The not-so-far-fetched science-fiction series, Wisdom of the Crowd exploits the most sensational benefits of real-time crowdsourcing platforms like RealtyeVest and draws parallels to the ridiculous, cringe-worthy fantasy world of The Circle, starring Tom Hanks and Emma Watson. In an industry like online real estate crowdfunding, where privacy can cost thousands upon thousands of dollars, the notion of people willingly relinquishing their data to go wild goose chasing and risking their lives seems contradictory of the ongoing battle for online privacy battles fought by men like Edward Snowden and backed by the majority of the nation. (And, frankly, the idea sounds a bit reminiscent of a little 2016 fad known as Pokémon Go, which seemingly dropped off the face of the earth as quickly as it appeared.)
As a real estate investor, it is crucial that your understand all of the important commercial real estate definitions and terms. We have listed some of the most common and fundamental commercial real estate definitions as a quick reference below:
“Dialing for dollars,” a phrase used by real estate investment firms trying to get capital raised for their deals. It usually lasts from opening to the close of business every day, and would go on until the deal closed. That’s how it was done in the 20th century. Old school. In the 21st, where technology is a driving force, it’s all about making things easier, and that includes raising capital.
Real estate investment firms all over the country are acquiring properties and turning them into profit. However, this is no easy feat. A lot goes into raising capital for a deal. Today, real estate sponsors will target an acquisition. Once the firm comes across an acquisition, a Letter of Intent (LOI) is drawn up, which is an agreement between the sponsor and the seller outlining the price and terms. Once the LOI, and subsequently the Purchase and Sales Agreement (PSA) is signed, the process to raise capital begins.
First things first, a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) is drafted by legal counsel which normally will take a month and $10,000-$20,000. This is followed by dialing for dollars.
To get started, one maybe two people with the firm sit down and look over an existing investor list and make warm-calls to investors advising them of a new opportunity. These firms in most cases, have a Reg D 506(b) exemption, which prohibits general solicitation of the real estate offering, and is only offered to friends, family and “existing” clients.
Not being able to reach out to new investors means relying on their existing network to support the project, which slows the success rate considerably. The firms can not advertise under the exemption, making it incredibly difficult to get the word out about a project.
Then, once these firms start to receive investments, managing investors and making distributions to investors or entire entities in multiple places is another ordeal.
It’s a long drawn out process just to get even a percentage of the funds raised for a new project, that in many cases result in success, but are costly and time-consuming. Fortunately, technological advances have served as a catalyst to launch a once formidable task into effortless achievement.
Step into the new school, now real estate firms have the option to manage their fundraising efforts from one location. Online platforms and accompanying software help sponsors manage investors and use promotional tools that will streamline a faster more consistent capital-raising process.
Sponsors who are formidably exhausted by the idea of “dialing for dollars” now have significant capabilities such as managing investor information, and sending documents electronically that allow for e-signatures. This eliminates the need to make constant phone calls and sending documents via snail mail. Contemporary methods of raising capital now include the use of accessible software that eliminates the need for sponsors to have to send documents and distributions to multiple places.
Additionally, modern technology allows for easier and faster communication. Sponsors can now issue correspondence and updates and communicate with investors via email and chat.
Keeping in mind that to be able to take full advantage of the software capabilities, sponsors need to be able to get new investors on board. That’s when promotional tools become an invaluable part of the process, as sponsors now have the ability to use a variety of multimedia applications to engage existing and prospective investors. Digital marketing now plays a huge roll in disseminating real-time data instantly to tens of thousands of investors with the click of a button.
Video, imagery, webinars, podcasts and the ability to share these things on social media are not only changing the way sponsors generate buzz about their projects with the goal of securing investment funds, but it’s also an extension of branding sponsors can take full advantage of.
In the past, much of the rate of success depended on the managing of many aspects of bringing a project to fruition. Now, sponsors can decide on one platform and utilize several digital marketing strategies and high level analytical tools to gauge investor’s interest in singular deals. This in turn, enables the sponsor to create better targeting and segmentation through email, syndication, and content marketing. Essentially, sponsors now have the option to build upon those old school practices by using available technology to improve their capital raising methods.
