June Newsletter: Lower Entry, Investor Growth & New Offerings

RealtyeVest’s Lowers Minimum Investments Across the Board

Beginning in June RealtyeVest’s investor community will be able to participate in all investments for as little as $5,000. This will allow for new and experienced investors to get into more deals and diversify their real estate investments across more offerings.

Since the launch of the new RealtyeVest platform, our investor base has experienced a 61% growth rate over the previous month. This growth has largely stemmed from our extensive marketing campaigns, rebranding efforts, new investment offerings and promotional outreach.

RealtyeVest is evolving into a national crowdfunding brand. We have recently been invited to speak at a number of national and international conferences along with attracting several very large sponsors.  Other national crowdfunding platforms are evolving into more of a traditional lending capacity, making the on-boarding process laborious and untimely, while RealtyeVest remains nimble and user-friendly.


 June Updates

The Monroe House

RealtyeVest is pleased to announce that it has recently added a new debt investment offering for a 40,000-square-feet Assisted Living Facility in southwestern Mississippi, near the Louisiana state line. The development includes 60 one-bedroom/bathroom units.

Dubbed The Monroe House, the project is a $1,000,000 debt investment opportunity that’s being offered at 12% interest as a current payment with 10% profit participation in a capital event. The total raise for the project will be $5,000,000 in five total tranches. Construction for the development has been approved by the planning and zoning commission, and the board of supervisors.

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Island Oaks

RealtyeVest is pleased to announce that it has recently added a new debt investment offering in Merritt Island, Florida. Island Oaks Condominiums is a four-building, 48-unit condominium development located off North Courtenay Parkway. The community also lies within the Space Coast, an area inside Brevard County that got its name because of its proximity to the Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

The development, which is currently under construction, is $2,000,000 debt investment opportunity with a 10% ROI and 10% profit participation. The total cost to capitalize the development is $10,271,520, which includes $1,500,000 in land acquisition costs; $6,252,000 in construction hard costs; $707,000 in soft costs; and $1,812,520 in carrying costs and project fees.

Why We Like This Deal


A Word From The CEO


“You spoke and we listened… we lowered the minimum investment on “every” deal on our site to $5,000. This opens the floodgates for first time investors to invest with us with an increased comfort level. We look forward to working with new and seasoned investors and as always, I am available via phone or email to answer any questions. Thank you and Happy Investing.” – Dan Summers

Tip of the Month

A lot of investors try to cut corners to save money, but in our opinion, they end up having more issues when they attempt to sell the property. If a renovation project is not done correctly and repairs are left needed… don’t expect to get the full market value of the asset. Look to crowdfunding for additional capital to help with the unexpected costs and renovations of projects.


RECENTLY CLOSED DEALS

Sweet Water Park Assisted Living Facility

The equity investment portion on this Senior Living Project, which offered a 28% ROI, has just closed. Under construction now, Sweet Water Park is a residential assisted living project in Jacksonville, Fla. The project build out will consist of three phases, which will take place over the next several months. The first phase will be licensed for 15 beds and should be completed by July.  The second phase will include adding another 15 beds in a new construction project on the property. Phase three will include expanding the current structures so in the end there will be a total of 50 beds at this location. The structures are being built on 5.8 acres in a park-like setting that features a one-acre pond, trees and benches.

But for the investors who participated in this project, there is nothing left to do but relax and enjoy the fruits of passive real estate investing.

For more information on Sweet Water Park check out our spotlight interview with project sponsor John Daley.


“Buy land, they’re not making it anymore” – Mark Twain


SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: Mr. John Daley


Originally from Biloxi, Miss., Daley, 55, has been living in Florida for the majority of his adult life. His interest in real estate peaked seven years ago, when he saw a Carleton Sheets’ infomercial on television. From there, he joined a real estate investment club in Jacksonville, where he spent eight months learning the intricacies of real estate investing.

Since then, Daley has been involved in several renovation projects, including six single-family homes, five of which that have already been sold, he said, “and the sixth should be on the market in about two weeks.”

