Arrived vs Republic Comparison

Assess their risks, liquidity, investments, returns, timeframes and other terms

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Investments
$100

Arrived allows for a minimum investment of $100 USD per property.

Investments
$50

The minimum investment on Republic starts at $50, varying by deal.


Moderate Risk
3/5

Investing in Arrived carries risks including market fluctuations, economic factors, and property-specific issues. There's also the potential for loss, and investments are generally illiquid, meaning they can't be easily sold or exchanged for cash quickly.

High Risk
4/5

Investing on Republic involves significant risks such as the potential total loss of investment, illiquidity, long-term commitment without guaranteed returns, risk of dilution, limited information on investments, and possible impacts from regulatory changes.


Minimum Liquidity
1/5

Arrived is designed for long-term investments with limited liquidity options. The Single Family Residential Fund offers share redemption after six months with restrictions. For individual properties, shares are held until the property is sold, typically after 5-7 or 5-15 years. A secondary market for shares is being considered but is not currently available.

Minimum Liquidity
1/5

Investments on Republic are generally illiquid, meaning it may be difficult to sell or convert them into cash quickly.

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Low Return
5.5-15 %

Arrived investors may earn returns through monthly rental income dividends and property value appreciation upon sale, with historical annual return estimates ranging from 5.5% to 15%, depending on the property type and use of leverage.

Not Predictable Return
N/P

Returns on Republic depend on the success of invested projects, companies, or funds, with potential payouts varying by investment terms.


Long-term Investment
5-15 years

Arrived targets a 5-7 year hold period for Single-Family Residentials and a 5-15 year hold period for Vacation Rentals, emphasizing a long-term investment horizon.

Long-term Investment
3-10 years

Investments on Republic typically have a long-term horizon, often requiring several years to over a decade before potential returns are realized.


Who can invest
United States

U.S. citizens or residents who are at least 18 years old can invest with Arrived, and accreditation as an investor is not necessary.

Who can invest
International

Anyone 18 or older can invest on Republic, with specific eligibility and investment limits varying by campaign. International investors can participate in many offerings, subject to local laws and specific campaign terms.


Moderate Volatility
3/5

Real estate assets on Arrived can be subject to market volatility influenced by economic shifts, interest rates, and local market conditions.

Moderate Volatility
3/5

Assets on Republic, like startups and private ventures, exhibit high volatility due to factors like market sentiment, regulatory changes, and business uncertainties. Valuation changes can be sudden and significant, reflecting the inherent risks and potential rewards of these types of investments.


Regulation and audits
SEC Regulated

Arrived's offerings are regulated by the SEC, requiring compliance with securities laws and provision of detailed offering circulars to investors. Audits and financial reviews are conducted for transparency.

Regulation and audits
SEC Regulated

Republic operates under SEC regulations like Reg CF, Reg A+, and Reg D, ensuring transparency and investor protection. Companies on Republic must adhere to disclosure and, in some cases, undergo financial audits or reviews.


Insurance
Yes

Arrived properties are insured against physical damage or loss, but insurance may not cover all risks and does not protect against market volatility, economic downturns, or other investment-related losses.

Insurance
No

Investments on Republic are not covered by traditional insurances or state guarantees like FDIC protection.


Payouts
Dividends

Arrived pays out dividends monthly, with single-family residential properties historically averaging 45 days to lease and vacation rentals taking 3-6 months to start generating income. The first dividend payment for the Single Family Residential Fund is scheduled for February 25th for investments made by December 31st, and it may take up to 60 days to receive the first dividend after investing. Subsequent dividends are paid monthly, near the end of the month.

Payouts
No Recurring Payouts

Dividends on Republic are not standard across all investments and depend on the specific agreement with each company. Some investments may offer dividends through revenue-sharing arrangements, but many startups prioritize reinvestment over distributing earnings.


Withdrawals

Investors can get their money back from Arrived after the property is sold or through share redemption options, subject to specific terms and conditions. Proceeds are distributed to the investor's Arrived wallet and can be withdrawn from there.

Withdrawals

On Republic, returns mainly come from liquidity events like acquisitions or IPOs, but these are uncertain and can take years. Selling shares directly is typically not possible within the first year due to federal restrictions, with few exceptions. Even after this period, the resale market is limited and subject to legal considerations.


Extra Fees
Yes

For long-term rentals, Arrived charges an 8% management fee on gross rental income. Vacation rentals incur a 15-25% management fee. Additional fees include a one-time sourcing fee (3.5% for long-term, 5% for vacation rentals), and a quarterly Asset Management Fee (0.25% for the fund, 0.15% for long-term rentals). Other costs may apply for closing, renovation, and operating expenses.

Extra Fees
Yes

Republic charges an administrative fee for investment commitments, typically 2%, with a minimum of $5 and a maximum of $300, varying by offering. This fee is refunded if an offering is canceled or withdrawn but not if the investor cancels their commitment.


Taxes
Tax Form

Arrived sends investors a 1099-DIV form by the end of January for tax reporting, and state taxes are based on the investor's state of residence, not the property's location. Vacation rentals are taxed similarly but do not qualify as a REIT.

Taxes
Annual Statement

Republic does not provide tax documents or specific tax guidance for investments. Tax implications, such as for Crowd SAFE and Token DPA investments, depend on the investment's nature and liquidity events.

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