Investor Benefits

Unmatched Advantages

Investing with Better Capital Fund allows investors to avoid the responsibilities of being a landlord, such as dealing with property maintenance and tenant issues, while still earning passive income.

Investing with BCF also allows investors to have peace of mind that their investment is secured by real property.  The platform’s structure and underwriting protocols also help mitigate single market risk and liability risk.

While not as common as REITs and ETFs, Better Capital Fund allows investors to customize their level of participation and offers low annual expenses with a fully transparent model.

The Better Capital Fund + Avestor Platform and programs offer several benefits and advantages for investors, including the ability to customize portfolios to meet specific goals, track the performance of individual investments, and diversify their portfolios to reduce risk.

The platform’s Limited Partnership structure allows investors to take advantage of pass-thru tax benefits on equity investments, and they can choose to focus on investments that generate passive income or offer opportunities for capital appreciation.

Customize Your Goals

Investors can create a custom portfolio to meet their needs

Track Individual Investments

Unlike REITs and ETFs, investors can track the earnings and performance of every investment they participate in

Independent of The Stock Market

Investments are in active real estate deals, not impacted by broad swings in the stock market

Diversified Portfolio

Enables investors to have a broad portfolio of investments to reduce portfolio risk

Pass Thru Tax Benefits

Limited Partnership structure allows investors to take advantage of pass-thru benefits on equity investments

Passive Income

Investors can decide how much of their portfolio should be focused on investments that generate passive income

Capital Appreciation

investors can decide how much of their portfolio should be focused on equity deals that provide the opportunity for capital appreciation

Avoid Landlord Responsibilities

No need to deal with tenant issues or property maintenance

No Need to Take on Additional Debt

When purchasing a rental property, you may have to take on a huge mortgage

Diversified Across Multiple Markets

Helps to eliminate single-market risk

Liability Risk Mitigated

No worries about a tenant potentially suing

Customizable Level of Liquidity

Not as liquid as REITs/ETFs, but allows investors to customize participation

Low Annual Expenses

Fully transparent model with low platform fees and pro-rata share of expenses

Diversification

One of the main advantages of private funds is the ability to diversify your portfolio. By investing in a range of properties rather than just one, you spread out your risk and increase the chances of a positive return. This is similar to the concept of diversification in the stock market, where investors spread their investments across different industries and asset classes to reduce risk. According to a study by the National Association of Realtors, investing in multiple properties rather than a single property can lead to higher returns, with the average return on a single-family home being 8.7% compared to a return of 11.3% on a portfolio of 10 or more properties.

Customization

With our Avestor online platform, you have the ability to tailor your real estate portfolio to your specific needs and preferences. This level of control allows you to focus on the investments that align with your investment strategy and goals, rather than being limited to a predetermined selection. Additionally, you can invest in increments as small as $10,000, giving you flexibility in terms of how much capital you want to allocate to each investment.

Flexibility

Our private fund offers flexible investments in terms of different markets, asset classes, and investment time frames. This means you can invest in a variety of properties across different locations and sectors, as well as choose investments with different risk profiles and holding periods. By diversifying your portfolio, you can mitigate the impact of any potential downturns in a specific market or asset class.

Invest over Time

Private funds allow you to invest gradually, rather than needing to have a large sum of money upfront. This can be especially beneficial for those who are just starting to build their real estate portfolio and want to test the waters before committing a large amount of capital. You can start small and add to your portfolio over time as new investments become available, allowing you to build a well-rounded portfolio that meets your long-term goals.

Liquidity

Private funds offer significantly more liquidity compared to direct investments in real estate. While it can be difficult and time-consuming to sell a single property, a private fund allows you to sell your share of the investments at any time. This can provide added flexibility and peace of mind, especially in the event of an unexpected financial emergency.

Tax Benefits

Investing in real estate through a private fund can offer tax benefits to investors, including the ability to write off certain expenses related to the property. These tax benefits can help to reduce the overall cost of ownership and increase an investor’s return on investment.
One way that an investor working in a tech company can benefit from tax write-offs by investing in real estate is by taking advantage of deductions for mortgage interest, property taxes, and maintenance costs. For example, if you take out a mortgage to finance your investment in a property, you may be able to write off the interest paid on the loan as a tax deduction. Similarly, you can often deduct property taxes paid on the property as well as certain maintenance and repair expenses.

It’s important to note that the specific tax benefits available to you will depend on your individual circumstances and the tax laws in your jurisdiction. It’s always a good idea to consult with a tax professional to understand how real estate investing can impact your tax situation and to ensure that you are taking advantage of all available deductions.

Tax Depreciation

Tax Depreciation: In addition to deductions for mortgage interest, property taxes, and maintenance costs, investors in real estate may also be able to take advantage of tax depreciation. Tax depreciation allows an investor to write off the wear and tear on a property over time, which can help to reduce the overall cost of ownership.

For example, let’s say you purchase a rental property for $500,000, and the property is expected to have a useful life of 30 years. Under the tax depreciation rules, you may be able to write off a portion of the value of the property each year as a tax deduction. This can help to offset any rental income you receive from the property and reduce your tax liability.

It’s important to note that the specific amount of tax depreciation you are able to claim will depend on various factors, such as the type of property, its useful life, and the tax laws in your jurisdiction. A tax professional can help you to understand how tax depreciation can impact your real estate investments and assist you in maximizing your tax benefits.

Overall, private funds provide a valuable investment opportunity with the added benefits of lower risk, customization, diversification, and liquidity.

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