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How does Crowd Realty Advisors work?
What kind of real estate does Crowd Realty Advisors offer?
What is the risk?
What is an Offering Memorandum?
What is a DST, or Delaware Statutory Trust?
How much, or how little, can I invest?
How will I know how my investment is performing?
Will I need to put more money in the property?
What is an Accredited Investor?
What is NNN?


What kind of real estate does Crowd Realty Advisors offer?
Crowd Realty Advisors focuses on three type of retail property that must have current cash flow and Triple Net Leases. Learn much more about the type of real estate we invest in here.


What is the risk?
Real estate investment does involve risk. Investments are typically illiquid and there is no guarantee that secures your investment. Real estate investments are tied to many factors including interest rate, market cycles, and the general economy. Always completely read the offering memorandum before investing in any offering.


What is an Offering Memorandum?
An offering memorandum is a legal document that discloses the terms, conditions, risks, and other information about a private placement offering. This must be fully read and understood by any investor before investing in securities offering.


What is a DST, or Delaware Statutory Trust?
Is a separate legal entity created as a trust under the laws of Delaware in which each owner has a beneficial interest in the DST for Federal income tax purposes and is treated as owning an undivided fractional interest in the property. Learn more why we use this structure here.


How much, or how little, can I invest?
Investment opportunities begin at $5,000 and up to the total amount of the offering.


How will I know how my investment is performing?
Crowd Realty Advisors will provide quarterly reports along with quarterly distributions. Investors are always encouraged to contact us with any questions via email or phone provided here.


Will I need to put more money in the property?
One advantage to NNN property investment is that it would be very rare to have a capital call, or need for an investor to put more investments dollars beyond the original investment.


What is an Accredited Investor?
Accredited investors are defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission as having $200,000 of annual income per individual ($300,000 per couple) with the expectation of that continuing, or a net worth of more than $1 million, excluding the value of the primary residence. Crowd Realty Advisors investment opportunities are for accredited investors only and can begin browsing opportunities here.


What is NNN?
NNN stands for Triple Net, and means the tenant pays all the expenses on the property. This is a key factor in eliminating the risk that comes from unforeseen and underestimated expenses.


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