What are rental & debt fund syndications?
Investors looking for steady cash flow secured to real estate may want to look into rental and/or debt funds. Rental syndications are single family, multifamily and commercial property investments held longer term for the purpose of monthly cash flow from rents. Investors also often receive tax deductions from depreciation. Debt funds are loans on property or businesses and are especially secure when in priority positions at low LTV’s. They are also excellent choices for self-directed IRA’s as they are passive and do not generally trigger UBIT taxes.
Here are some of RealWealth’s past debt and rental funds:
RWN Turnkey Rental Fund
# of RealWealth Investors: 62
The fund owns single-family rental homes in Florida, Ohio, Michigan and Georgia. We picked these areas based on cash flow and appreciation potential due to migration trends. Preferred return of 8% with a share in profit upon sale.
Wealthy One and Rental Ready – Debt Funds
# of RealWealth Investors: 88
Short-term lending to RWN’s turnkey rental property provider in Ohio. Funds are secured in 1st position at 65% ARV.
Challenge III – Debt Fund
# of RealWealth Investors: 31
Investors earn half their interest (5%) in quarterly payments and the rest (4.5% annually) when the rents are increased and the property is refinanced or sold.
RWN Texas – Private Note with Option to Purchase
# of RealWealth Investors: 57
An 1831 acre master planned community surrounding the brand new Texas A&M University San Antonio (TAMUS) had been tied up in litigation for 7 years. The owners acquired a hard money loan and needed a quick sale for $26.5M. We purchased the note for $13M at 10% interest for a 6 month term, with the hopes of reselling the property for twice what we paid. The owners were able to pay off our loan, and our investors earned the 10% interest.
RWN Discovery II – Debt Fund
# of RealWealth Investors: 71
Some people wanted to invest in our Park City residential subdivision, but due to the business activity of building and selling homes, they would pay UBIT taxes in their self-directed IRA’s. Instead, RealWealth structured a debt fund to lend against the property, making the investment passive and thereby avoiding UBIT (Unrelated Business Income Tax). Homes are selling now at www.discoveryridgeparkcity.com and investors are expected to receive their capital back in 2020.
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