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Absolutely. It’s just like owning a share of a company. You will earn the same rate of return as everyone else. 💯
In investing there are never any guarantees, but there’s a projected rate of return. Assuming the investment goes well, the more you invest, the more you make. See a HYPOTHETICAL example on this below.
HELL F*&%ING YES. Typically real estate operators bring a minority stake with the rest coming from investors. We put up the vast majority of the capital before bringing on investors. In the event we adopt a more traditional real estate GP/LP model, there’s a minimum return rate that all investors get before the manager gets paid. This is to ensure that incentives align. 🙏
Generally, we target residential real estate (multifamily) in kickass markets with 50-500 units. This ensures that 1) there’s always rental demand and 2) the asset will always produce income, even if there are empty apartments.
With Reg. CF (most of ours), not for 12 months. Publicly traded REITs can be bought and sold on day-to-day basis. NYCE properties generally have an industry standard 4-7 year hold period. Sometimes the hold period is reduced to 36 months. This period is to allow the investment to appreciate, grow and mature before returning capital (+ returns) to investors.
Yes, but ONLY if there is a clear utility for the NFT that “protects” the money spent. There’s too much junk and scams out there. Our NFTs LIKELY will give access to our TRIBE Academy.
We have live trading pencilled in for Q3. We want to avoid the “pitfalls” of juno cryptos, sh*tcoins and meme stocks. And just bring the stuff that’s been proven to work over time.