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Jacksonville, FLA (September 29, 2017) ― It started as a simple thought. How can we interface with sponsors and utilize our crowd-sourcing technology? The solution, a new means to give sponsors an advantage over companies still using traditional methods. The RealtyeVest Marketplace is shifting the way sponsors raise capital with a simple integration of their methods and our technology.
Raising capital is now easier than ever. RealtyeVest marketplace supplies sponsors with both a stage to present their projects and the technology to aid in expediting acquisitions, achieved with an all-encompassing technology resource that manages the entire capital raising process.
Using traditional capital raising methods can be daunting. The rate at which sponsors can successfully raise capital and close the deal on a project can be considerably slow. Furthermore, paying out large groups of investors can be complicated, particularly when they’re coming from multiple entities. Lastly, sending documents to numerous investors can be tedious and can possibly become quite costly. These hurtles typically are cumbersome and expensive.
With RealtyeVest Marketplace, sponsors can use the company’s 506(c) exemption which allows investors to register and pledge same-day. This acts as a place-holder until accredited. Once potential investors go through our seamless accreditation process and are approved, they may then fund their investment into the sponsors escrow account. Most real estate companies have a 506(b) exemption, limiting the number of non-accredited investors to 35. Real estate companies can use either RealtyeVest’s 506(c) exemption or the 506(b) which offers a greater pool of non-accredited investors.
The RealtyeVest Marketplace also supplies various tools for sponsors such as the capability to include imagery, videos, webinars, and other promotional means to showcase their uniqueness. The platform not only comes with a designed landing page, but it also includes syndication, and the use of technology to better leverage the sponsor’s existing group of investors while also exposing them to new investors.
Sponsors have access to custom CRM tools for better investor management and communication through features like chat and email protocols. A Sponsor Dashboard is also featured within the Marketplace and includes many capabilities that facilitate document management, payouts, task confirmations, real-time data, and investor enrollment in one location. This subsequently results in lower overhead and faster closings.
In summation, RealtyeVest Marketplace is replacing the traditional capital raising methods with streamline technology along with drastically reducing fees and overhead.
All of these benefits are meant to simplify the capital raising process for all parties involved. More information about the Marketplace can be viewed on here.
Last week Dan Summers, CEO of RealtyeVest, sat down with OakPeak Equity, an investing and management company, to talk about Real Estate Crowdfunding. The interview details the thought behind creating RealtyeVest, and why it’s a good idea to merge real estate with investing. Take a look at the interview below to get some insight on a fairly new industry that’s about to shake up the investment world:
AN INTERVIEW WITH THE CEO OF RealtyeVest – Dan Summers
SEPT 26th 2017
Good morning! As part of my ongoing efforts to provide Oakpeak Newsletter readers with unique insights into the real estate industry, I will periodically interview executives at some of the emerging real estate crowdfunding companies as well as real estate private equity firms. We at Oakpeak are kicking off the ‘Interview the Executive’ series with an interview with the CEO (Daniel Summers) of a fast growing Real Estate Crowdfunding firm RealtyeVest based out of Jacksonville, Florida. If interested, you can also review RealtyeVest’s latest San Antonio, Texas based multifamily offering here. I kicked off my interview with Dan Summers by asking him to give Oakpeak Newsletter readers an overview of RealtyeVest…
Question I: What is RealtyeVest and how does it differ from the multitude of real estate crowdfunding firms that have mushroomed over the last few years?
RealtyeVest CEO Dan Summers: RealtyeVest is a real estate company first and a technology company second. That’s our biggest distinguishing factor. I’ve personally owned and developed well over $1B in multifamily, office, retail and flex-office. My resume in this industry stands shoulders above any in the crowdfunding space. We also invest in every single deal on my site. No one else can make that claim. Our future is to stay nimble and cutting edge. We want to continue to marry technology with real estate investing. For instance, introducing a one-stop seamless process for IRA’s to invest on our site. We’re working with one of the largest custodians right now to make that happen. What was once a 7-10 day process will soon be a 24 hour process.
Question II: Can you talk a little bit about yourself and your background? What was the catalyst behind launching RealtyeVest?
