Real Estate

Real estate can deliver consistent cash flow—even during economic downturns

We can offer access to institutional-level real estate solutions and other exclusive real estate investment vehicles. While some people may love the idea of investing in real estate, actually identifying the right investment for your portfolio can be intimidating.

Many people believe real estate is a significant capital commitment because it’s not as accessible nor as liquid as stock and bonds. After all, you don’t need to put up a down payment or hire an attorney to invest in most securities.

But while real estate can be a big commitment, it doesn’t have to be. In fact, real estate investing has a lower barrier of entry than ever before. Today, you can invest in real estate through:

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Why invest in real estate?

Historically, real estate investment has delivered stable, consistent returns for decades. When unexpected inflation strikes, real estate tends to preserve its value.


When unexpected inflation strikes, real estate has historically maintained value. Across multiple major real estate sectors (retail, industrial, apartment, and office), property values could rise, produce income, and potentially enable real estate investors to outpace inflation. This is often true even in severe market downturns (with some exceptions, like the 2008-2009 financial crash).


Additionally, real estate values tend to rise with time. In highly coveted markets, like New York City and San Francisco, the real estate boom of the last few decades has produced a surplus of homeowner wealth.


And for those looking to reduce exposure to volatility, real estate could be an alternative for more stable returns than the stock market. In additon, real estate could reduce the risk of cyclical ups and downs. Investing in real estate could provide much-needed diversification for anyone’s portfolio.


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*NCREIF is a member-driven, not-for-profit association that improves private real estate investment industry knowledge by providing transparent and consistent data, performance measurement, analytics, standards and education. The NCREIF Property Index is a quarterly time series composite total rate of return measure of investment performance of a very large pool of individual commercial real estate properties acquired in the private market for investment purposes only. All properties in the NPI have been acquired, at least in part, on behalf of tax-exempt institutional investors – the great majority being pension funds. As such, all properties are held in a fiduciary environment.
Many people ‘invest’ in real estate by owning a home, which has made real estate the most common and most trusted type of alternative investment. But there are other, dynamic ways to invest in real estate.


What is syndication (fractional ownership) in real estate?

Most investors may be unable to drum up the capital needed to invest in an entire office building or apartment complex.

Fortunately, you can join a group of real estate investors who enter into deals together. This is called syndication (or fractional ownership), where each investor owns a “fraction” of the building. Syndications are often crowd-sourced ventures, wherein projects are proposed and investors pool together capital.

By divvying up the equity, there is potential for less risk compared to investing in a singular property. This allows investors to diversify their holdings by taking part in multiple syndicated real estate opportunities, thereby reducing risk.


Our exclusive real estate investment opportunities

At HUDSONPOINT Capital, we provide our investors with access to private real estate deals and exclusive developer opportunities.

For most investors, we offer two types of real estate investments:

  1. Stabilized, mature assets: Through syndication, you can purchase a fractionalized share in a real estate asset with high occupancy (i.e., rental income). Whether commercial or residential, these types of opportunities give risk-averse investors a foot in the door of a project that is already generating consistent, predictable income from tenants.
  2. Value-added, opportunistic assets: Also, through syndication, we offer investment opportunities in properties that are either highly undervalued or have low-cost, high value-add possibilities. These properties are for investors seeking an objective of growth. Because these properties may not have pre-existing occupancy rates of more stabilized, mature assets, the higher potential reward comes with higher risk.
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