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Think of KC-Investments as a Teacher in the classroom. They are directing, guiding and teaching the students day-to-day operations of the property. KC-Investments is the fire fighter called to save the home from destruction during a fire. As a passive investor, you invest your money, then sit back and start receiving returns. No need to worry about tenants, leaky sinks or leaky toilets. We take care of all the everyday tasks and provide you regular updates.

An accredited investor is someone who meets certain requirements regarding income and net worth, based on the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations. This is so that the SEC can ensure proper protection for all investors.

To be an accredited investor, you must satisfy at least one of the following:

  • Have an annual income of $200,000, or $300,000 for join income, for each of the last two years, with expectations of earning the same or higher income this year.
  • Have a net worth exceeding $1 million, not counting your primary income.
    We offer to both accredited and non-accredited investors.
While the minimum investment can very, the typical minimum is $20,000.

Most projects plan for a 5-year hold, so you should plan to have your money in the investment for at least 5 years. During this time, you will receive regular cash flow returns, but your initial investment cannot be withdrawn.

That being said, we know that 5 years can be a long time and life happens. If a major life event happens and you need out, we will do everything in our power to help you get out of the investment, including buying your shares or offering them to other investors.

While exact percentages will vary from one investment to the next, you will receive the same TYPES of returns across the board. Cash on cash returns are paid out throughout the life cycle of each investment. You will also receive a portion of the profits from the sale of the asset at the end of the project.
Commercial real estate assets like apartment buildings operate independently of the stock market. In fact, they tend to fare better in recessions, because more people tend to downsize.
They also tend to be safer investments than single family homes because if one tenant moves out, you still have other’s to pay down the mortgage.