor limitations, the differing amounts of money companies are permitted to raise, and differing disclosure and filing requirements. To learn more about Regulation Crowdfunding, click here, and for Regulation A+, click here.