Quattro Capital Investment Structures
We are strictly Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) compliant and our investment vehicles are established by our real estate attorney. We take our fiduciary responsibility very seriously.
Our partners can trust that when they invest with us in real estate everything is handled on the up and up.
We primarily invest through two structures:
Syndication through SEC Rules 506(b) and 506(c)
Joint venture (JV)
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A syndication is made up of both general partners and limited partners. The general partners have unlimited liability and actively assume full management responsibility. The limited partner's risk is reduced since it is limited to their actual investment amount. This is a classic passive investment.
In addition, limited partners are classified as either accredited or sophisticated investors. The SEC defines an accredited investor as a person with an annual income exceeding $200,000 or $300,000 jointly with the expectation of earning the same or a higher income in the current year. A sophisticated investor is a classification indicating someone has sufficient capital, experience and net worth that makes them eligible for certain benefits and opportunities.
II. Joint Venture (JV)
A joint venture partnership is made up of both managing members and members. The roles and responsibilities are defined in the operating agreement. In all cases, members of the joint venture must actively participate in the operations and are voting members. There is nothing passive about being part of a joint venture and all members share the full risk and reward.
It's been said and it's true. JVs are like a marriage, but it's easier to get a divorce in a marriage. That's why we spend a lot of time and energy meeting with people who are interested in a JV partnership. It is essential that we understand each other's skills, aptitudes, strengths and weaknesses to whether or not we're a good fit together. If not, there's nor harm or foul and we all part as friends. If we are a good fit, we can invest together on a future project.
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