RealtyeVest CEO Dan Summers: I have been in the real estate industry nearly 40 years. There isn’t much I haven’t seen or done. I’ve ridden every peak and valley. I’ve touched every aspect from Brokerage to Development to over $1B in acquisitions. I’ve officed in Chicago, Houston, San Antonio, Pittsburgh and now Jacksonville. I started a 1 man company and grew it to 147 full time paychecks, rolled out its IPO within 10 years and retired at the ripe age of 47. Started another acquisition company in 2013 with several Goldman Sachs ex-pats out of Singapore. We bought multifamily in markets with a story. RealtyeVest was my answer to 30 years of expensive PPM’s, a limited capital audience and laborious SEC reporting. When the solicitation floodgates opened in 2012 as a result of the JOBS Act, I took immediate note and tracked the competition for 12 months. I was amazed at the imbalance between seasoned real estate experts and digital marketing millennials. My peers were reluctant to enter the technology world but the millennials jumped in with both feet. That was the beginning of what is now RealtyeVest. I rebuilt my underwriting team and hired the most talented digital marketers available in NE FL. I’ve built a company once again from scratch but this time with a wide open playing field and limited competition.
Question III: Which among the following real estate asset categories: (multifamily, healthcare, student housing, office buildings and retail) do you consider to be relatively “safe” especially for the individual investors who often participate in crowdfunding deals? Which are the markets (from a geographic perspective) that you are bullish on?
RealtyeVest CEO Dan Summers: No doubt Senior Housing. With 4,000 Baby Boomers turning 85 every day together with an additional 12,000 retiring daily, this asset class has the most staying power. This is an undeniable demographic that can’t be argued. Couple the demand with supply or actually a lack thereof and you get a perfect storm. Blend in some nuances like retirees payments are normally secured by insurance, the government and/or an estate lends a heightened level of security to your investment.
Question IV: Where do you think we are in the real estate economic cycle (close to the peak or just mid-way there)?
RealtyeVest CEO Dan Summers: The light in my crystal ball went out ages ago but one thing I can attest to is real estate has no plateaus. It’s either up or down. Nothing in between. The question is…. when is that “Tipping Point”. When does Expansion turn into Over-Supply? The 2 benchmarks when determining where you are in this particular Market Cycle are Vacancy and Construction. Keep your eye on the GDP, rental rates and occupancy. With a strong GDP, job growth ticks up resulting in higher occupancies creating higher rates and eventually creating a need “or” opportunity for new construction. I think this where we are now but once again watch for the next “Tipping Point” when supply and demand meet. Vacancy starts inching up and while rent growth may remain it retreats a bit casting a decrease in overall revenues.
Question V: Finally, What are your thoughts regarding the future of Real Estate Crowdfunding?
RealtyeVest CEO Dan Summers: The real estate industry in large has long been overdue for a disruption. When you consider how archaic the traditional lending platforms are along with the minuscule returns investors are receiving from institutions, IRA’s and 401K’s, it’s no wonder why the real estate crowdfunding industry is expected to generate nearly $150B in managed asset within the next 5 years. Technology continues to upgrade the experience investors realize making the process seamless and transparent. There are 8.5M accredited investors in the US and less than 1% are actual investors on crowdfunding sites. This together with the Trillions of dollars in IRA’s and less than 3% are self-directed. Crowdfunding will mature into a sophisticated investing platform that will outpace Wall Street within 10 years.
(This interview was conducted by OakPeak Equity staff, and was published in their newsletter.)
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As national demographics shift and Americans between 50 and 90 years of age grow in larger numbers than our country has faced, the real estate market is experiencing a lateral evolution. According to AARP, there is a rising 77 million baby boomers currently in the US, with 10,000 new people reaching retirement age each day until the 2030s. Per these stats, the need for credible, long-term support is rapidly sprouting into one of our nation’s greatest social and economic demands.
So goes a golden gap for capitalists looking for new entries into a flourishing investment market: assisted living facilities.
An assisted living facility is a care-based residential property where seniors can maintain independence while getting support from a licensed staff. In contrast to the traditional nursing home, assisted living facilities are communities for those who do not need constant supervision but can benefit from a daily support system to help with tasks such as meal preparation and medication regulation.
The Assisted Living Federation of America details that at the cynosure of senior care in assisted living centers should be independence, quality of life, dignity and personal choice, making this a core real estate group for the growing retirement demographic that will be virtually unaffected by seasonal market fluctuations.
