Buy shares of rental properties, earn monthly income, and watch your money grow.
Asset Class Return•30d
In Real Estate•30d
Landa is a real estate investing app that makes investing in a property affordable for everyone. It’s simple, transparent, quick, and all from your phone. Landa uses technology to redesign real estate investing. Each property is divided into 10,000 shares. Through the Landa App, you can buy and sell on your time.
You’re in control. No investment manager is selecting properties for you. You can handpick your portfolio by buying shares in as many properties as you like.
Earn dividends. Every month, Landa collects the rent, pays expenses, and distributes the profits.
Transparency is key. Landa provides real-time updates on your property. If there is a rent change, a maintenance issue, or a new tenant, you will know about it.
Things to Know
You make money on
Term of investment
Handpick your portfolio
Earn dividends every month
Get provided real-time updates on your property
See inside MoneyMade’s 6-figure multi-asset portfolio
How you make money
When you invest in a property, you’re buying a share in a limited liability company (LLC) that owns a single rental property. Each share gives you the right to your partial (aka “pro rata”) profit earned by the LLC. Since each LLC offers a total of 10,000 shares (for single-family homes) or 100,000 shares (for multi-family properties). Each share you buy will provide you the right to earn a fraction of the profits of that LLC. If you buy all the shares of the LLC, you’ll get 100% of the profits earned by its property.
How Landa makes money
Landa does not charge withdrawal, deposit, or platform fees. They do, however, charge a management fee varying from 7 to 9% from their platform's properties' monthly rent. Investors will also need to settle a 4 to 6% acquisition charge every time a new real estate property gets added to Landa. This fee goes to closing costs such as title reports, taxes, inspections, attorneys, and offering documents.
Is it safe?
Landa does not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your personally identifiable information without your explicit consent.
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.
Solid Real Estate Rental Investment Opportunity The app is a little glitchy, but it is getting better. You invest money into shares of rental properties, which you can trade to other members for profit while collecting dividends on rent paid. There are only houses in Georgia so far, but New York, and Florida properties are coming soon. Use code MICHAEL8992 for $10 free.
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