The Property is proximate to Amazon's HQ2 at National Landing, where construction is underway on the first phase, a 2.1mm SF complex expected to open in 2023. Columbia Pike is expected to be a major beneficiary of Amazon HQ2 at National Landing, and the Property is only 1.5 miles away from the site. Sponsorship plans to capitalize on the proximity by offering a similarly amenitized office building at discounted rents to those in Crystal City near the Amazon HQ2 site. Boeing also announced that it will be relocating its headquarters from Chicago to Arlington. In addition to its headquarters, Boeing plans to develop a research and technology center. Boeing cited the access to world-class engineering and technical talent as a reason for their move. Raytheon also recently announced that it will relocate its global headquarters from Massachusetts to Arlington in 3Q22. Raytheon is the second-largest defense company in the world after Lockheed Martin.
The Sponsor believes that 2300 Ninth will offer best-in-class amenities in an excellent neighborhood location, with a higher-than-average parking ratio of 2.4 spaces per 1,000 SF, while also offering a rent discount to comparable properties in Crystal City and the Rosslyn-Ballston (RB) Corridor. Average A /B rents in Crystal City and the RB Corridor are now averaging $44 PSF and $53 PSF, respectively, according to Compstak and Costar. New leases at the Property are underwritten at an average of $40.79 PSF.
The Property will be completely gut-renovated and is expected to be built to a standard that current tenants in the market are seeking. Sponsor intends to deliver a LEED-Silver, Fitwel, amenitized office building in the desirable Columbia Pike neighborhood at a basis that is projected to be well below replacement cost. The total Project budget of $34.4mm ($500/SF) is below the replacement cost of approximately $900 PSF for high-rise concrete and steel construction in Arlington County.
Pearlmark and BoundTrain
Pearlmark Real Estate
Pearlmark Real Estate ("Pearlmark") is a real estate private equity firm specializing in middle-market commercial real estate with a focus on office, industrial, and multifamily properties. It also seeks to invest in high-yield real estate debt opportunities throughout the United States. Pearlmark was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Pearlmark operates as a boutique real estate manager and principal investor, allowing the company to be nimble, decisive, and creative in executing direct equity and debt investment strategies. Pearlmark’s expertise stretches across various property types in both primary and secondary markets, where the firm is dedicated to creating value via core-plus and value-add areas of the risk-return spectrum. Pearlmark’s principals invest personally alongside the firm’s investors in order to best align interests. Pearlmark has sponsored more than a dozen real estate equity and debt investment programs and completed 560 real estate equity and debt transactions on behalf of investors, representing approximately $5.3 billion in equity capital commitments and $13.8 billion in gross investment value.
BoundTrain Real Estate
BoundTrain Real Estate (“BoundTrain”) was founded in 2018 by Michael Klein and is led by principals Michael Klein, Jeff Tarae, and Kyle Wood. Headquartered in Falls Church, VA, BoundTrain pursues value-add and opportunistic office, residential, and retail; focused on Washington, DC along with select east coast markets. BoundTrain is in the process of their first office redevelopment in Falls Church, VA. Most of the major upgrades have been completed and they are working on the second phase of the spec suite program as of 2Q22. Prior to BoundTrain, Michael Klein was a Managing Director and Principal at Penzance and Vice President of Acquisitions and Finance at Akridge. Prior to BoundTrain, Jeff Tarae was a Managing Director at Newmark Knight Frank, responsible for leasing an average portfolio of 7mm SF in Northern Virginia. In this role, he executed on behalf of global real estate organizations such as The Blackstone Group, J.P. Morgan, ADIA, New York Life, and Prudential. Prior to BoundTrain, Kyle Wood was a Vice President at Penzance where he was responsible for the financial performance of an office and multifamily portfolio. Additionally, Kyle oversaw leasing strategy and execution, capital improvements, dispositions and refinancing, and managed joint venture relationships.
