What type of fund is a real estate fund?
A real estate fund is a type of mutual fund that invests in securities offered by public real estate companies, including REITs. REITs pay out regular dividends, while real estate funds provide value through appreciation.
What is the difference between a REIT and a eREIT?
One of the main differences between Fundrise’s eREIT and a traditional REIT is the level of liquidity. Traditional REITs are traded on a stock exchange and are given a mark-to-market valuation every minute of a trading day.
What is a value-add real estate fund?
In short, a value add property is an investment property that offers investors the opportunity to increase an assets cash flow through renovations, rebranding, or operational efficiencies, i.e., a capable team managing the property.