Raise the Roof(stock)
Roofstock One is an all-new way to invest in single-family rental real estate.
This demo is a simplified version of the mobile web product experience. It is for illustration only and may not represent the specific investment opportunities currently being offered.
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Rare opportunity to invest in a tight market with 8 homes in the Birmingham and Tuscaloosa metro areas. All homes are new builds which tend to hold their value and require fewer maintenance expenses.
Why should I invest in single family rentals?
Single family rentals represent a $4 trillion asset class. Due to comparatively high stock prices and low bond yields, the SFR space has been experiencing strong demand in recent years amongst both retail and institutional investors looking for asset diversification and non-correlated returns. Rental income from SFR provide current income, with rent increases acting as inflation hedge. They also provide the potential growth from long-term appreciation in home prices.
How does a Roofstock One investment work?
Investors purchase shares of Tracking and Common Stock in Roofstock One to construct a customized portfolio that best suits their needs and/or investment goals. Once the purchase is completed, an investor would be eligible to receive pro-rata quarterly distribution, subject to board approval, net of all the expenses based on economics of the underlying properties, a portion of which may be tied to available depreciation.
The Asset Manager, through one or more property managers, takes care of all the day-to-day management of the properties, providing a completely passive experience to investors.
How does a Roofstock One investment compare with buying a rental property on my own?
Direct ownership is appropriate for those who prefer direct control and active management of the property as a landlord, whereas Roofstock One is intended to be a passive investment. Roofstock One provides an efficient alternative to direct investing (avoiding the need to be on title, obtain mortgages, supervise rehabilitation activities, finding property managers, and handling ownership and tenancy issues). Investors can instead focus on assembling targeted portfolios with allocations across markets, focusing on specific investment goals, while enjoying passive income with potential long-term growth from home price appreciation.
Who can participate in Roofstock One?
Roofstock One is currently available only to accredited investors as defined in Rule 501 of Regulation D under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, who meet certain additional requirements. Investors must meet specific guidelines to qualify as an accredited investor. For a complete definition of "accredited investor" and related criteria, click here.
If you decide to invest in Roofstock One shares and initiate the investment process, you will be asked to verify your accredited investor status. Your Roofstock One subscription will not be confirmed until your accredited investor status is verified.
What is the minimum investment?
The standard initial investment minimum is $5,000. After the initial investment, you can purchase as little $100 at a time. There is no limit to the number of shares you can purchase; however, we do monitor that every investor does not exceed the maximum allowable number of shares purchased for a single tracking stock.