how it works
HOW IT WORKS
We find and strategically improve apartment buildings in selected US market bringing the opportunity for investors to partner with us and make stable, above-market returns without having to be a real estate expert.
HYLEE Capital invests in multifamily real estate in strategic cities across the US. We create opportunties for investors to partner with us and make stable, above-market returns without having to be a real estate expert or manage tenants and maintenance issues.
We are here to help you level up from traditional investments like stocks and bonds, providing knowledge and access to risk mitigated, above market investment opportunities in multifamily real estate.
At Hylee Capital we’re here to support and guide you towards achieving financial security without compromising simplicity and transparency over your investments.
By offering education, strategic partnerships, and tried and true multifamily investment opportunities, we give you exactly what they need when it comes to making investing (no fluff, no smoke and mirrors, no snake oil).
build & protect
Our team finds deals in strong-growth markets using a targeted set of criteria.
We negotiate favorable terms and secure financing for the property.
How it works:
We offer the private investment opportunity to our community, and investors sign comprehensive legal documentation to participate in the deal.
The deal closes, and our team is responsible for making sure the property value increases by improving the asset and operations.
Typically Investors receive cash flow quarterly and in 5-7 years get their original investment back, plus a share of the profits.
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Schedule a 1:1 call to join the investor community. This is required by the Securities Exchange Commission before we can offer you a live deal. Once you join the investor community, we will notify you immediately when deals come up, usually 2-4 times a year.
Cash flow is generally considered a return on invested capital. Taxes for properties are based on how much income and expenses the property had during the year. Because of the way that accelerated depreciation through cost segregation works, there is usually a non-cash expense reflected in losses on a K1 tax document in the early years. (Remember, for all tax related questions, always check with your own CPA because everyone's situation is different; we're just giving you some general direction).
Distributions are the cash flow you make quarterly from the investment. This money will be deposited directly into your bank account as passive returns.
The investment is illiquid. However, depending on why the investor needs the money and how much the property is worth, the company might be able to sell the investor’s portion of the investment at a certain market valuation to give the investor some cash.
The SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) requires us to have a brief qualifying call with all prospective investors. We will ask you a few simple questions to ensure you have full clarity on the investment and risks involved.
Please help us maintain SEC compliance by scheduling a call with Sarah in the calendar below. There will be no sales pitch or offer presentation. Simply a few SEC-required questions and time allotted to answer your questions.