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Events


Crowd Invest Summit West 2017
RealtyeVest CEO Daniel Summers is scheduled to present at the upcoming 6th Annual Global Crowdfunding Convention at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Oct. 23rd – 24th.

The two-day convention, sponsored by Microsoft, is considered the flagship crowdfunding event of the year!

Get Your Tickets

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Online Real Estate Investment: The Monroe House

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Location

The Monroe House is an online real estate investment in the community of Carriere, Mississippi — midway through Pearl River County — located between cities Picayune and Poplarville. The area is known for its growing population, which increased by 6,600 residents from 2000 to 2014, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. From 2010 to 2015, the county also experienced an increase of about 1,500 senior citizens.

Weak Competition

It’s important to note that there is only one identified assisted living facility within the Pearl River County primary market area (PMA) that offers assisted living services. While there are no imminent plans for senior living developments in Carriere, the area represents a large untapped market for investors.

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The Real Price of Tesla Solar Shingles Is Through the Roof

Tesla Solar Shingles

Tesla’s announcement to start selling its long-awaited solar roofing system was met with mixed reviews last week when the automaker published a cost comparison blog on its website.

The news of the announcement follows the 2016 merger between Tesla and SolarCity — one of the largest solar energy companies in the United States — and further implements Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s vision of a future defined by carbon-free energy.

In the blog post, Tesla said the new solar roofing system will cost $21.85 per square foot for an average American home — roughly 2,500 square feet.

While the product might be pricier than a traditional roof ($4.00-$7.00 per square feet,) it will ultimately pay for itself in reduced electric bills — a process Tesla says will take about 30 years to realize.

And if that isn’t enough, in reality, the price might nearly be twice that amount.

The Real Costs

The true cost, according to the blog, will be about $42 per square feet for solar tiles and $11 per square feet for non-solar tiles. Although Tesla recommends at least 50 percent of solar coverage to meet your home’s energy needs, the automaker factored in only 35 percent of the roof being covered with solar tiles when determining the average price.

Tesla even published a cost calculator for customers to price out their own roof with coverage of up to 70 percent of solar tiles.

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The price was calculated for a roof where 35 percent of the tiles are solar, in order to generate $53,500 worth of electricity, which according to Consumer Reports would make a solar roof more affordable than an asphalt shingle roof.

Regardless of the percent of coverage, costs will vary significantly depending on customer choice and the size of the roof.  But one thing is for sure, the installation before factoring in the cost of energy will be much higher than a conventional roof.

Energy Wave

Fifty years ago, the idea of building eco-friendly modular homes, using energy-efficient products, renewable materials and solar panels was impractical. Today, the momentum is with renewable energy, and because of proven tax benefits, more developers are opting to build energy-efficient homes and facilities.

For example, this assisted living facility in Carriere, Miss. will be developed as a “Green” building, which will significantly reduce its monthly utility costs.

This is all part of the global shift designed to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels, eliminate pollution and promote green energy alternatives. So, even though solar roofing isn’t cheaper than other current options, it may be a practical alternative for some energy conscious consumers.

The Bottom Line

But here’s the bottom line: although the installation includes materials and the removal of your old roof, taxes, fees and additional construction costs such as skylight replacements and structural upgrades are not included.

Even if someone decides to purchase Tesla’s Solar Roofing, most Americans live in their homes for less than a decade before selling. This means the majority of homeowners who purchase the new product will have relocated long before the investment pays for itself.

This feature is made possible by using two types of glass tile, solar tile and non-solar tile. Both appear the same from street level.

It’ll be interesting to see how much success the automaker has selling to different markets, with a price tag that can range from $30,000 to upwards of a $100,000 per installation.

I guess the market niche for Tesla’s solar roof product is that it turns sunlight into electricity, while maintaining the appearance of a traditional shingled roof. Nowadays, some solar panels cost less than $3 per watt for installation, and can pay-off in more than half the time (7-10 years) than the projection for a Tesla solar shingles roof.

Made with tempered glass, this product, unfortunately, will likely be limited to the more affluent suburb market.

So far, other companies have had little success incorporating solar technology into roofing tiles or shingles. As for the bigger picture, it remains questionable if the automaker’s newest gimmick will appeal to consumers as much as its vehicles do.