Stephen Quazzo is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Pearlmark, with responsibility for leading the firm’s Investment and Management Committees. Prior to co-founding Pearlmark in 1996, Mr. Quazzo served as President of Equity Institutional Investors, Inc., a subsidiary of investor Sam Zell's private holding company, Equity Group Investments, Inc. Prior to joining the Zell organization, Mr. Quazzo served as a Vice President in the Real Estate Department of Goldman Sachs.
Mr. Quazzo is a Trustee for the Urban Land Institute and its Foundation, a member of the Pension Real Estate Association, and a licensed real estate broker in Illinois. He serves as a director of Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corp. (NYSE: VAC) and Phillips Edison & Company. In addition, Mr. Quazzo serves on the nonprofit boards of Rush University Medical Center, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Endowment, the Chicago Parks Foundation, and Deerfield Academy. Mr. Quazzo earned his AB cum laude from Harvard University and his MBA from the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration.
Douglas W. Lyons is a Managing Principal of Pearlmark, with responsibility for the firm’s capital markets and debt investment activities. He is also a member of the firm’s Management and Investment Committees. Prior to joining Pearlmark in 1996, Mr. Lyons was Vice President of Equity Institutional Investors, Inc. where he was responsible for merchant banking activities and strategic portfolio management projects for the Zell/Merrill Lynch Real Estate Opportunity funds, the Zell/Chilmark Fund, and other Sam Zell-related affiliates. In addition, Mr. Lyons actively managed an institutional portfolio of REIT stocks. Previously, he worked in the New York Real Estate Capital Markets groups for Bankers Trust Company (1989-1991) and Merrill Lynch & Co. (1987-1989).
Mr. Lyons earned a BA degree in History from Amherst College, where he was a two-time All-American in soccer, and his MBA from the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration. He currently serves several nonprofits including the Harvard Alumni Real Estate Board, the U.S. Soccer Foundation, and the JDRF Illinois Chapter as Chairman of the Real Estate Games. Mr. Lyons is also a member of the Pension Real Estate Association and the Urban Land Institute, where he is a Trustee. Mr. Lyons currently serves as a Trustee of the Loomis Chaffee School chairing its Buildings and Grounds Committee and previously served as a Trustee for Lycée Français de Chicago and Chair of its Facilities Committee and as Treasurer of St. James Cathedral in Chicago.
Michael brings more than 15 years of real estate experience handling an estimated $3.8 billion in assets to his role as strategic, investment and development lead at BoundTrain.
Prior to founding BoundTrain, Michael was a Managing Director and Principal at Penzance, where he managed the investments team and Investment Committee process, executed investment strategy, identified and structured promising deals, oversaw due diligence for acquisitions, monitored leasing and asset management, and was responsible for the valuation of the portfolio as well as potential investments.
Before joining Penzance, Michael served as the Vice President of Acquisitions and Finance at Akridge.
Michael is a member of the Urban Land Institute, National Multifamily Housing Council, and NAIOP, where he serves on the Board of Directors of the Northern Virginia Chapter. Michael also spends his time outside of work and family coaching in the Great Falls Basketball Program. He is the 5th-grade boys Select Team A coach for the 2020/2021 season after coaching the 4th-grade boys Development Team in 2019/2020.
A Boston native, he received his Bachelor of Science in Management from Rensselaer and his MBA from Hult International Business School.
