Investing with Plus One Properties
At Plus One Properties we have extensive knowledge and expertise in creating profitable, value-added real estate partnerships. Over the past several years we have developed a solid, tried and true strategy for identifying multi-family investment opportunities that meet our very specific acquisition criteria. Staying focused on our proven successful strategy has allowed our investors and partners to continue to profit with us, despite the ups and downs of the real estate market.
Our real estate partnership opportunities allow investors to own a percentage of equity in a given property without requiring the otherwise necessary time and energy associated with identifying, analyzing, financing, purchasing, renovating, and operating a similar apartment building investment on their own. Our investors get all the benefits of owning income producing real estate, without the associated headaches or barriers to entry.
Regarless of whether you are seeking to invest $10,000- $100,000 or are looking to place a larger investment sum of $100,000-$5,000,000 into a sound investment property, we will develop a winning strategy with your goals as our highest priority. As an alternative to a personal investment, Investments can be made via 1031 tax-deferred exchange into a tenancy in common, through investment trusts, and most I.R.A.’s. Contact us, and of course your CPA or financial advisor for more details.
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Prospective investors should note that nothing constituted on this web site should be construed as an offer to sell securities. Offers to sell securities will be made by Plus One Properties, LLC only to persons and entities having a preexisting relationship with Plus One Properties, LLC or its advisors and can be made only through a private placement delivered to the prospective offeree in question. Prospective investors also must meet the SEC definition of an Accredited Investor to be considered.