As an investor, you will receive a return on your investment when the company distributes money. This will depend on whether you choose an equity, debt or hybrid investment. Typically distributions are made to investors: as a share of profits for equity investors; at an agreed upon interest for debt investors; and/or when the investment property is sold.
Articles in this section
- What is a Real Estate Sponsor Promote?
- What are the Differences Between Direct and Indirect (REIT) Real Estate Investments?
- What is a Cap Rate?
- What is a Cash-on-Cash Return?
- How do I become a Sponsor on the CrowdStreet platform
- What is CrowdStreet's vetting / screening process for sponsors
- Where can I find sponsor track record & past performance information
- Who is allowed to invest through CrowdStreet?
- When and how are distributions dispersed?
- What is a Preferred Return?