Passive Investing Made Simple
We have worked for years with passive, buy & hold, real estate investors and they have all experienced the downside of passive. These include managing existing tenants, toilets, taxes, consistent maintenance calls, evictions, finding new tenants and properties, manage rehabs, etc.
None of the above are passive.
What if there were a hassle-free way to enjoy the benefits of real estate and to do so 100% passively?
The American Recovery Fund
The American Recovery Fund, (“The Fund”), allows investors to invest passively in real estate throughout the state. The Fund is a 506(c) and is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Texas State Securities Board.
The Fund invests in single-family real estate and small apartments in South Texas. Currently, the fund has $7M in real estate and nearly 30% in equity in The Fund’s properties.
The American Recovery Fund is a great way to invest passively in real estate. The Fund pays 9% preferred return with 10% equity when an asset is sold by the fund.
The Fund can use investors’ self-directed IRAs. So, if you have capital sitting in an IRA, put it to work in the fund.
The minimum investment is $25,000, but we would prefer a minimum of $100,000, and for Accredited Investors only.