Assess their risks, liquidity, returns, and timeframes
DiversyFund's minimum investment amounts differ by investment type. It's $500 for Growth REITs targeting multifamily properties. For accredited investors, Premier Direct SPVs require a $50,000 minimum, while the Premier Opportunity Fund has a $25,000 minimum.
Investing in DiversyFund carries risks such as market changes, economic factors, and specific property risks, and there's always the potential for loss, including the initial investment.
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.
DiversyFund investments are illiquid, with capital committed for approximately 5 to 7 years. There is no secondary market or immediate option for investors to sell their shares prior to the end of the investment term.
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.
DiversyFund has historically reported annual returns between 11% and 18%, but future returns can vary and are not guaranteed.
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.
DiversyFund's REIT I has an investment term of 5-7 years, and the company is using the full term to maximize property values before sale and subsequent investor disbursements.
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.
DiversyFund's Growth Offerings are accessible to all investors, while its Premier Offerings are restricted to accredited investors only.
U.S. citizens or residents who are at least 18 years old can invest with Arrived, and accreditation as an investor is not necessary.
Real estate assets on DiversyFund can experience volatility due to market conditions, interest rates, and local economic trends, potentially impacting property values and investment performance.
Real estate assets on Arrived can be subject to market volatility influenced by economic shifts, interest rates, and local market conditions.
DiversyFund is subject to SEC regulations and conducts regular audits to ensure financial transparency. These audits and disclosures are available for investor review as part of the company's compliance with regulatory standards.
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.
DiversyFund's properties are generally insured against physical damage, but this insurance does not cover market-related losses or economic downturns, and it may not fully cover the properties' market value.
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.
DiversyFund generally reinvests dividends into property renovations rather than distributing them, supporting a strategy aimed at long-term asset appreciation.
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.
DiversyFund collects asset management fees and transaction fees, and may also earn a promote interest from net profits after investors receive their returns.
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.
DiversyFund provides Form 1099-DIV and/or Form K-1 for tax reporting, accessible online, with dividends taxed as ordinary income and end-of-term distributions potentially as capital gains.
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.