Do I have to be an accredited investor to invest?
No, our offerings are open to non-accredited investors. Anyone with a minimum of $250,000 can invest with us and have an average of 75% return on their initial investment in 2-5 years; it’s that simple.
What is the minimum investment?
The minimum investment is $250,000, and the size of the real estate purchase is substantially larger, bringing in a higher return on your investment which is an average of 75% of the initial investment.
Why is Vrzić drastically different from other Multi-Family investors?
Unlike other multi-family investors, we do not put you on the LLC (you are not listed as a member or part of a syndication). Therefore you are not liable for any loans or debts, adding an additional layer of privacy. We also create a Joint Venture (JV) agreement that will give you another layer of security and protection by stating that we have to return your initial investment regardless of any outcome.
Why do family offices prefer partnering with Vrzić?
Many experienced family offices prefer to be part of the LLC and debt based on their investment size. Vrzić customizes the Joint Venture (JV) agreement according to the specific needs and requirements of the family.
Why is Vrzić not a Syndication?
The simple answer is that most syndications associate you with the LLC and require you to be an accredited investor. Some go even further by associating you with debt, but almost all of them state that you can lose your entire investment if something goes wrong. Take a moment to understand that Vrzić does the exact opposite and welcomes non-accredited investors and Joint Venture (JV) partnerships in a real effort to protect your investment regardless of any obstacles while making a profit and making a difference in the community. Would you put your mother on a $20 million loan, associating her with the debt, while saying she can lose everything? We didn’t think so, and neither do we.
What is the difference between Vrzić and a fund?
Vrzić does not raise money to fund all of its commercial properties in one pot; instead, investors invest in individual multi-family properties. Each investor is investing in a particular tangible asset.
What’s the difference between Vrzić and a REIT?
Everything. We never invest in REITs or Stocks as there is no control, and the markets govern both. The benefit of owning Multi-Family properties is that it is a tangible asset that we can “force appreciate.” REIT is just a piece of paper and not backed by anything but promises.
What is the size of a typical investment property?
A typical investment property is $5 million – $95 million.
What is the investment process?
A Joint Venture Agreement between Vrzic and the investor is formed; once the contracts and transactions are received, the due diligence period and the closing of the identified property will occur.
Can I add funds after my initial investment?
Yes, you can – depending on where we are with each investment phase, additional funds may be added.
What types of reporting will I see?
Depending on the investors, some require quarterly or biannual reporting.
Will I receive a K-1?
Most of our investors are in Joint Venture (JV) Partnerships and file 1099s for any earnings or incomes made as they are not part of the Limited Liability Corporation. Example 1: If we utilize the cash flow towards our renovations for Capital Expenditures for the first two years, nothing will be taxed. Example 2: If you invested $500,000 and we give you back $875,000, the $500,000, your initial investment, is not taxed; only the $375,000 of profit will be taxed.
In some instances, investors (experienced family office partnerships) requesting to be a Limited Partner and liable for the debt will be issued a Schedule K-1.
Do you work with 1031 Exchanges?
No, because 1031 requires you to purchase or become further in debt yourself with a “like-kind property” allowing the capital gains taxes to be deferred. We are unique because we do NOT require our investors to be a partner, nor are they fully responsible for the debt. We are obligated to produce a return regardless of any outcome and keep our investors safe from liabilities or debt.
Can I invest through my IRA?
No, unless you decide to withdraw and cash out your funds from your IRA account.
Can I invest if I live in another country outside of the United States?
Yes, you can invest if you live in another country as long as you have a bank account. We will be issuing you form W-8BEN.
What type of accounts can I invest through?
We currently support personal accounts, joint accounts, and certain entity accounts (Trusts, Limited Liability Companies, Limited Partnerships, C Corporations, and S Corporations).