Pearlmark's Recent Equity Transactions
|Property||City, State||Asset Type||Acq Date||Units or SF|
|Phoenix Gateway Center||Phoenix, AZ||Office||12/21/2011||437,603 SF|
|Redstone Corporate Center I & II||Lynnwood, WA & Mountlake Terrace, WA||Office||1/6/2012||327,899 SF|
|300 Grant||San Francisco, CA||Retail||12/21/2012||39,162 SF|
|2305 Mission College Boulevard||Santa Clara, CA||Office||12/9/2013||358,503 SF|
|Fairfield Inn||New York, NY||Hotel||9/6/2014||239 keys|
|5301 Patrick Henry||Santa Clara, CA||Office||12/19/2014||129,199 SF|
|Moffett Gateway||Sunnyvale, CA||Office||5/8/2015||612,691 SF|
|276-278 Newbury||Boston, MA||Retail||7/27/2015||12,593 SF|
|Abelia & Nolina Flats||Austin, TX||Multifamily||1/20/2016||732 units|
|La Jolla Terrace||Fort Worth, TX||Multifamily||7/31/2020||340 units|
|340-350 Royal Palm Way||Palm Beach, FL||Office||7/12/2013||44,625 SF|
|1001 Hawkins||Nashville, TN||Office||10/31/2016||37,572 SF|
|1125 17th Street||Denver, CO||Office||1/6/2017||494,689 SF|
|49 Music Square West||Nashville, TN||Office||11/6/2017||62,179 SF|
|Pleasant Creek||Lancaster, TX||Multifamily||1/29/2019||159 units|
|760 Aloha||Seattle, WA||Office||2/28/2019||14,000 SF|
|Pavilion Village||Charlotte, NC||Multifamily||6/20/2019||294 units|
|Meridian Park||Nashville, TN||Multifamily||2/25/2020||158 units|
|Hudson Valley Portfolio||Kingston, NY||Multifamily||1/29/2021||539 units|
|Park West & Parliament Bend||San Antonio, TX||Multifamily||5/4/2021||560 units|
|CEV Wilmington - Portfolio||Wilmington, NC||Multifamily / Student Housing||10/1/2021||415 units|
|Spartan Crossing||Greensboro, NC||Student Housing||4/28/2022||157 units|
The Pearlmark and BoundTrain Principals bios and Pearlmark recent equity transactions were provided by Sponsor and have not been verified by RealtyMogul.
BoundTrain purchased the Property in July of 2020 and has spent time advancing the design and business plan enabling the Project to start construction and leasing within the next few months. Pearlmark and BoundTrain, collectively as Sponsor, plan to renovate and amenitize the Property, rebrand, and cater to local, private sector tenants who appreciate the quality and service but have limited options at a reasonable rent for this type of space.
Sponsor plans to complete a full gut renovation down to steel/concrete on each floor with spec suites on floors three through seven, upgrades to the building façade, new mechanical, electrical, storefront/entrance, main lobby, exterior plaza, common areas, shared conference room, restrooms, elevator cabs, and deliver new technology updates and security enhancements.
Sponsor plans to first spec suite the entire third floor to allow for expedited lease-up and cater to the small tenants in the market who like to move quickly when leasing space. Upon completion of the third floor spec suites, Sponsor will continue to spec suite floors 4 through 7. Immediately following the completion of the build-out, Sponsor will bring the Property to stabilization, and ultimately exit the investment.
Performance Care Clinics (a physical therapy provider) leased 1,903 SF of the first floor retail space to take occupancy upon delivery of improvements. Additionally, LEDC, an in-place tenant has signed an LOI for a 440 SF spec suite on the third floor. Sponsor is nearing the final stages of lease negotiations with a leading national residential realtor to take a total of 7,355 SF. This will bring the Property to 32.2% leased including the in-place month-to-month (MTM) tenants.
Anchor Tenant Overview
Performance Care Clinics is a physical therapy group with locations in Northern Virginia and Tampa, FL. They provide 1 on 1 physical therapy as well as sports performance and personal training.
Part of the first and all of the second floor is expected to be occupied by an office of one of the leading national residential realtors, with the intent for 2300 Ninth to be their main South Arlington, VA office. The tenant plans to use TI dollars as well as invest further into the space and hopes to install a stairway to connect the first and second floors to create a cohesive environment.
