Explore Private Placements in real estate to invest passively
By understanding Private Placements in real estate, you can invest without having to manage properties
A securities offering exempt from registration with the SEC is sometimes referred to as a private placement or an unregistered offering. While public offerings are typically made on securities exchange, offers to invest in private placements are frequently made directly to investors. Limited partnership interests in Ashcroft Capital’s deals are being offered as a private placement.
Here lies an advantage of investing in private placements – the education component. In order to invest in real estate private placements, you don’t need knowledge relating to identifying potential real property acquisitions, analyzing real estate markets and deals, negotiating real property contracts, performing due diligence, raising capital, overseeing renovations, managing the property, etc. Rather, assuming you meet the accredited investor criteria, you qualify to invest in apartment private placements, even if you’ve never invested in real estate before. However, you still need to take the time to understand the terms of the private placement.