The Real Estate Crowdfunding Review January 2019 Update

January 23, 2019

Rich Uncles REIT I shuts the gates on investor withdrawals as the fund takes a NAV loss and a board member resigns. Also, check out the 2019 update on my entire real-estate portfolio, extended club specials, database, "local eyes", local chapters and more.

 

 

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Private Club Feeder Fund Updates

  • Core-plus NNN feeder fund: 3rd closing

    By popular demand, there's going to be 3rd closing of this fund in mid February. This is a feeder into rare fund where the sponsor has full real estate cycle experience with no money lost. It invests in what it calls "recession resistant" and Amazon resistant properties with long-term triple net leases and low (40%) leverage. It's also one of the few funds that has an investment grade rating.

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Ian was impressed by the potential of real estate crowdfunding, but frustrated by the lack of quality site reviews and investment analysis. He created The Real Estate Crowdfunding Review to fill that gap.

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