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Private equity real estate investing is complex. But that’s why we’re here. With the knowledge, tools, and investment firms to help you choose better and put your money to work, today.

We’ve assumed the average private equity real estate deal will go up by an average of 8.0-12.5% per year.
We’ve assumed the market will go up by an average of 5.5% per year with the same asset allocation.
We’ve assumed a typical savings account will go up by an average of 1.0% per year.

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Frequently asked questions

Am I investing through Homebound or another private investment firm?

Investors cannot access individual investment offerings through our platform. Each private investment firm will do their own Know Your Client (KYC) and suitability tests before distributing their investment offerings.

Our mission at Homebound is to help educate and inspire Canadians to make private equity real estate investing better for everyone.

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What exactly would I be investing in?

The simplest way to describe private equity real estate investments is to first explain an example between traditional public equities vs. private equity. In traditional public equities, a person lends their money to purchase shares and own an interest in a public company like Apple (AAPL). In private equity, an individual or institutional firm lends their money to purchase shares of private companies that are not accessible to the public.

So when we think of private equity real estate, this involves individuals lending their money to own shares of a real estate fund managed by private investment corporations. Each fund has a different strategy based on the investment firms’ specialty, such as:

  • Core (Income Producing Real Estate)
  • Value-Add (Development To Existing Real Estate)
  • Opportunistic (New Development / Construction Projects)
  • Mortgage Investment Corporations (Investing In Mortgages)

How do I know if I can invest in private real estate?

Generally, if you’re an accredited investor in Canada you can invest in all private real estate deals. You can also invest in private real estate deals if you are listed as an eligible investor. However, there are several limitations in what and how much you can invest per year and project. You can find out more info by looking at OSC regulations of what classifies you as an accredited vs. eligible investor here.

What is the minimum investment for most private real estate dealers?

The minimum investments for most private real estate dealers depend on a project-basis, but typically range between $10,000 and $50,000 per project.

How long are the hold periods for most private real estate dealers?

The hold periods for private real estate dealers investments vary based on the type of investment and asset class.

Generally, most investment dealers try to seek deals that can exit anywhere from 6 months to 10 years. Exit strategies are typically defined before any private dealer raises capital for an issuer and can occur by way of project completion, refinance, share buyback or sale.

What happens to my investment if the private real estate fund defaults?

Every private real estate dealers that we partner with have their own strict corporate governance policies, which dictate what happens during good times and bad times.

There are many levels of underwriting and due diligence that go into each project which aim to protect investor capital by way of security in the deals and resolutions in the event of a default.

Traditionally, if a default ever occurs, most private real estate dealers are obligated to hold general meetings for all their investors to clearly communicate the plan of action and strategy moving forward.