The building has received initial interest from tenants in the following industries:
- Government Contractors attracted to close proximity with quick access to the Pentagon and greater D.C. Government agencies
- Business Services firms attracted to large, nearby multi/single-family housing markets in need of their services
- Tech firms attracted to being near Amazon HQ2 coupled with the variety of housing mix for their employees
- Association – 7,000 SF
- Non-Profit – 10,000 SF
- Law Firm – 5,000 SF
- Government Contractors – multiple requirements from 2,500 SF to 25,000 SF
- Cyber Security Firm – 3,500 SF
- Clean Medical – 10,000 SF
- Sponsor is tracking 427 leases with expirations through 12/2023 and which currently occupy space in Arlington
- ~70% of those groups are currently occupying 10K SF or less
- Of that group, over 60% are in the 5K SF and under category
Investor Q&A 7/14/2022
BoundTrain purchased the Property in July 2020 and has spent almost 2 years planning and designing the redevelopment. The Property has seen few updates since construction in 1970 aside from elevator modernization and roof replacement. The Sponsor plans to complete a full gut renovation down to steel/concrete on each floor with spec suites on floors three through seven, upgrades to the building façade and roof, new mechanical, electrical, storefront/entrance, main lobby, exterior plaza, common areas, shared conference room, restrooms, elevator cabs, and deliver new technology updates and security enhancements.
Sponsor plans to capitalize on providing a well-amenitized, boutique office option that will cater to local, private sector tenants who have limited options at a reasonable rent for this type of product (15-20% below competition according to Costar) in the Arlington, Virginia office market, which is currently the most sought-after market in the D.C. Metro.
|Tenant||SF||% of Total||Rent/SF||Lease Start||Lease Expiration||Lease Type|
|In-Place Tenants and Fully Executed Leases|
|Performance Care Clinics||1,903||3%||$35.00||7/1/2022||6/30/2033||Base Year Stop Net of Electric|
|Washington Workplace||1,686||2%||$26.00||1/1/2020||10/31/2022||Base Year Stop|
|TMG Construction||3,396||5%||$17.52||MTM||Base Year Stop|
|Harner and Sarli (LAB)||647||1%||$27.00||MTM||Base Year Stop|
|SBDA||1,222||2%||$21.00||MTM||Base Year Stop|
|Blue Land Media||810||1%||$24.00||MTM||Base Year Stop|
|Alan Dobson, Attorney||860||1%||$27.00||MTM||Base Year Stop|
|Capitol Bridge, LLC||3,842||6%||$20.00||MTM||Base Year Stop|
|In Negotiations/Under LOI|
|LEDC||440||1%||$39.20||9/1/2022||11/30/2027||Base Year Stop|
|National Residential Realtor||7,355||11%||$38.75||10/1/2022||9/30/2034||Base Year Stop|
|Connexus Corporation||Stg International||Radiance Technologies||Brown & Root Industrial Services||American Association for Homecare||Silicon Valley Bank||Monument Economics Group||Averages||Subject|
|Date Signed||Q4 2020||Q2 2019||Q1 2022||Q3 2021||Q2 2021||Q1 2022||Q3 2021|
|Tenant Lease Size||2,354 SF||8,078 SF||7,909 SF||3,798 SF||1,516 SF||4,563 SF||4,790 SF||4,715 SF|
|Building NRSF||221,389 SF||233,446 SF||451,572 SF||398,329 SF||316,353 SF||559,479 SF||559,479 SF||391,435 SF||68,156 SF|
|Lease Type||Modified Gross||Modified Gross||Modified Gross||Modified Gross||Modified Gross||Modified Gross||Modified Gross||Modified Gross|
|Address||2800 Shirlington Rd||2900 South Quincy||1550 Crystal Drive||2451 Crystal Drive||1400 Crystal Drive||1000 Wilson Blvd||1000 Wilson Blvd||2300 9th Street South|
|Distance from Subject||1.5 miles||1.7 miles||1.8 miles||2.0 miles||1.8 miles||2.2 miles||2.2 miles||1.8 miles|
Source: Compstak and Costar
|1300 Wilson Blvd||1400 Crystal||2100-2120 S Washington Blvd||Presidential Tower||1300 17th St N||Averages||Subject
|NRSF||363,112 SF||316,353 SF||369,215 SF||383,524 SF||398,000 SF||366,041 SF||68,786 SF|
|Address||1300 Wilson Blvd||1400 Crystal Drive||2100-2120 S Washington Blvd||2550 S Clark||1300 17th St N||2300 9th Street South|
|Distance from Subject||2.1 miles||1.8 miles||0.6 miles||1.9 miles||2.1 miles||1.7 miles|
Washington DC is an economy anchored by the presence of the Federal Government, but its blossoming biotechnology sector in Maryland and cloud software and defense sectors in Northern Virginia could drive occupancy higher in the near term.
