I recently read Who Not How by Dan Sullivan, and the lessons learned had an immediate impact on my business and my personal well-being. As
Multifamily rents rose by 2.5% year over year as of May 2021, according to the latest Yardi Matrix Multifamily National Report. Overall rents rose
To become an EM Capital investor you must complete the following process:
Investments range between $25,000 and $10M.
Once you complete the qualification form and upon review, you will begin receiving notification of investment opportunities via email. You will also be able to access our new opportunities page.
You can email us your level of interest and dollar amount. All investments are prioritized on a first come first serve basis.
EM Capital has a dedicated investor platform. This platform enables you to log in and review all of your investments and distributions in one convenient location 24/7. We email detailed quarterly updates outlining the progress of your investment. If you are an existing client you can log in here.
Distributions are sent quarterly upon the first full quarter of ownership.
We will forward this information upon completion of the qualification form.
If you are not a U.S. citizen, but live and work in the U.S., you may be eligible to invest. Our investments are available to investors with a valid EIN#, TIN#, or SSN#. You’ll also need a U.S. bank account as well as a U.S. mailing address. We hope to be accessible to international investors in the future.
You are investing in a Massachusetts LLC that controls the property. All investors are members of the LLC which is controlled by an OA approved by all investors. All investors receive their pro rata share of the depreciation and tax advantages.
The unique use of depreciation and cost segregation to accelerate depreciation capture produces the most favorable income tax treatments of any asset class. Provisions in the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 effectively shelters all property income (and more) through the life of an investment.*
$5 – $75 Million
Minimum 100 Unit Asset
Class C+ to A- multifamily properties
Prefer class B assets in A locations
Minimum 85% occupancy
Preference is 1978 and newer but will consider all properties.
U.S. employment and population growth markets.
A+ and B+ trade areas with strong demographics and economic diversity.
Varies based on value add potential.
13%-16% investor Internal Rate of Return (IRR). 16%-20% investor Return on Investment (ROI).
8%-10% average Cash on Cash returns over the hold period.
3 to 10 year hold periods.
Value add opportunities (physical and operational).
High yield income streams.
Below replacement cost assets.
Cash equity ––“All cash” or “Cash to existing debt”.
Utilities – Prefer individual metered units – but not required.
Roofs – Prefer pitched roof construction – but not required.
Premier Properties – Prefer properties with minimal deferred maintenance – but will consider others if well located and possessing a strong value add upside opportunity.