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When will the first property be ready?

Our first property - The Styles - will go live on 1st March 2022.

How do I get my money out?

We assess the right time to sell on a case-by-case basis but aim to hold the property for around 5-10 years. If we make a capital gain on the sale of the property, we will then give back your original investment plus any capital gains made over that time net of any fees, tax and expenses . Each investor will be responsible for your taxes in your respective jurisdictions.

How do I know I can trust you?

Our CEO, Patrick Grove, is a serial investor and entrepreneur with 6 IPOs under his belt to date. He owns multiple multi million-dollar homes in some of the most exclusive corners of the world and has been investing in luxury real estate for 15+ years. Patrick will not only be actively involved in finding and negotiating on every investment, but he’ll be investing his own wealth into every Estate drop too.

Why is luxury real estate better than other forms of real estate?

When you assess the performance of high-end areas compared to middle and low-class areas, the high-end areas regularly outperform lower-end areas. The number of high net worth individuals is growing year after year, yet the number of luxury houses in exclusive areas (like Beverly Hills, for example) remains pretty much the same. Demand goes up, but supply doesn’t - making the value of these properties appreciate.

What do I get when I invest?

When you invest in a property with Estate, you receive an interest in the Series LLC which owns the property.

Who is responsible for renting, maintaining and selling the property?

Our team of property experts will take care of finding a tenant, maintaining the property and eventually, selling it at the right price. With over two decades of experience in this space, you can trust we’ve got everything covered.

How much can I invest?

The idea behind Estate is to make luxury real estate investing accessible to everyone, which is why we’ve made the minimum investment in any of our properties just $1000. If you want to invest more capital, you can invest up to $100,000 into a single property.

What is your Investment Strategy?

Using our proprietary deal network, we identify homes with significant capital appreciation potential with strong fundemantals and ability to create value through upgrades and renovation. We look to hold these investments for 5-7 years, using the rental income generated by the property to manage its expenses such as taxes, maintenance and mortgage interest servicing.

What is Estate's Roadmap?

We strive to be the leading player in offering Fractional Ownership in Luxury Real Estate. We have a strong pipeline of properties that we hope to open up for investment in the near future. We are hoping to provide 5-7 drops every month as we scale our business. We recommend that investors to participate in a variety of drops in order to diversify their portfolio.

How does Estate charge management fees?

1% of the funds you invest will be paid to Estate annually as part of our management fees. This will typically be paid out by the rental income generated by the property and will be deducted automatically.

How does Estate charge Future Profits to Manager

On the sale of the property, 10% of the profits generated from the sale will be compensated to Estate. This is to make sure that incentives are aligned between the investor and Estate.

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