Large mixed-use developments will house many of the prominent employers in the region. Amazon, Marriott, Fannie Mae, Volkswagen, and Chemonics are just a handful of companies expanding into new headquarters. On the government side, the Transportation Security Administration is moving into its new Springfield offices, and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and the Security and Exchange Commission will move into new projects as well.
With many of the under-construction projects opening as corporate headquarters and build-to-suits, the space set to enter the market should not add excess pressure on availabilities. Leasing activity has been driven by relocations of companies already in the market, as well as expansions of new companies. Additionally, there has been an ongoing flight to quality trend in the market.
Northern Virginia continues to attract HQ relocations. In 2Q21, Starkist Tuna announced it will relocate from Pittsburgh to Reston Town Center.
In 2Q22, Boeing announced that it will relocate its headquarters from Chicago to Arlington. In addition to its headquarters, Boeing plans to develop research and technology. Boeing cited the access to world-class engineering and technical talent as a reason for their move. Raytheon also recently announced that it will relocate its global headquarters from Massachusetts to Arlington in 3Q22, a move that will see four of the top five U.S.-based aerospace and defense contractors headquartered in Virginia. Raytheon is the second-largest defense company in the world after Lockheed Martin.
Amazon has purchased 2 sites to develop 4.1mm SF. Construction on the first phase of Amazon's HQ2 is underway in National Landing, which Sponsor believes will be a catalyst for regional growth. Amazon has already leased 857k SF, and Phase I of construction will include 2mm SF in 2 office buildings. Amazon plans to add a minimum of 25,000 jobs by 2030 with the potential for 12,850 more by 2034 with an average salary of $150,000. Columbia Pike is expected to be a major beneficiary of Amazon HQ2.
As tenants return to the office, they will continue to embrace a flight-to-quality trend that is unfolding across the region. In particular, buildings in close proximity to amenities stand to outperform, while functionally obsolete products could be candidates for conversion to residential or data centers.
SOURCES: JLL AND COSTAR
|Sources of Funds||$ Amount||$/SF|
|GP Investor Equity(1)||$2,477,310||$36|
|LP Investor Equity||$9,909,242||$144|
|Total Sources of Funds||$34,361,553||$500|
|Uses of Funds||$ Amount||$/SF|
|Capitalized Costs Spent to Date||$1,682,317||$24|
|Future Spec Suites Floors 4-7||$3,730,721||$54|
|Total Uses of Funds||$34,361,553||$500|
(1) The Sponsor’s equity contribution may consist of friends and family equity and equity from funds controlled by the Sponsor.
The expected terms of the debt financing are as follows:
- Lender: Forbright Bank
- Term: 3 years + two 12-month extensions (Senior); 20 years (C-PACE Term)
- LTC: 64.0%
- Estimated Proceeds: $18,275,000 (Senior Loan); $3,700,000 (C-PACE Loan). Amounts subject to change.
- Interest Type (Senior): Floating
- Spread above SOFR (Senior): 4.50%
- Interest Type (C-PACE): Fixed
- Annual Interest Rate (C-PACE): 4.70%
- Interest-Only Period: 36 months (Senior); 60 months (C-PACE)
- Amortization: 30 years (Senior); 15 years (C-PACE)
- Prepayment Terms: $1,318,000 minimum interest on Senior loan; C-PACE prepayment penalty of 5% in year 1, 4% in year 2, 3% in year 3, 0% thereafter.