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RealtyeVest Offers High-yield Investment Opportunity in Brand New Assisted Living Facility in Pearl River County

The Monroe House to Draw Seniors from Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana to the Growing Community

CARRIERE, Miss., May 16, 2017 — RealtyeVest announced today capital raise plans for brand new construction of The Monroe House, an assisted living and memory care facility in Pearl River County, Mississippi. The beautiful, spacious facility sits on 4.4 sprawling acres, less than four miles from the new state-of-the-art Highland Memorial Hospital in Picayune. The Monroe House promises to attract seniors from nearby areas of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi.

“We are excited that this project offers amazing high-yield returns to our investors, and a much-needed facility for the local Carriere community.” said Dan Summers, CEO of RealtyeVest. “With access to private deal flow and unique investment mechanisms, RealtyeVest offers affordable real estate opportunities that investors would otherwise not be able to access.”

The Monroe House will be a 40,000 square-feet single story building with 60 one-bedroom, one-bathroom living quarters. Pearl River County has enjoyed consistent population growth over the past several years, where almost 20 percent of the residents are over 55 years old.

RealtyeVest has opened its online platform and social network to provide accredited investors unprecedented access to professional-grade real estate. Unlike competitors, RealtyeVest vets each offering through an extensive due-diligence process and remains actively involved through completion, investing side-by-side with investors. Investment opportunities on the RealtyeVest debt platform offer a 10 plus 10 reward program (10 percent annual return plus 10 percent profit share, while being secured with a first lien position on the asset).

The Monroe House offering sweetens investor enticement as an opportunity to immediately engage in.

A rendering of the 40,000-square-feet, single-story facility.

“Our sponsor, longtime local banker Paul C. Monroe, wanted to kick off this program by aggressively offering a 12 percent yield and 10 percent participation on the first $1M,” said Summers.

Construction has been approved by the planning and zoning commission, and the board of supervisors. The building will feature large, modern community areas for residents. The rooms are approximately 20 percent larger than other assisted living facilities in the area. Each room will be equipped with a computer, high-speed wi-fi access, a television and telephone capable for video conferencing with family and friends.

“Until now, 13 million accredited investors in the country only had access to a fraction of the real estate opportunities on the market,” said Paul C. Monroe, project sponsor. “As a leading real estate investment management company, RealtyeVest has created a marketplace that allows investors to curate a profitable portfolio, while also expanding their network of other like-minded investors.”

Mr. Monroe has deep experience in real estate development as a co-owner and manager of multiple developments around Alabama and Mississippi, such as the Turnberry Condominiums, a 200-unit development, and the Bella Luna, a 128-unit high-rise with a 50-berth marina. He has also held various board and civic positions, including commissioner of the Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission and Director of the Pascagoula Chamber of Commerce.

Income for the project is projected to reach stabilization within, or fewer than, 12 months, generating approximately $1.5M in gross revenue and netting an income of $168,746 by the end of its first year of operation. By the fifth year, it is projected to net an annual income of $733,000. Check out The Monroe House for more information.

Learn more about RealtyeVest at www.realtyevest.com. Connect with them on social media @RealtyeVest, on Facebook or Linkedin.

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Baby Boomers Nearing Retirement Drive New Markets in Affordable, Assisted Living

As the percentage of retired Baby Boomers is expected to explode over the next decade, the demand for assisted living and long-term care facilities will naturally have a parallel effect.

Today, the senior housing industry is considered one of the fastest growing real estate investment opportunities in the national housing market.

Even self-help coach Tony Robbins is getting in on the action, by listing senior housing as the second safest place to invest in a recent blog post on his website.

In 2003, Warren Buffett proved to be way ahead of the curve, when he purchased Clayton Homes — now the largest builder of mobile homes — for an estimated $1.7 billion.

The senior housing industry has an estimated market value of more than $300 billion annually. And the PEW Research Center has shown that the average return on investment for the senior housing industry, significantly outperforms all others within the real estate sector.

In the past, senior housing has been a very resilient part of the housing demand, with occupancy rates trending around 90 percent. Even during the recent “Great Recession” occupancy rates in the senior housing industry remained consistently above 85 percent.

