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Regular Individuals Are Investing In Real Estate With $10! Here's how it works.

Posted on January 2, 2022 at 8:30 AM



Who can invest with Fundrise?


Any U.S. citizen (or permanent resident) currently residing in the U.S. who is over the age of 18. No accreditation required.



How does pricing work?


Investors pay a 0.15% annual investment advisory fee, which may be waived under certain circumstances. This means that over a 12-month period, you will pay a $1.50 advisory fee for every $1,000 you've invested with us. Separately, the funds in our standard portfolios pay a 0.85% annual asset management fee. That's $8.50/year for every $1,000 invested. You can find a full description of all fees in our offering circulars.



Is Fundrise a long-term investment?


Absolutely. Like all private real estate investments, investments in Fundrise should be viewed as long-term (5+ years). This is because nearly all of the most effective real estate investing strategies require a combination of both expertise and time to pay off. We select strategies based on their long-term return potential for our investors, not short-term optics. If you anticipate needing your investment back in the near-term, we don't recommend investing with us.



How does liquidity work at Fundrise?


While Fundrise should be viewed as a long-term investment, we understand that investors may want or need to prematurely liquidate (or "redeem") their shares. Accordingly, our investors may request to redeem shares at any time, although such redemption cannot be guaranteed — especially in times of economic uncertainty — and there may be costs associated with premature redemption.



How do returns work at Fundrise?


Real estate famously offers investors a unique mix of long-term appreciation and cash flow potential. Investing with Fundrise is no different. Fundrise investor portfolios have the potential to generate dividends on a quarterly basis while their shares also grow in value over time. These returns ultimately come from the individual real estate assets in your portfolio – interest or rental income collected, as well as potential appreciation in the property's value.


Learn more at https://www.fundrise.com/r/3pr3l7

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