- Extension Requirements: 0.25% extension fee; maximum 50% LTV on the then "as-is" value; minimum DSCR of 1.50x and DY of 11.0%
- Modeled Refinance: No
(2) A substantial portion of the total acquisition for the Property will be paid with borrowed funds, i.e., debt. Please carefully review the Disclaimers section below for additional information concerning the Sponsor's use of debt.
Pearlmark and BoundTrain intend to make distributions as follows:
- To the Investors, pari passu, all net cash flows to an 8.0% IRR;
- 20% promote over an 8.0% IRR;
- 30% promote over a 12.0% IRR;
- 40% promote over a 16.0% IRR.
Pearlmark and BoundTrain intend to make distributions to investors after the payment of the company's liabilities (loan payments, operating expenses, and other fees as more specifically set forth in the LLC agreements, in addition to any member loans or returns due on member loan).
Distributions are expected to start in 4Q24 and are projected to continue on a quarterly basis thereafter. Distributions are at the discretion of Pearlmark and BoundTrain, who may decide to delay distributions for any reason, including maintenance or capital reserves.
Pearlmark and BoundTrain will receive a promoted/carried interest as indicated above.
|Projected Cash Flow Summary|
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Effective Gross Revenue||$162,097||$1,343,776||$3,176,132|
|Total Operating Expenses||$492,886||$691,219||$803,819|
|Net Operating Income||($330,789)||$652,557||$2,372,313|
|Project-Level Cash Flows|
|Year 0||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Net Cash Flow||($12,386,552)||$0||$0||$20,608,997|
|Investor-Level Cash Flows - Hypothetical $50,000 Investment(3)(4)|
|Year 0||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Net Cash Flow||($50,000)||$0||$0||$76,488|
(3) RM Technologies, LLC and its affiliates do not provide any assurance of returns. Returns presented are net of all fees. Please carefully review the Fees and Disclaimers sections below for additional information concerning Sponsor’s use or projected returns and fees paid to Sponsor and RM Technologies, LLC.
(4) Sponsor is projecting a 16.1% IRR and a 1.56x equity multiple net of all fees and carried interest payments to Sponsor. Net of the Administration Solution Fee to RealtyMogul, and assuming a $50,000 commitment, Sponsor is projecting a 15.2% IRR and 1.53x equity multiple to investors.
Certain fees and compensation will be paid over the life of the transaction; please refer to Pearlmark and BoundTrain's private placement memorandum (PPM) and LLC agreement for details. The following fees and compensation will be paid(5)(6)(7)(8):
|Type of Fee||Amount of Fee||Received By||Paid From|
|Acquisition Fee||1.0% of Purchase Price, capital spent prior to closing, and closing costs||Pearlmark||Upfront Capitalization|
|Base Building Construction Management Fee(7)||5% on cumulative costs up to $1,000,000; 4% on cumulative costs between $1,000,000 and $2,000,000; 3.5% on cumulative costs over $2,000,000. Maximum $290,000||BoundTrain||Upfront Capitalization|
|Spec Suite/TI/LC Construction Management Fee(7)||5% on cumulative costs up to $250,000; 4% on cumulative costs between $250,000 and $500,000; 3.5% on cumulative costs over $500,000||BoundTrain||Upfront Capitalization|
|Leasing Oversight Fee(8)||1% on gross rent due over initial lease term (up to 10 years) on new leases; 0.50% on renewals; 0.75% on expansions||BoundTrain||Upfront Capitalization|
|Other LP Fee||$125,000, equal to 1.0% of Other LP Commitment, which is expected to be $5,000,000||Other LP||Upfront Capitalization|
|Technology Solution Licensing Fee(6)||Flat one-time licensing fees of $15,000 plus $1,500 per each prospective investor onboarded by Sponsor through its license and use of RM Technologies’ Technology Solution||RM Technologies, LLC||
|Type of Fee||Amount of Fee||Received By||Paid From|
|Administration Solution Licensing Fee(6)||Flat quarterly licensing fee of $125 per investor serviced by Sponsor through the license and use of RM Technologies’ Administration Solution||RM Technologies, LLC||Distributions to investors sourced through the RealtyMogul Platform.|
|GP Cost Reimbursement||$10,000 annually||Pearlmark||Cash Flow|
|Accounting Fee||$10,000 annually||Pearlmark||Cash Flow|
|Asset Management Fee||1% of contributed equity||50% Pearlmark, 50% BoundTrain||Cash Flow|
|Property Management Fee||The greater of 2.5% of effective gross revenue and $3,250/month (grown 3.0% annually)||Colliers||Cash Flow|
(5) See Investment Documents for more information on fees.
