Alternative and Fractional Real Estate Investment Fund - Upside Avenue
Upside Avenue Multi-housing Income REIT
Multifamily Alternative & Fractional Real Estate Investment Fund
An alternative investment is a financial asset that does not fall into one of the mainstream investment categories, like stocks, bonds and cash. Commercial real estate is considered an alternative investment.
It’s possible to own a single commercial real estate property on your own as an investment. More commonly, people invest in portfolios of multiple properties created and managed by investment managers. These portfolios of properties are often established in an investment vehicle called a real estate investment trust (REIT).
When investing in a REIT, you are co-investing in real estate with several other investors, not unlike the fractional real estate ownership of a timeshare property. But with a REIT, your money is pooled – similar to how a mutual fund works – with other investors so the investment manager can purchase properties for the portfolio that generate income that is passed on to investors.
A REIT IS MODELED AFTER A MUTUAL FUND
An investment that combines multiple smaller investments and issues shares in a pooled investment or trust.
Upside Avenue Multi-housing Income REIT offers investors access to the alternative investment asset class through a diversified portfolio of multifamily properties. With a low minimum investment of $2,000, both accredited investors and non-accredited investors can take advantage of the opportunity. Think of it as micro real estate investing as you pool your investment with others to purchase income-generating multifamily properties worth millions of dollars.