Author: Equity Estates

Vacation home ownership is often considered by those looking for getaway time together or for a remote working situation with a different view. Still others look to luxury real estate as investment tool – one which provides a strong hedge against inflation and a haven from volatility in the stock market – especially during times of economic uncertainty.

If you’re considering a second home, are you prepared for all the research, work, and costs that can accompany such a long-term decision? Have you considered how much time you’ll actually get to enjoy it? Will you still travel to other destinations? Who will manage the home when you’re away?

Considering these motivations and questions, we believe Equity Estates provides a great alternative to purchasing a second home of your own or complementing other travel.



4 Differences between Equity Estates and Second Home Ownership

To start, let’s compare how Equity Estates greatly differs from owning a second home.

1. Location, Location, Location

When you purchase a vacation residence, you receive unlimited access to that home…but only that home. People who own 2nd (or 3rd) homes often feel obligated to vacation there. In fact, they tend to feel guilty for wanting to travel elsewhere. We’ve even had families that love variety purchase a vacation home, only to come back a couple years later and revisit Equity Estates. Their family members missed the ability to explore the world.

If destination diversity is important to you, Equity Estates might be the right solution. Our investors enjoy travel to dozens of residences around the globe in 25+ countries.

2. No Stress Maintenance & Upkeep

Owning a home isn’t always easy or as glamorous as one would hope – that challenge can be even greater for a vacation home. Unexpected repairs, landscaping arrangements, HOA fees, monthly utilities can be overwhelming from afar. Not to mention things like frozen pipes or hurricane preparations, which can be real nightmares. And if it’s been a while since you last visited your vacation home, don’t be surprised to spend your first day of vacation working on repairs or to find it dusty on arrival and in need of a deep clean.

Our investors enjoy the comfort, quality, and consistency they would expect from their own home, but without any day-to-day effort. Equity Estates homes are professionally managed. Plus, the actual overhead expenses of owning and maintaining our homes are shared amongst all investors versus on your own.

3. Service You Can Count On

Sometimes the hardest part of vacation travel is managing the logistics, research, and planning aspects of your trip. You are on your own. Before you arrive on vacation, it’s unknown whether or not things will be as expected.

Now, think of how different your trips might be with Equity Estates. No more making your own dinner reservations, no more spending the first day of your vacation grocery shopping. Leave the heavy lifting to us. We plan all of the details, we book excursions, activities, we’ll make the grocery run, and even private chefs. So when you arrive you start vacationing immediately.

We have dedicated Personal Travel Concierges to plan every detail, and Destination Managers who are experts in each location. Each of our residences also has a Local Host on site to welcome you…and who remains available for any emergency or other needs during the trip. Daily housekeeping is provided, of course, so you may maximize your time off with family and friends.

4. A Diversified Investment

We believe that luxury real estate is a great place to invest. But at the end of the day, when an individual buys a vacation home, they are still exposed to a degree of risk…because it’s still only one home in a single destination.

Choosing to invest in an Equity Estates fund gives you ownership in twelve homes across multiple destinations – domestic and international – with a defined path to liquidity. Of course, our investors stand to benefit from any appreciation of the real estate in their fund. We have designed a business model which operates on the belief that we should only profit when investors do, with a clear exit.



Similarities between Equity Estates and Second Home Ownership

Now, let’s compare some of the ways owning a second home is similar to Equity Estates.

Consistency & Quality

As a second homeowner or an Equity Estates investor, you get to avoid risking your time off. We know how important it is to have your expectations met (or better yet, exceeded). Our investors take comfort in knowing the quality of the home, the location, and the amenities will be impeccable every single time.

To assure our rigid quality standards, Equity Estates invests an average of $250,000 in furniture, fixtures, and equipment in each of our homes. Our investors can count on high-quality mattresses and furnishings, chef-grade cookware and appliances, luxurious linens, and immaculately kept homes in the best locations. Our investors are the owners, after all, and we know they expect their homes to be perfect each visit.