Parallel to the demographic demand shift in recent decades, global business has been revolutionized by a technological boom that has eclipsed every industry. In a world where people can you send messages through space with the stroke of a finger, it is easier and faster than ever to diversify business and investment opportunities.
Of such methods enhanced by the ease of technology is crowdfunding; the process of raising money through a collective effort for a single purpose or project. With Realtyevest, accredited investors anywhere can enter the real estate market with ease while alleviating many of the risks associated with traditional investments.
Furthermore, included on our site is a bank of opportunities to make a fruitful and informed entry into the assisted living real estate space, with little to no experience or special insight. Our experts monitor trends and choose partners that offer the greatest benefit to our investment community. Then, we present a myriad of options through an interactive dashboard that allows everyone involved to track the progress of their investment. This is how solutions are created in the future and you can get started TODAY.
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As crowdfunding grants new entries to the market everyday, Realtyevest uses cutting edge technology to connect accredited investors with lucrative real estate deals throughout the nation. By definition, an accredited investor is a person or entity that is qualified by the SEC (Security & Exchange Commission) to make large-scale investments based on income or net worth. At Realtyevest, we go the distance to maintain a secure and transparent community of accredited investors through the most simple process possible.
Accredited Investor: A Profile
To qualify as an accredited investor, one of the following must be true:
- A person must have earned more than $200,000 (or $300,000+ joint income for married couples) for the past two years, with a projected third.
- A person must have a net worth of at least $1 million (or joint net worth of $1 million for married couples), excluding his or her residential property value.
To calculate your net worth, use the following formula.
Net Worth = Assets – Liabilities
Accredited Investors can also be entities (i.e. banks, partnerships, corporations, nonprofits, trusts, etc ). To qualify, each entity must:
- Have a trust comprised of at least $5 million
- Be owned exclusively by a group of accredited investors
We’re honored to set the platform for informed investments that support the continued wealth and success of our partners. Click HERE to sign-up.
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President of Northeast Florida Home Builders Association to Build Camden Crossing
New Leaf Communities, in partnership with RealtyeVest, announced plans today to raise capital for the new construction of Camden Crossing, a 35-unit multifamily townhouse development located in thriving northeast Jacksonville, FL. Online retail giant, Amazon, has plans to open a fulfillment center which will add approximately 1,200 new jobs located less than 2 miles away from the planned property. Additionally, Camden Crossing will be located less than 2 miles from River City Marketplace (a large, bustling outdoor shopping center) and Jacksonville International Airport (JIA). Forbes named Jacksonville one of America’s fastest growing cities in 2017. The 1,495 square foot townhouses will have 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, single car garages, and will be located on 6.15 acres.
According to Lee Arsenault of New Leaf Communities, Camden Crossing will offer investors an opportunity to earn an above market return while being secured in a hard asset like real estate, including multifamily investments. Lee is serving as President of the Northeast Florida Home Builders Association and has served as President of the Florida Builders Association. Adding to the extensive experience for New Leaf Communities is Lee’s partner John Latshaw, Jr. John is a highly experienced Ponte Vedra, FL Tax Attorney, developer, and development consultant specializing in small multifamily projects such as Camden Crossing. He and Lee formed New Leaf Communities when market trends indicated more and more people were choosing to delay house purchasing or downsizing and instead opting to rent.
RealtyeVest was chosen exclusively to raise capital for this project due to their powerful real estate crowdfunding platform, which allows individuals to review and invest in real estate online. According to Lee, “After meeting with Dan Summers and his RealtyeVest team, we are convinced of their excellent real estate acumen and that their crowdfunding platform is head and shoulders above any other platform we’ve reviewed.”
The RealtyeVest online platform and social network provide accredited investors unprecedented access to professional-grade real estate. Unlike competitors, RealtyeVest reviews each offering through an extensive due-diligence process and remains actively involved through completion, investing side-by-side with its investors. According to Dan Summers, “New Leaf was able to structure its capital stack to allow investors an annualized overall yield of 10% secured with 1st lien. Investment opportunities for the Camden Crossing project are now open to the public exclusively at the RealtyeVest online marketplace.
