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What is Avestor?
What is the benefit of investing in real estate?
The real estate market has historically performed independent of the stock market. Investing in real estate helps diversify your overall portfolio, provide passive income and opportunities for long-term appreciation.
How does Avestor work?
1) Accredited investors join a private fund offered by Avestor or through one of our partners.
How are the funds on Avestor different than a REIT?
Our platform allocates your capital into investments based on the direction you give the fund manager. This results in every investor having a customized portfolio. REITs cannot be customized by an investor to meet their personal investment goals.
How is Avestor different than other real estate platforms?
Avestor is unique in numerous ways from other real estate platforms.
Are funds on Avestor registered?
The funds on Avestor follow SEC Regulation D exempt offerings. Fund sponsors are required to file a disclosure with the SEC and necessary states but these offerings are not registered or approved by the SEC.
How does Avestor make money?
Avestor charges fund managers a fee to be on our platform and use our tools & services.
Avestor does not charge investors directly for sponsor funds.
For Avestor's own fund, we charge an asset management fee. More information on Avestor's fund can be found in the Avestor Ariel FAQs.
Can anyone invest in the funds on Avestor?
Funds on Avestor are currently limited to accreditted investors.
How much transparency does Avestor provide on investments?
Avestor's platform provides a new level of transparency for investors. Unlike a REIT, investors are able to view the performance of every individual investment in their portfolio. For equity/syndication deals, we request sponsors include all due dilgence documents (PPMs, Operating Agreements, financial spreadsheets). For debt deals, we ask sponsors to provide as much information as available.