Saint Investment Group Announces Its Income Fund Goes Live In Q1 2022
January 05, 2022 at 17:00
Saint Investment Group, an investment management company located in Irvine, CA, has announced that it will open up its income fund for investors in the first quarter of 2022. Readers can find out more about income funds by heading over to the investment group’s website at the link: https://saintinvestment.com/income-fund/.
The Saint Investment Income Fund will have an 8% preferred return per annum and will be paid out on a monthly basis. A minimum investment of $50,000 is required. The Saint Income Fund is reserved for accredited investors only at this time. The Saint Investment Group Income Fund will only hold real estate assets, which have high degrees of security for the yields provided, and can also have additional tax benefits available as well. Saint Investment Group will pursue a $100 Million raise as the investment.
President of Saint Investment Group, Nic DeAngelo, talks about the launch of their income fund in 2022 by saying, “We are offering a way for investors to benefit from the rising trend in property prices all over the country. The real estate industry prospered and grew consistently over the last year despite the far-reaching negative effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the rest of the economy. We attribute this to the various fiscal and monetary measures introduced to tackle the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. The measures increased the demand for real estate but the supply struggled to keep up as labor shortages and other relevant industry factors slowed down the construction of new homes. We predict that this trend will continue in the near future and our real estate income fund is a great way for short-term investors to capitalize on it. Readers can find out more about real estate funds by heading over to our website at the link: https://saintinvestment.com/real-estate-funds/.”
Income funds are a type of private fund that are designed to produce passive income on a monthly or quarterly basis, rather than paying lump-sum capital gains or appreciation on paper. This is in contrast to other fund types which offer a large return at the close of the fund, typically 5, 7, or 10 years after the initial investment. They are a unique option for investors who would like returns consistently, and who want to avoid the long repayment terms. Income funds can hold a sweeping array of investment instruments, from government and municipal bonds to corporate debt obligations and preferred stock.
When asked about the benefits of investing in an income fund, Nic DeAngelo says, “Income funds provide investors with a steady stream of payments in regular intervals, enabling them to better predict their cash flow as they head into retirement, balance their monthly income, or simply want a stable payment they can rely on. They also benefit from a quick return of capital, offering the investor an excellent opportunity for liquidity along with stabilized income. If you are an investor with short-term investment goals, say 2 to 3 years, and you have a surplus of funds, they are a perfect way to get good returns.”
Real estate income funds, such as the one that is being launched by the Saint Investment Group, may choose to invest in different types of real estate such as commercial real estate, residential real estate, real estate debt, and real estate development opportunities. Real estate funds that focus their portfolios on commercial real estate usually hold many different types of commercial properties to balance risk. They may hold properties such as industrial and warehouse properties, retail properties, multifamily properties, and office buildings. Readers can find out more about commercial real estate funds by heading over to the investment group’s website at the link: https://saintinvestment.com/commercial-real-estate-funds/.
Residential real estate funds focus on residential properties, such as single-family rental homes. Typically, these carry higher risk due to the lower number of tenants per property. This requires more scrutiny in the tenant screening process to keep risks to a minimum. Finally, real estate development funds implement a strategy of buying unimproved land to develop into modern real estate concepts. These types of funds are complex to analyze because of the numerous permitting requirements and construction factors involved. Real estate development funds are best for expert-level real estate investors who have a strong knowledge of or maybe even professional background in development construction and dealing with municipality regulations.
For more information about Saint Investment Group, contact the company here:
Saint Investment Group
2222 Martin Unit 255, Irvine, CA 92612