On average, assisted living homes costs between $3,000 to $5,000 per month, per tenant, and can accommodate from 8 to 16  residents per unit, depending on state regulations.

But even with their generally higher education and income levels, many of these future residents will be unable to afford the luxury of paying for quality assisted care.

The average Baby Boomer household, ages 56-to 61-years-old, has about $164,000 saved for retirement, according to a report by the Economic Policy Institute. That amounts to around $8,200 a year, or only $680 a month, to supplement Social Security or other retirement income.

However, the median Baby Boomer retirement savings for the same age group is only $17,000, which is far less than the average household. So in reality, the future for many Baby Boomers approaching retirement is much more grim.

In the same report, an estimated 41 percent of households (ages 55-to 64-years-old) have no retirement savings set aside, whatsoever.

Although the Boomers approaching retirement are generally too young to need assisted-living, (the average resident age being 84) they are already having an impact on that market.

“Assisted living facilities have a projected 30 percent growth rate over the next 10 years, and are selling 18 percent faster today due to a lack of inventory,” said Daniel Summers, CEO of RealtyeVest, a real estate investment company that specializes in raising capital for assisted living and affordable housing.

Invest in Mobile Homes

While the above average income Baby Boomer will continue to push the assisted living capacity demands through 2030,  the remaining will be searching for an alternative to assisted living by downsizing to affordable homes.

“Developers are recognizing the growing demand for affordable housing, and have begun aggressively acquiring and upgrading communities across the United States,” Summers said.

“And many retirees are trading in their homes for RVs and moving into 55-plus mobile home communities.”

“If you’re a Baby Boomer on a fixed or limited income you can rent or sell your larger site-built home and purchase an RV or mobile home and move to the retirement location of your choice,” Summers said.

 

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May Newsletter: RealtyeVest Heats up in Spring

IHT Realty Crowdfunding Becomes RealtyeVest!

IHT Realty Crowdfunding has rebranded itself as RealtyeVest and launched a new website, under its new domain name RealtyeVest.com, to coincide with its national expansion.


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What’s New?

User Interface

We have given our entire platform a facelift and improved our investor dashboard in order to create a more user-friendly, interactive layout. You will have easier access to investment history, preferences, accreditation status and investment reports.

Our Marketplace

Our digital marketplace will provide customized navigation tabs and a new graphical interface, specifically designed to simplify the use of our platform when it comes to documentation, financial and status report updates.

Information and News Hub

Users will be able to interact in discussions, forums, case studies and stay up-to-date on the latest market and investment trends with our dynamic information hub. Investors can search by category or keyword and seamlessly access the information they are seeking.

Security

As part of our move to bring users the best possible real estate investing experience, we are also updating our security measures and introducing an electronic transfer option to make investing safer and easier than before.

A Word From The CEO

IHT Realty Crowdfunding has repositioned itself as RealtyeVest in compliance with our company’s new business model as an online real estate investment service  something we feel will more appropriately reflect the direction of our business.


 May Updates

We have transacted more than $20 million in capital through hundreds of successful real estate investment deals. Keep your eyes open for new investment offers on our Invest Page, as we plan to triple our real estate inventory this month following the successful launch of our website.

Tip of the Month: 1 Percent Rule of Thumb

Look to purchase properties that have a rent-to-price ratio of 1%, meaning the monthly rent is at least equal to or greater than 1% of the total purchase price. Properties conforming to this rule generally have positive monthly cash flow after accounting for routine debt expenses like taxes and insurance.

 

“Ninety percent of all millionaires become so through owning real estate. More money has been made in real estate than in all industrial investments combined. The wise young man or wage earner of today invests his money in real estate.” – Andrew Carnegie

INVESTOR SPOTLIGHT: Dr. Kenyon Meadows

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Dr. Kenyon Meadows

Dr. Kenyon Meadows is a radiation oncologist from Youngstown, Ohio. He completed his residency in 2006 at the University of Florida and has been practicing medicine at the Southeast Georgia Cancer Care Center since 2008.

