Value Add and Others
Value Add and Others
Despite the current circumstances of the ongoing pandemic and its impact on both lives and livelihoods, savvy investors know that investing is a long-term game. Conventional investing wisdom is as important as ever to keep in mind while we are in a pre-vaccine world. The opportunity to “buy low” has become one of the biggest advantages to the temporary economic downturn. Additionally, a macro-perspective remains imperative in the wake of trying times in the economy.
The Primior diversified REIT is an equity- and debt-based investment vehicle. The majority of that investment is in stabilized properties to reduce risk. Our REIT offers several additional benefits including:
Distributions are expected to be paid monthly.
Unlike some public non-traded REIT offerings, Primior has direct access to its investors through its online portal. As a result, the Primior REIT does not pay broker-dealers any selling commissions, which can average 7-8% of the invested dollars. Therefore, the Primior REIT offering has lower fees than some of the other REIT offerings available today in the market.
Investing in the Company’s common shares is speculative and involves substantial risks. The Company cannot assure you that it will attain its objectives or that the value of its assets will not decrease. Therefore, you should purchase these securities only if you can afford a complete loss of your investment.
Risks include the following:
Our REIT is easy to invest in with a low minimum, high IRR and flexible redemption options.
For shares held less than 3 years, you can effectively redeem 90% of the per-share price for common shares in effect at the time of the redemption request. For shares held at least 3 years but less than 5 years, you can effectively redeem 95% of the per-share price for our common shares in effect at the time of the redemption request. For shares held at least 5 years, you can effectively redeem 100% of the per-share price for our common shares in effect at the time of the redemption request.
REITs have very unique tax advantages resulting in maximum yields for investors while being relatively less volatile than other investments types. REITs have an IRS designated special tax form that saves corporations tax, unlike other public companies that must pay corporation income tax (approximately 25%) REITs are exempted from corporation income tax. Rental income is treated as business income to REITs because the government considers rent to be the business of REITs. This means all expenses related to rental activities can be deducted in the same manner as business expenses can be written off by a corporation. Furthermore, the IRS requires REITs to pay out at least 90% of their income to unit holders. The unique tax advantages offered by REITs can translate into superior yields for investors seeking higher returns with relative stability.
The profile of properties and asset types include in the Primior REIT is currently as follows:
The Company expects to seek a liquidity transaction in the future. A liquidity transaction could consist of a sale of all assets, a roll-off to maturity of all assets, a sale or merger of the Company, consolidation with other REITs managed by our Manager, a listing of the Company on an exchange, or any other similar transaction. The REIT does not have a stated term since it believes that flexibility on term may result in more favorable results for its shareholders (vs. setting a definite term at launch). Primior’s REIT Manager has the discretion to consider and execute a liquidity transaction at any time if it determines it is in the best interest of the Company and its investors.
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