Real Estate

Low-Income Housing

Affordable Communities



Real estate, as defined by Investopedia, is land and any permanent structures, like a home, or improvements attached to the land, whether natural or man-made. Our primary focus in the real estate sector is to provide opportunities in the low-income housing, affordable communities and infrastructure sectors. These sectors engage not only investors at the development stage but also the end users looking to enter the formal housing market through our low-income, rent-to-own opportunities for tenants as a first step on the property ladder.

Risk Profile

The risk profile helps you determine the risk/reward element of the investment. Real estate has historically been a relatively low-risk investment. There are several market factors that can affect real estate both positively and negatively, such as housing market collapses. However, real estate is fundamental to businesses and families, from supporting offices, factories, infrastructure to providing a home for people. As such, real estate isn't going anywhere, but, it is more a question of the type and the expected returns that an investor is seeking.

Note: It is recommended that investors diversify their portfolios and seek professional advice before investing in securities.

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Real Estate


  • Tangible Assets
  • Long-Term
  • Passive Income
  • Leverage


  • Location
  • Liquidity Risk
  • Unpredictable Yields
  • Force Majeure

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