In addition to saving lives, Dr. Meadows is a published author and successful real estate investor, with an interest in residential properties in Jacksonville, Fla. Since 2013, he’s invested in approximately 35 deals on RealtyeVest and similar crowdfunding platforms.

Dr. Meadows prefers to invest in single-family properties in middle-class neighborhoods that have a good mix of owners and renters. “This is where the bulk of properties conforming to the 1 percent rule will be found,” Dr. Meadows said.

We recently sat down with Dr. Meadows to discuss his new book, “Alternative Financial Medicine: High Yield Investing in a Low Yield World” and his thoughts on real estate investing and the crowdfunding industry as a whole.

Read the full interview here


Events

RealtyeVest CEO Daniel Summers is scheduled to present at the upcoming 6th Annual Global Crowdfunding Convention at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Oct. 23rd – 24th.

The two-day convention, sponsored by Microsoft, is considered the flagship crowdfunding event of the year!

Get Your Tickets


Areas of Growth: Assisted Living, Affordable Housing and “Surban” Apartments

-The market for Assisted Living has become a desirable asset for investors with nearly 12,000 Baby Boomers reaching retirement every day – The Pew Research Center.

-As the wage gap in the United States widens, there has been a shift towards lower paying jobs, leading to an increase in demand for Affordable Housing. The average household income for 36 percent of U.S. workers is under $20,000 per year – Social Security Administration.

– Millennials are not buying homes like previous generations. In fact, millennials are the most important factor in demand for new “surban” (suburban/urban) apartments. Recent reports indicate continued growth in apartments as more young people are leaving the nest – The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. (Freddie Mac).

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Investor Spotlight: Doctor, Author Kenyon Meadows Reveals His Secrets for Investing in Real Estate

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Dr. Kenyon Meadows

Dr. Kenyon Meadows is a radiation oncologist from Youngstown, Ohio. He completed his residency in 2006 at the University of Florida and has been practicing medicine at the Southeast Georgia Cancer Care Center since 2008.

In addition to saving lives, Dr. Meadows is a published author and successful real estate investor, with an interest in residential properties in Jacksonville, Fla. Since 2013, he’s invested in approximately 35 deals on RealtyeVest, formally IHT Realty Crowdfunding, and similar crowdfunding platforms.

We recently sat down with Dr. Meadows to discuss his new book, “Alternative Financial Medicine: High Yield Investing in a Low Yield World” and his thoughts on real estate investing and the crowdfunding industry as a whole.

Q – How did you get started in real estate investing?

Dr. Meadows: I got “prepared” after enduring some stock market pain. Like everyone, I got hit pretty hard with the financial crash of 2008. But, after rebalancing into what I thought was a stable sector — oil and gas — I took another big decline. Soon after, I began to try to learn in earnest about alternative assets, such as real estate. Those efforts paid off after I met an investor who provided private money to a rehabber that was flipping about 15 houses per year in the Jacksonville market. After learning about the attractive yields and relatively passive nature of private mortgage lending, I took the plunge.

Q – Why do you primarily invest in the single-family market?

Dr. Meadows: While there are certainly advantages of scale when it comes to investing in commercial real estate properties, such as multifamily, there are a few factors that make single-family homes a more attractive investment. For instance, single-family homes attract small, working class families, who tend to rent for long stretches and hence minimizes what is often the largest expense associated with income property ownership: vacancy.

Also, in contrast to apartment tenants, they tend to feel more of a sense of “ownership” toward the property and therefore take better care of it on average. Both of these factors help to contribute to more stability, which translates into a more passive ownership experience for me. And should I ever chose to exit my portfolio, I like the option of having both an investor and retail buyer pool to potentially sell to.

Q – What initially peaked your interest in crowdfunding?

Dr. Meadows: Right around the time following my first few successful projects, some of the crowdfunding sites were coming online. This was really appealing to me because it allowed me to invest small amounts of money into real estate projects, which was more of what I was already doing. and I only invest in first-position debt.  Also, the opportunity to invest in properties across the country that otherwise would be out of reach was an intriguing concept. However, I probably would have been more afraid had I not had the prior experience with private lending.


