Build a more perfect portfolio. Get paid frequent dividends + earn more from property appreciation. Introducing the first simple, low-cost real estate investment platform.
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With Fundrise, you can invest in a low-cost, diversified portfolio of institutional-quality real estate. The company combines state-of-the-art technology with in-house expertise to reduce fees and maximize your long-term return potential.
Your portfolio is powered by high-quality, resilient assets. Fundrise pairs its extensive network and expertise with the collective buying power of its investor community to acquire high-quality assets ranging from debt to equity, commercial to residential, and more. The Fundrise team follows a "value investing" strategy of acquiring assets for less than their assessed value—and typically less than their replacement cost. They then work to increase the value of each asset over time through hands-on management and partnerships with local operators. Their experts specifically designed the Fundrise portfolio with the intention of being able to withstand prolonged periods of economic distress.
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- Frequent dividends paid out to investors
- Institutional quality real estate without the high fees
- Flexible investment minimums, starting from just $500
How you make money
Fundrise’s investments are focused on long-term growth. As a result, your investment will naturally form a J-curve that takes time to play out. There will be an initial period of low expected returns as the properties are acquired and business plans are executed. However, this should contribute to generating higher returns as your investment matures. Following the ramp-up stage in which Fundrise acquires properties, your investment will act like a dividend-paying stock. Fundrise provides steady monthly dividend income, and you can choose to receive your dividends in cash or reinvest them. You will also benefit from increasing property values over time. This can result in higher dividend payments due to rent increases or a higher sale price when the property is sold.
How Fundrise makes money
For all unaccredited offerings, investors pay a 0.15% annual investment advisory fee (which may be reviewed under certain circumstances). Separately, for funds in standard portfolios, investors pay a 0.85% annual asset management fee. Altogether, that’s $10/year for every $1,000 invested, or an annual management fee of just 1%.
Is it Safe?
Fundrise crowdfunded its first property in 2013, and as of January 2020, it has helped over 130,000 investors invest close to 5 billion dollars in total transactions. Fundrise has received over 50 million dollars in funding and has a projected value of over 800 million dollars. They Fundrise portfolio was specifically designed with the intention of being able to withstand prolonged periods of economic distress. Nothing can be guaranteed, but because of their conservative approach and extensive underwriting processes, we believe the Fundrise portfolio is well-positioned to sustain a severe economic downturn and offer good risk-adjusted returns.
Although there is always potential for loss while investing in real estate, the expansive portfolio and solid track record of Fundrise should speak to the reliability of the company. Fundrise Advisors, LLC (“Fundrise Advisors”), an affiliate of Fundrise, is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission as an investment adviser under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940.
Things to know
- You make money onValue + Dividends
- Payout frequencyQuarterly
- Term of investment60+ months
- Open toAll Investors
- Country availabilityUS only
- Assets under management$400M
- Mobile ApplicationIOS, Android
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Forward-looking statements, including without limitations investment outcomes and projections, are hypothetical and educational in nature. The results of any hypothetical projections can and may differ from actual investment results had the strategies been deployed in actual securities accounts.
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