Passively invest in rapidly growing commercial real estate with daily-use, necessity-based commercial real estate properties.
Asset Class Return•30d
In Real Estate•30d
First National Realty Partners (FNRP) is a rapidly growing commercial real estate private equity firm that owns and operates real estate throughout the United States. FNRP focuses on expanding its portfolio by acquiring market-dominant, well-located commercial assets well below replacement cost. Being vertically integrated, FNRP actively manages its portfolio through an in-house team of full-time real estate professionals focused on acquisitions, property/asset management, leasing, finance, accounting, and investor relations.
Things to Know
You make money on
Value + Dividends
Term of investment
12% - 18%
Annual cash returns in the 6 - 9% range.
Potential for additional upside on equity deals when the property is sold or refinanced.
Tenant relationships with major retail and grocery chains.
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How you make money
The projected return varies based on the specific offering, but First National Realty Partners advertises annual cash returns in the 6-9% range, with the potential for additional upside on equity deals when the property is sold or refinanced, for an overall target IRR of 12-18%.
As with many real estate investments, investors receive regular cashflow from rental income (net of fees, and distributed quarterly), and then a pro-rata share of the profits when a property is sold.
How First National Realty Partners makes money
First National Realty Partners does not charge any direct fees to investors to invest on the platform. FNRP does collect various fees associated with each offering, such as an acquisition fee, a property management fee, and a disposition fee when the property is sold or re-financed (each fee is typically 1%, though may vary so investors should review the offering documents). Target and historic returns are shown net of all fees.
Is it safe?
First National Realty Partners focus on name-brand national tenants with growing market shares because they are historically stable and provide consistent cash flow for the investor. Additionally, their in-house asset management team has decades of experience maximizing property values and investor returns. Their targeted hold periods range from 3-7 years, after which they sell or refinance each property and return capital, plus appreciation to their partners.
How You’re Taxed
Short-term capital gains are from selling assets owned for one year or less, which are taxed at ordinary income tax rates. Long-term capital gains are for assets owned for more than a year, and are taxed at a lower rate than ordinary income, with rates ranging from 0% to 20% depending on your total taxable income.
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