The global fractional ownership market is projected to reach $8.9 billion in 2025, growing at a CAGR of 8.3% between 2021 and 2028.
Cityfunds by Nada offers US citizens and residents fractional ownership in diversified portfolios of owner-occupied homes in top cities. With projected annual returns of 15% to 18%, starting from as low as $100, investors can earn through home value appreciation and quarterly dividends.
How you make money
Cityfunds allows investors make money through appreciated home values and dividends generated from Cityfund assets, with projected annual internal rates of return (IRR) typically ranging from 15% to 18%. Cityfunds pays out dividends quarterly based on realized income from home equity investments, rental income, and asset gains. Starting in 2024, investors can sell or trade their Cityfunds shares through a secondary trading platform or through the quarterly manager-sponsored redemption program.
How Cityfunds by Nada makes money
Cityfunds earns a 1.5% asset management fee quarterly based on the net asset value, a 1.0% acquisition fee on single-family rental acquisitions, and a 5.0% to 7.0% asset sale fee for each home equity investment asset acquired.
Is it safe?
Cityfunds is backed by VCs like Silicon Valley Bank, Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, and 7BC Venture Capital.