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Concreit

4.7

(6 Reviews)

Real Estate

Invest in expert-managed commercial real estate from $1.

Snapshot

Open to US Investors

Real Estate

+125.70%

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25+ Employees

Coming from communication, media, software, and fintech.

5.5-6.5%

Target Return

Returns come from weekly dividends.

Medium

Liquidity

Request a withdrawal any time, which takes 4-8 weeks.

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25+ Employees

Coming from communication, media, software, and fintech.

How You Earn

Income

Invest From

$1

Invest in

Real Estate

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25+ Employees

Coming from communication, media, software, and fintech.

Open to US Investors

Top Perks of Investing in Commercial Real Estate

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) have outperformed stock indexes over the last 20-50 years.

The market capitalization of publicly-traded REITs on U.S. markets is over $1 trillion.

According to NAREIT, REIT volatility is only 30-40% of the entire stock market, making them relatively low risk.

REITs generally pay higher dividends—4% to 8%—compared to normal stocks.

Can I trust Concreit?

Concreit is a registered investment advisor with the SEC, and is backed by VCs like Unlock Venture Partners, Hyphen Capital, and Betterment founder Jon Stein.

30,000

# of Users

$6M

Amount Raised

1

Offerings

# of Users

30,000

Amount Raised

$6M

Offerings

1

30,000

# of Users

$6M

Amount Raised

1

Offerings

Overview

Global real estate values totaled $280.6 trillion in 2021, or 12 times the GDP of the United States. That has made the real estate business not just expensive, but absolutely not for the faint of heart—it’s a biz for rich men.
 

Concreit is helping level the playing field—allowing retail investors (accredited or non-accredited) to invest in high-quality, revenue-producing real estate with any amount they feel comfortable with. For just $1, investors can join an industry historically only accessible to the richest 1% of Americans, all while enjoying liquidity that you won’t find in traditional real estate investment offerings.

High Income

Users made up to 6.5% APY in 2022

Low Correlation

Real estate has a low correlation to stocks

Debt + Equity

Concreit’s fund holds debt + equity in real estate projects

Concreit Pros & Cons

The Good
  • Receive weekly dividends from rental income, loan interest, or some appreciation of properties.

  • Invest from as little as $1.

  • Dividends are above average for private and publicly-traded REITs, averaging 6% in 2022.

  • Cash out your holdings at any time.

  • Easily reinvest your weekly dividends into the fund to build a cash cow.

The Not-So-Good
  • You won’t always benefit from the appreciation of high-value real estate projects, just the income.

  • No web app—you’ll have to use Concreit on an iPhone or Android smartphone.

Concreit Track Record

5.5-6.5%

Annualized Dividends

Paid to Concreit investors in 2022

4-Star

Rating

From 139 App Store reviews

$10B+

AUM Experience

By Concreit’s investment committee

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Invested

$7,000

Projected Fees

$259.19

Projected return

$1,092.03

Value after fees

$8,092.03

How it Works

Here’s how Concreit lets investors earn weekly dividends from commercial real estate.

Here’s how Concreit lets investors earn weekly dividends from commercial real estate.

1

Investors sign up on Concreit

Investors start by signing up through Concreit’s mobile apps for Android or iOs. After completing KYC and registering, investors can browse offerings.

2

Investors buy into the Cash Flow fund

U.S-based investors can invest in Concreit’s Cash Flow fund, its risk-minimizing smart strategy for those seeking passive income in the form of weekly dividends. Right now, investors can buy into the fund from as little as $1.

3

Concreit funds debt and equity opportunities

The company sources high-quality real estate opportunities using proprietary techniques. Concreit deploys funds from the Cash Flow fund to these various opportunities, with a set mix of 75% debt and 25% equity.

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Investors receive weekly dividends

Investors receive weekly dividends from the Cash Flow fund, which comes from rental income, loan interest, and some appreciation of properties. They can then choose to cash that out or have it rolled over to reinvest in the fund.

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How You
Make Money

Concreit currently has one offering: the Cash Flow fund. This offering consists of stable debt and equity investments in real estate properties with annual dividend rates between 5.5% and 6%.

Each week, the Cash Flow fund pays out a dividend from rental income, loan interest, or property appreciation. This is automatically added to your balance and can be reinvested to increase your return.

You can cash out your investment anytime by requesting a withdrawal—which can take up to 60 days.

Dividends

Paid out weekly from Concreit’s Cash Flow fund.

How Concreit
Makes Money

Concreit mainly earns money from advisory and transaction fees. This includes an asset management fee of 1% per year for account balances higher than $5,000. For account balances below $5,000, Concreit charges a flat $5 per month. The company also charges a 20% withdrawal fee (taken from dividends) if an investor cashes out within a year.

1%

Fee Per Year

For account balances above $5,000.

$5

Per Month

For account balances below $5,000.

How You’re Taxed

Concreit’s Real Estate investments are largely subject to income tax. Meaning that investors are expected to trigger a taxable event once one of their properties generates income.

The exact tax rate of this investment depends on the type of income generated as well as the taxpayer's country of residence, personal income tax bracket and whether the investment is held in a tax-advantaged account.

Federal, state and local taxes also affect the total tax burden associated with the investment. For more clarity, consult with an advisor before making an investment.

10-37%

Income Tax

Concreit dividends will be reported on a 1099-DIV.

Meet the Team

Concreit’s team consists of more than a dozen real estate, fintech, and alternatives market leaders. The team’s investment team has cumulatively managed more than $10 billion in funds, which speaks to their knowledge of the space.

The company’s founders, including CEO Sean Hsieh, formerly founded and led VoIP communications platform Flowroute, which sold to West Corp. in 2018.

Concreit

4.7

(6 Reviews)

Real Estate

Here's what you'll need to invest on Concreit

US residents
Accredited & Non-accredited investors
Over 18 years of age
US residents
Accredited & Non-accredited investors
Over 18 years of age

Reviews

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Alt nerd

Simple, easy way to get started investing into Real Estate. It took a little for my funds to clear, but I was still earning interest over this time so guess it didn't matter.

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Nicholas Trumbull

Awesome

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Mike

Love the real-time dividends and weekly payouts. Great customer support - you can chat with a real person in the app.

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