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Understanding Capital Stack in Real Estate Investments

The capital stack describes the structure of investment capital in a real estate project and the level of risk investors take on with each tier in the stack. There are four levels of capital investment. Each has its own risk and reward profile for the investor. Read More

Jan 2023


How to raise funds for your first CRE project

Real estate is a fantastic investment option since it is dependable, lucrative, and generally accessible. Real estate investments have several advantages,including tax breaks and steady income via rent money. Read More

December 2022

Just Got My First Professional Job,
                    Should I Consider Investing In Real Estate?

Common Metrics Used To Evaluate Real Estate Investments

Popular metrics used to evaluate Real Estate investments are Cap Rate (CR), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Cash on Cash (CoC), Holding Period(HP) and Equity Multiple(EM). Other metrics that become relevant depending on the property. Read More

January 2023


Raising funds for development projects can be a challenge for many real estate developers. Most fund raising platforms reject promising deals because they can only accept sponsors with 10+ years of experience and deal sizes should be as large as $10M.

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How is Real Estate different than other asset classes?

Real estate has a different risk-return structure and different volatility structure during economic up-swings and down-swings compared to other investments, which can make it a suitable candidate for diversifying an investment portfolio and increasing the overall risk-adjusted-IRR for the overall portfolio. For example, while both stocks and real estate can provide a mix of income and capital appreciation, the amount of investment needed is less for stocks, REITs and fractional real estate investing (aka crowdfunded real estate investing through sites like RealtySlices), compared to direct real estate investing; they also differ in the hold period, expected IRR and equity multiple, liquidity, tax treatment, etc., Look in the Resources section for more info.

How can I diversify my Real Estate investments?

There are multiple ways to diversify real estate investments in a portfolio. One can choose a combination of property types, property classes, investment strategies, investment hold periods, percentages of leverage, themes of Real Estate Investment Trusts, Fractional Real Estate Investment Opportunities through portals like RealtySlices, Special Purpose Vehicles, etc., to arrive at a well-diversified real estate investment portfolio. One can also diversify by combining active real estate investing with passive real estate investing. Look in the Resources section for more info.

What metrics should I use to evaluate a Real Estate investment?

Common metrics used to evaluate real estate investments are Cap Rate (CR), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Cash on Cash (CoC), Stabilized Rent on Cost, and Equity Multiple. Other metrics that become relevant depending on the property and its financing are Cash Flow, Net Operating Income (NOI), Operating Expense Ratio (OER), Loan To Value ratio (LTV), Gross Rent Multiplier ratio (GRM), Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR), and Occupancy Rate (as percentage). Check out listings in RealtySlices marketplace to see these ratios listed for various properties. Look in the Resources section for more info.


Bringing you the best of what is happening in Commercial Real Estate (CRE) investing

Multifamily, industrial and neighborhood retail are still going strong, but lingering market uncertainty could impact the Fed’s plan to curb inflation.


Leasing velocity slowed down in commercial real estate during the year's second quarter. While there is still much uncertainty about the total impact of the bank failures earlier in the year, there are rising concerns and speculation about where commercial real estate is headed.


Commercial real estate experienced another year of impressive growth in 2022, and despite cyclical headwinds, including increased interest rates, inflationary pressures, and a recession, the outlook for 2023 is cautiously optimistic. Although it is likely that the US economy will experience a recession in 2023, forecasts suggest that any recession will not be deep.



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