We are buying out an existing fund, I need a full prospective written to help breakdown what we are purchasing. the fund has 75 properties with rental income. There are 5 of us purchasing the fund for $16 million, and we are going to keep all the properties together and distribute the profit by percentage of investment. I do have some information and summery that can be incorporated into. I need the Private Placement Memorandum, the operating agreement & financial projections. I can provide the information if you can break it all down into the templates. Example of what I have. I was going to set it up with a REIT philosophy in mind. Meaning you can buy into a percentage of ownership of the entire transaction. The buy itself is $16 million, the fund is retaining 20%, and the vision strategy needs to stay the same for three years, which is the distribution of profits with all principle being reinvested. The breakdown is below. I have 8 million of my funds available. The gross monthly rental income comes to 205,393. The ROI over the last five years has been higher than 17% each year. The rental income nets 14% with the flips adding additional percentages.
Rental Tenant Breakdown
# Homes Monthly Gross Rent Notes
A 55 $ 171,441 "A" tenant pays w/in 10 days
B 5 $ 23,652 "B" tenant pays w/in 30-45 days
Total 63 $ 205,393
1. Discounted purchase price of $16MM for 75 homes that have an approximate liquidation value of $24MM (fund’s portion). The purchase is for a share of the portfolio.
2. The rental properties (approx. 80% of the portfolio) currently generate a 14% return on the entire investment amount. As such, any properties sold (typically result in a 20-25% return) during the year should increase the annual performance.
Investment Structure: The overall structure of the investment will be the same as current:
1. Collateral- Each property or mortgage is owned by a single purpose LLC. The pro-rata ownership of the home will be assigned to each investment group. Thereby, the fund owns the homes.
2. Strategy- We tend to keep approximately 75% rental portfolio as it provides a steady stream of cash flow. However, if a property were to generate a less than 12% return, we would likely put the home for sale.
3. Profit distribution would be on a quarterly basis, with rental income distributed monthly.
Overall Market: The Long Island housing market has stayed strong even during COVID. There has been an uptick in interest in the area (both sales and rentals) from people that are moving out of New York City. IPA has also created virtual showings for its properties, so a prospective tenant or buyer can ‘walk” through a home. I’ve included a sample here: [login to view URL]
I have attached a property breakdown but have only shown the address on 20 properties. The numbers in the attached need to be updated as we have added some additional properties to the portfolio. There are some adjustments that still need to be made.