Investing in real estate through a crowdfunding platform can be an exciting and lucrative endeavor. This is especially true for investors who are new to the real estate investing industry. Since the crowdfunding platform is new and unique to real estate, there are pitfalls in which investors should avoid when attempting to invest in a crowdfunding opportunity for the first time. These are the top items investors should consider before investing in a crowdfunding opportunity.
1. Experienced Real Estate Underwriters
As a real estate investor, knowing that a company has knowledgeable real estate underwriters helps ease the burden of wondering if this deal is real or even profitable. The real estate underwriter’s primary focus is to analyze the deal, identify the risks involved, determine how to eliminate as much risk as possible and structure a deal that results in the best possible outcome. This process will ensure that deals are worthy of investing in. The main focus of an underwriter is in the financial portion of the deal, it is imperative that the underwriter carefully assess all assumptions to ensure that profitability is achievable and that investors will earn a generous return on their investment.
2. Investment Returns
As a rule of thumb, if you have extra money sitting around in a retirement account or savings account earning less than 10%, it would be wise to consider real estate to help grow your retirement nest egg. Crowdfunding platforms can offer exciting opportunities to new investors that were not available to them even a few short years ago. Most crowdfunding platforms offer an annualized 10% yield per deal and some crowdfunding companies offer profit participation as an additional upside to investing in a particular deal.
3. Quality of Sponsor
Having a strong and experienced sponsor is one of the best ways to mitigate risk. A strong sponsor will understand how to value the property in the initial acquisition phase. Successful sponsors understand what it takes to run a property through the investment cycle from the acquisition, managing the asset during the holding period, then timing the correct moment for selling the asset at its most profitable. Having a sponsor that can demonstrate the qualities will help ensure that the investment is profitable.
4. Quality of Asset
A strong real estate asset is a key to profitability. Depending on the asset class, being located in a highly desirable market contributes greatly to the asset as a whole. In addition to the market, the asset’s quality can also be determined by trailing financials or rent rolls for example.
5. Cost of Entry
The minimal investment may not be important to some, but others, who just want to test the waters would likely not want to shell out, for example, $25,000 on their very first investment. Lower minimal investments allow new investors to get a feel for crowdfunding especially if they are new to the platform or crowdfunding as a whole. Ultimately, smaller minimal investments give investors a chance to find out if real estate crowdfunding is for them in the future.
In addition to having professional real estate underwriters analyze the deal, the information or data from the underwriter should be easy to follow and make sense. An investor should be able to determine if a particular deal is worthwhile or not; simply by the way the information is presented on the offering page. Advance jargon is sometimes confusing for a novice real estate investor. Real estate investing through crowdfunding should be easy and seamless, and not require an advanced degree of any kind.
7. Getting Paid and How Often
Getting paid should not be a mystery, it should be clearly stated somewhere within the deal. If you cannot find how often or when you are paid, then likely you should find another deal in invest in all together; because making money is the reason you’re investing in real estate in the first place, right?
8. Exit Strategy
Knowing how and when the investor will get their money back is imperative to any investment opportunity. A crowdfunding deal should have a clear exit strategy listed within the deal that clearly tells investors how the sponsor intends to repay the initial capital investment; best if in a sequence of easy to follow steps. If the exit is not listed, you should be able to find out relatively easy from the platform’s customer service team.
9. Crowdfunding Platform
A real estate crowdfunding platform should be easy to navigate. The platforms should be secured and offer an investor every tool they will need to make an informed decision of whether to invest in a deal or not.
A real estate crowdfunding platform is best when they do not charge the investors fees for investing. It seems kind of silly that an investor who is lending their money should pay to play twice. There are more than enough deals on different platforms that do not charge the investor asset manager or accounting fees. It would be wise to seek those out first, then fall back on investor fee-based platforms when they have an irresistible deal that would be worth paying the fee to invest in that particular deal.
As you can see, there’s a lot that goes into investing in a crowdfunded real estate deal. Following these tips will help investors land the perfect deal on any platform regardless of how the platform structures the deal.
When you are ready to invest, go through t this list to ensure that everything meets your standards as a real estate investor.
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It’s a challenging environment for fund managers. Investors want more control over their investment decisions and to “know” exactly what they are investing in. Investors also want good overall returns while maintaining some control over what they are investing in. For these and other reasons, the Pledge Fund is exploding in popularity over the more traditional Blind Pool Fund.
