Alpha Investing is a private capital network built on relationships. They provide investors access to institutional-quality, private real estate investments. They do this by breaking down investment minimums. Alpha Investing aggregates capital from their investor network into one LLC, which then invests as a single investor. Using aggregated capital, this LLC easily meets investment minimums, providing their investor network unprecedented access to institutional-quality deals. They primarily focus on value-add mulitfamily and senior housing opportunities and target properties in supply-constrained markets with strong, in-place cash flow.
How you make money
All deals at Alpha Investing are sourced from a specialized group of pre-vetted sponsors. Alpha negotiates an equity reservation on behalf of their private capital network. They then are able to offer investors access to these projects, at significantly reduced minimums. Alpha Investing carefully curates deal-flow within their preferred assets classes. At this time, Alpha Investing targets deals in multifamily, student housing, senior housing, and office.
When you invest through the Alpha Investing platform, you own a membership interest in the form of shares, in an Alpha managed entity, specific to the underlying investment project. When you make your investment, the money is held securely in an independent escrow account. In connection with the closing of the project, your money is transferred to the company, and you will receive your security. Most investments provide quarterly cash flow distributions, but this can vary depending on the specific investment.
How Alpha Investing makes money
Alpha Investing takes a 2% upfront fee and a 0.5% annual management fee. It is in their best interest for their investments to perform well as they also receive 20% of returns after the preferred return of 10% is already paid out to investors.
Is it safe?
They never share individual investor details with third parties. Privacy and protection are their chief concern in all dealings with sponsors and investors. Information transmitted via their website is protected by a Secure Sockets Layer ("SSL"), a protocol developed for privately transmitting documents over the internet. They partner and consult with industry experts that specialize in alternative investment underwriting. Their vetting process is comprehensive, meticulous, and has numerous layers of third-party analysis.