Our typical hold period is 4-6 years.
We favor locations that are experiencing net migration to the area. That includes Florida and most of the South East States and Texas.
Yes, you can invest using retirement funds but you must use a self-directed retirement account through a third-party administrator. Contact us for more details.
While we cannot guarantee return of capital if you decide to exit early, we will make our best efforts to do so in the time you request. This can be either by us buying out your interest or by another investor on our roster doing so.
These are not registered securities. We operate under a SEC exemption (Reg D 506C)
We currently operate under Reg D 506C.
We have a variety of ways to keep our investors updated via mail, email and zoom meetings. We also have a newsletter that is sent out on a monthly basis.
Yes. We do Joint Ventures with our investors on a case-by-case basis.
While the S&P 500 features large corporations, we focus on much smaller corporations typically with a valuation under $10 million. These typically are valued at much lower multiples of net profit which increases cash on cash returns. We also use leverage with increases COC returns further.
No. While we typically invest in real estate service businesses, Roseaire Capital is not a real estate investment firm. We are a mergers and acquisitions firm.
Distributions typically start 60-90 days after investment and can start as early as 30 days.
Distributions are made monthly.
No. We only invest in established businesses with proven revenue streams.
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