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How it works

Build, manage and grow your institutional-grade real estate portfolio

USREM gives you ultimate control, allowing you to: decide exactly what you want to invest in, benefit from flexible and cost-efficient opportunities, and have the freedom to exit or rebalance should you need to.

Investment cycle

How does a typical investment work?

 
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Choose your asset

USREM allows you to select the individual, institutional-quality assets that best fit your objectives.

  • Invest in assets, not in managers.

  • Buy only what you want, none of what you don’t.

  • Enjoy flexible, cost-efficient and profitable real estate opportunities.

Investors

Buy a share

When you invest in real estate on the USREM platform, you’re getting direct access to properties with the convenience of a security.

  • Our tradable, private securities make buying and selling direct real estate more efficient for institutional investors.

  • USREM’s enhanced syndication model eases the formation of investor groups, facilitating the acquisition of capital intensive properties usually available only to the largest institutions or via expensive, commingled funds.

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Enjoy the benefits of owning real estate

Investors in our Real Asset Securities will receive regular dividends from income-producing properties, while also benefiting from the potential for price appreciation.

  • Income-focused investors can use USREM securities to diversify away from crowded fixed-income trades, potentially increasing returns while reducing concentration risk.

  • Take focused positions on real estate sectors, geographies and strategies.

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Exit or rebalance on your schedule

Say goodbye to long lockups. USREM’s Real Asset Securities are generally available for resale after 90 days.

  • Unlike typical private deals, with USREM you can exit on your timetable, not the sponsor’s.

  • With USREM, you can sell all or part of a position, rebalance, and seize market opportunities.

FAQs

We’re always happy to answer your questions, but you might find the answer here.

 

Why focus on core-stabilized properties instead of value-add or development opportunities?

Can I resell my shares?

Can USREM transactions be viewed as 1031 “like-kind” exchanges?

What about listed REITs?