(6) Please see the Fees and Disclaimers sections below for additional information concerning fees paid to RM Technologies, LLC.
(7) If the tenant elects not to use BoundTrain (or an affiliate of BoundTrain) for construction management, BoundTrain will receive a one percent (1%) oversight fee of the total tenant improvements budget for such project, such fee to be deducted from the tenant improvement allowance.
(8) Underwriting assumes a leasing fee of 7% to a third-party broker.
Sponsor’s Projections and Targets
*Assumptions and projections included in the information on this page, including pro forma projections (collectively “Projections”) were provided by the Sponsor or an affiliate thereof and are not reflective of the position or opinions of, nor are they endorsed by, RM Technologies, LLC or its affiliates, or any other person or entity other than the Sponsor or its affiliates. RM Technologies, LLC and its affiliates do not provide any assurance of returns or the accuracy or reasonableness of the Projections provided by the Sponsor or its affiliates. There can be no assurance that the Sponsor’s methodology used for calculating any Projections, including Target IRR, and Target Equity Multiple (“Targets”), are appropriate or adequate. The Sponsor’s Projections and Targets are hypothetical, are not based on actual investment results, and are presented solely for the purpose of providing insight into the Sponsor’s investment objectives, detailing its anticipated risk and reward characteristics and for establishing a benchmark for future evaluation of the Sponsor’s performance. The Sponsor’s Projections and Targets are not a predictor, projection or guarantee of future performance. There can be no assurance that the Sponsor’s Projections or Targets will be met or that the Sponsor will be successful in meeting these Projections and Targets. Projections and Target returns should not be used as a primary basis for an investor’s decision to invest.
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The Information on this page, including of the principal terms of the Sponsor’s offering, is qualified in its entirety by reference to the more complete information about the offering contained in the Sponsor’s Investment Documents. The information on this page is not complete, and each prospective investor should carefully read all of the Investment Documents and any supplements thereto, copies of which are available by clicking the links above or upon request, before deciding whether to make an investment. The information on this page should not be used as a basis for an investor’s decision to invest. In the event of an inconsistency between the information on this page and the Investment Documents, investors must rely on the information contained in the Investment Documents. The information on this page and the information in the Investment Documents are subject to last minute changes up to the closing date at the sole discretion of the Sponsor and its affiliates.
Risk of Investment
This real estate investment is speculative and involves substantial risk. There can be no assurances that all or any of the assumptions will be true or that actual performance will bear any relation to the hypothetical illustrations herein, and no guarantee or representation is made that investment objectives of the Sponsor will be achieved. In the event that actual performance is below the Sponsor’s Targets, your investment could be materially and adversely affected, and there can be no assurance that investors will not suffer significant losses. A loss of part or all of the principal value of your investment may occur. You should not invest unless you can readily bear the consequences of such loss. Please see the Sponsor’s Investment Documents for additional information, including the Sponsor’s discussion concerning risk factors.