Q – What are the best practices for a crowdfunding company?

Dr. Meadows: I love repeat sponsors with a track record of paying investors back. I am willing to sacrifice a little lower return for the chance to participate in their deals, but I only invest in first-position debt. I also like platforms that prefund the deals they list, which serves to align their incentives with the investors. Additionally, prompt communication in the event that there are any hiccups along the way is greatly appreciated. Out of the 35 or so crowdfunding deals I have done, only three are in some stage of the foreclosure process. Some sites have been better than others with respect to updates, but they all seem to be optimistic that there will be full principal recovery. That’s another reason why I only invest in first-position debt.

Q – What red flags about an investment offer have you encountered?

Dr. Meadows: If I see a deal with outsized returns my caution flag goes up. For instance, in the earlier stages of real estate crowdfunding, you could routinely see debt deals in the 14-15% range. As the space has matured and more investors are comfortable with the asset class, returns have compressed to the 9-11% range.

Q –  Tell me about your most successful real estate crowdfunding deal.

Dr. Meadows: It was a unique hybrid fix and flip deal in Los Angeles that had both first position debt, as well as a percentage of the profits from the sale. The loan was at 11% and the profit percentage was capped at an additional 8%. So, 19% when it was all said and done! That was back in 2015 and I haven’t come across anything that attractive since.

Q – Do you have any advice for sponsors/developers on how to stand out in the crowdfunding industry?

Dr. Meadows: Most crowdfunding sites lead with the deal terms and numbers – I would like to see more emphasis on the sponsors track record featured more prominently.

Q- Lastly, why did you choose to write this book? 

Dr. Meadows: I got tired of explaining all of the benefits of alternative assets on a one-on-one basis to people, and I figured I could reach more people with a book. In my opinion, real estate is the best, but there are certainly other investment opportunities that are appealing as well.

 

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Opportunity Knocks – RealtyeVest Is The One-Stop Platform For Real Estate Investing, Project Financing

RealtyeVest formerly IHT Realty Group Simplifies Real Estate Investing

Jacksonville, FL, May 1, 2017 — RealtyeVest, formerly IHT Realty Group, officially unveiled their new brand and optimized website. Destined to become one of the largest real estate crowdfunding platforms in the U.S., the new RealtyeVest website (realtyevest.com) provides a simple, secure and transparent platform for accredited investors, real estate developers and owner-operators.

“Our decision to rebrand from IHT Realty Group to RealtyeVest was a result of listening to feedback from our strategic partners and observing best practices in the industry,” said Daniel Summers, CEO. “We believe our new name better represents the essence of our business, and we are excited about the innovative technology that powers our new online marketplace. We spared no expense in the new build, providing a win-win to our investors and Sponsors.”

With over 40 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, Summers is a thought-leader in the real estate crowdfunding space. He frequently speaks at real estate conferences, investment conventions, and is scheduled to present at the upcoming 6th Annual Global Crowdfunding Convention in Las Vegas, Sponsored by Microsoft.

The distinguishing descriptions of the RealtyeVest brand are: Simple, Secure and Transparent.

Simple: RealtyeVest is an online marketplace that connects investors and Sponsors (real estate owner-operators) to crowdfund exclusive real estate investments. Their platform allows its members to browse, research and make informed investment decisions on these exclusive properties.

Secure: Investors can sleep soundly knowing their money is well invested. RealtyeVest uses the highest cyber-security measures to constantly monitor and maintain the safest online marketplace.

Transparent: Investors have at their fingertips an online dashboard where they can conveniently monitor the status and track the growth of their investments. The average real estate investment offering on the platform yields a 10% return and, oftentimes significantly more.

Investment opportunities with RealtyeVest are available only to accredited investors.

To learn more about RealtyeVest, visit their website (realtyevest.com). Connect with them on social media @RealtyeVest, on Facebook, or Linkedin.

 

Contacts:
David Meacham                                                                          Daniel Summers
Ignite Agency                                                                               RealtyeVest
(949) 235-8862                                                                           (904) 501-7693
dmeacham@conservaco.com                                                   dsummers@ihtrealty.com

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