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EquityBuild Hybrid Fund

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Fund Summary

Diversification within a single investment; our new fund contain both debt and equity membership interests earning double-digit returns. Most real estate investments require a 5-10 year hold on your investment before a return of invested capital. EquityBuild Funds return 75% of your invested capital, the debt allocation, within the first 18 months, and the balance, the equity allocation, is returned to you within 36 months. After all your capital is returned, you will enjoy a variable dividend on your equity allocation for the remaining life of the fund, while having ZERO dollars at risk. That’s 10 years of cash flow for a 3-year capital hold.

Revolutionary 506(c) debt & equity offering available here.

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Fund Description

Fund Type
Multifamily Combined Debt and Equity Investment 506(c)
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Total Raise
$10 MM
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10 years
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Return Profile
10.375% APR until return of allocated capital; 25.93% IRR on Equity Allocation
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Investment Capital Return -- Debt
18 months, earning 10.375% APR paid monthly
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Investment Capital Return -- Equity
36 months, earning 10.375% APR paid quarterly
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Fund Disposition Year
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EquityBuild Difference

EquityBuild is leader in the multi-family real estate world. Utilizing our long-term relationships, we create products that consistently deliver double-digit returns. Each investment opportunity in our funds is carefully selected based on EquityBuild’s proprietary econometric model, which identifies properties with strong upside potential and minimizes risk. To learn more about EquityBuild and how you can directly invest in this wonderful asset class with our expert guidance and no landlord hassles, please call (877) 978-1869.

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