Risk of Forward-Looking Statements
Forward-looking statements are found here and in the applicable Investment Documents and may include words like “expects,” “intends,” “anticipates,” “estimates” and other similar words. These statements are intended to convey the Project Sponsor’s projections or expectations as of the date made. These statements are inherently subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties. Please see the applicable Investment Documents for disclosure relating to forward-looking statements. All forward-looking statements attributable to the Sponsor or its affiliates apply only as of the date of the offering and are expressly qualified in their entirety by the cautionary statements included elsewhere in the Investment Documents. Any financial projections are preliminary and subject to change; the Sponsor undertakes no obligation to update or revise these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances that arise after the date made or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events. Inevitably, some assumptions will not materialize, and unanticipated events and circumstances may affect the ultimate financial results. Projections are inherently subject to substantial and numerous uncertainties and to a wide variety of significant business, economic and competitive risks, and the assumptions underlying the projections may be inaccurate in any material respect. Therefore, the actual results achieved may vary significantly from the forecasts, and the variations may be material.
Sponsor’s use of Debt
A substantial portion of the total acquisition for the Property will be paid with borrowed funds, i.e., debt. There can be no assurance that the Sponsor will secure debt on the rates and terms noted above, or at all. All of the Sponsor’s estimated rates and terms of the debt financing are subject to lender approval, including but not limited to the annual interest rate and possible increases in capital reserve requirements for funds to be held in a lender-controlled capital reserve account. The use of borrowed money to acquire real estate is referred to as leveraging. Leveraging increases the risk of loss. If the Sponsor were unable to pay the payments on the borrowed funds (called a "default"), the lender might foreclose, and the Sponsor could lose its investment in its property.
In addition, unless the debt provides for a fixed rate of interest during the term of the loan and/or any subsequent extensions, the total amount of interest paid over the term of the debt will increase by the same amount as the related index. For example, if the index rate increases by 0.50% (50 basis points) the interest rate on the loan will increase by the same amount. The amount of such interest rate increases may be capped either by its terms or as the result of the Sponsor entering into an arrangement that caps the interest rate with respect to the debt at a particular rate.
Sponsor’s Offering is Not Registered
The interests offered by the Sponsor will not be registered under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) in reliance upon the exemptions from registration pursuant to Rule 506(c) of Regulation D as promulgated under the Securities Act (“Private Placement.”). In addition, the interests will not be registered under any state securities laws in reliance on exemptions from registration. Such interests are subject to restrictions on transferability and resale and may not be transferred or resold except as permitted under applicable state and federal securities laws pursuant to registration or an available exemption. All Private Placements on the RealtyMogul Platform are intended solely for “Accredited Investors,” as that term is defined Rule 501(a) of the Securities Act. Prospective investors must certify that they are Accredited Investors and provide either certain supporting documents or third party verification, and must acknowledge that they have received and read all investment materials.
RM Technologies, LLC Fees and Conflicts
RM Technologies, LLC, an affiliate of RealtyMogul, operates the RealtyMogul Platform. RM Technologies, LLC charges a fixed, non-percentage-based licensing fee for real estate companies and their sponsors to license and use the RM Technologies LLC’s proprietary Platform, including one-time flat licensing fees for its Technology Solution and an ongoing quarterly flat licensing fees for its Administration Solution. An estimate of the Technology Solution licensing fee is included in the Closing Costs above and is intended to be capitalized into the transaction at the discretion of the Sponsor. The licensing fees received by RM Technologies, LLC are disclosed in the relevant operating agreement(s). Additionally, from time to time, employees of RM Technologies, LL C and its affiliates invest in Sponsor’s offering. RM Technologies LLC’s receipt of licensing fees and its employee’s investments in Sponsor’s offering creates a conflict of interest between RealtyMogul and its affiliates, and investors or prospective investors.
No Investment Advice
RealtyMogul and RM Technologies, LLC are not a registered broker-dealer, investment adviser or crowdfunding portal. Nothing on this page should be regarded as investment advice, either on behalf of a particular security or regarding an overall investment strategy, a recommendation, an offer to sell, or a solicitation of or an offer to buy any security. Advice from a securities professional is strongly advised, and we recommend that you consult with a financial advisor, attorney, accountant, and any other professional that can help you to understand and assess the risks associated with any real estate investment.
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