Old concepts become new again, particularly in the investment world. Pledge Funds are an old concept that is finding increased usage in the real estate investment world. Investors are embracing the control and power that Pledge Funds give them over Blind Pool Funds. To understand just why they are becoming more popular, it’s important to know what they are and the advantages they have over Blind Pool Funds.
Pledge Funds Defined
Pledge Funds are private equity/debt funds that are set up to invest in projects within a very limited set of parameters. The managers of the Fund find projects to invest in that meet the pre-determined set of parameters. Investors are given information on the project and its expected returns. Projects are funded on an individual per deal basis. If an investor doesn’t want to fund a deal, they don’t have to, even if every other investor in the fund invests in the project.
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Pledge funds are seemingly a 21st-century investment vehicle, but a form of the pledge fund has existed for centuries. In fact, the railroads were built with a form of this fund. It was only recently that investors chose to turn over all investment authority over to fund managers.
It’s clear that Pledge Funds offer advantages when it comes to making investment decisions. These advantages are becoming even more pronounced in industries like real estate. Pledge Funds put decisions in the hands of individual investors, but the actual managing of the investment stays with the fund managers. It’s a powerful advantage for those who want an active role in their investments without the day-to-day management work.
Blind Pool Funds Defined
Blind Pools Funds are a type of private equity/debt fund where investors invest in the Fund and a fund manager has wide latitude in determining what investments are made and when they are made. Investors in the blind pool fund do not green light or red light investments as these decisions are made solely by the fund managers.
Blind Pool Funds became popular in the 1980’s and 1990’s with the rise of venture capital and angel investors. While they are still quite popular, some investors began to shy away from them after the dot-com bust. Many Blind Pool Funds had made investments in ideas that were never destined to earn money and some investors lost heavily. A good example is the spectacularly famous flop that was Pets.com.
The obvious advantage of Blind Pool Funds is that decisions are made by the fund managers. The fund managers know that they can throw the weight of the fund behind any project they feel should be backed. Investors don’t need to worry about investment decisions because they are made by skilled fund managers.
Pledge Funds vs. Blind Pool Funds
Pledge Funds have the distinct advantage of putting investment decisions in the hands of the individual investors. They are not bound to invest in what the majority of the investors in the fund want to invest in. If the majority of the investors want to invest in a new shopping mall, those investors who feel there is a shopping mall surplus can choose to abstain for investing in the project.
Pledge Funds can easily limit themselves to certain real estate sectors, like single-family real estate, making the investment parameters naturally narrow. Individual investors understand what the projects are doing and what the expected returns are. They know whether an investment is a good choice or not and can choose to pledge their funds accordingly.
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Investors without the time to manage or determine what investments to make are a good candidate for a Blind Pool Fund. It’s a set it and forget it method of investing that can solely focus on fund returns. Investors may also fall into this category if they don’t have access to investment information or support.
It is possible for Pledge Funds to provide the right kind of investment information support to these investors so that they feel more comfortable pledging or not pledging an investment. Just because a fund allows an investor to make a choice, it doesn’t mean they are forced to make a choice. The fund manager can give advice on real estate investments. It’s this flexibility that is making pledge funds a popular choice.
As the real estate investment market continues to change, investors should definitely look at the Pledge Fund as a popular alternative to the traditional blind pool fund. It may provide just what investors want and need when taking control of their investment choices. With the right kind of management, they can produce above average returns while providing investors with a good choice of real estate investment vehicles.
This is why RealtyeVest has chosen to focus its first ReV Pledge Fund on single-family homes in the hottest real estate markets in the United States. In the right market, single-family investments are predictable and offer returns ranging from 10% – 14% annualized yield. The ReV Single-Family Pledge Fund focuses on debt investments with limited up-side profits participation in Northeast Florida that are secured with a 1st lien mortgage. This short-term investment fund allows investors to pre-fund quality investments, securing their position in Northeast Florida’s highly competitive real estate market. The ReV Pledge Fund was designed for both novice real estate investors looking for a simple and seamless way to invest in single-family buy-and-sell projects as well as accredited investors searching for a great starting place with quick turn arounds. If you fall into either of these categories, the ReV Single-Family Pledge Fund is a great solution for you!
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