Enjoy a Well-Stocked Home

Nothing is more frustrating than arriving in a rental house and not knowing what items will be on hand. Will there be salt and pepper, basic spices, and shampoo?

Problem solved if you have your own vacation home…or if you’re an investor in Equity Estates. Each home in our portfolio is stocked with 85 consumables – from olive oil to tin foil to bug spray to back up batteries. Our investors travel knowing exactly which condiments, toiletries, and coffee will be there.

Click here to see a full list of Equity Estates consumable items in every residence.

Clear Path to Liquidity

With both ownership options – an investment with Equity Estates or privately purchasing a second home – there is a clear path to liquidity. Our investors appreciate that each Equity Estates fund has a defined period when we will sell all the residences. With second home ownership, well, that’s all up to you.

Learn more about Equity Estates

Overall, our investment model is very different than owning a second home. When evaluating which option is the best for you or your family, it’s important to consider your current travel habits, investment goals, and (most importantly) your available time for maintenance and upkeep.

It’s worth noting at least 40% of Equity Estates investors also own a second home, too. So don’t think you can’t choose both to add more variety to your travels if your financial situation permits it.

Are you looking for a consistently excellent way to vacation…while making a smart decision with your money? Schedule time to connect with our team or download our Fund VI Investment Overview to learn more.

Summer in the spirited community of Snowmass brings emerald-green mountain vistas peppered with a rainbow of dancing wildflowers. Miles of trails to get lost in nature by foot or by bike. Delicious cuisine delivered with the backdrop of live music, vibrantly colored gondolas (called Skittles), and blue skies. Gentle breezes of mountain air warmed by the sun carry the sounds of nature.

There’s something for everyone in this Alps-inspired mountain village. Whether you soar above the summit in a hot air balloon or float down the Roaring Fork River in a raft, Snowmass delivers. Not to mention, Snowmass hosts a plethora of summer festivals, live music venues and outdoor events.

We interviewed our Destination Manager in Snowmass for the inside scoop on the best ways to spend 72 hours in this lively mountain community.

DAY 1: Make Your Way Up the Mountain

“There’s no better way to kick off your time in Snowmass than in your backyard exploring all Snowmass Mountain has to offer,” said our Destination Manager. “Not only is the gondola ride up a thrill in itself, but once you arrive at the pinnacle, a mountain of adventure awaits.”  

Start your morning with breakfast in Snowmass Village by treating yourself to a sweet or savory crepe and an espresso at The Crepe Shack. The crepe batter is perfectly sweet and stuffed with a variety of fresh fillings guaranteed to surprise and delight your taste buds. 

Atop Snowmass Mountain, you’ll find an outdoor enthusiast’s playground. Experience an adrenaline rush with an exhilarating alpine roller coaster ride, tackle the challenge course, play disc golf, traverse a climbing wall, hike the trails or test your courage with bungie jumping.  

Snowmass Village is a cycling community that accommodates visitors of any skill level. Snowmass Bike Park offers access to 25 miles of perfectly maintained mountain bike trails, and we highly suggest giving it a spin. Our Local Host can arrange everything you need for your biking adventure from Four Mountain Sports. Take a guided mountain bike tour or explore the scenic trails on your own with the help of Bike Snowmass maps. 

When the fresh mountain air builds up your appetite, take a break with al fresco dining at mountaintop Elk Camp restaurant. Known for their homemade seasonal dishes and Farm to Table Tuesdays in summer, Elk Camp’s menu, open air dining and spectacular views are guaranteed to please.

After a long day playing slope side, immerse yourself in the views of the Snowmass Ski Area and the Elk Mountains from your home base while sipping a chilled cocktail or flavorful local brew on your balcony. Feeling a little achy from hiking and biking? Relax in the hot tub under the summer sun.

Your Local Host made dinner reservations at Il Poggio. It’s just a quick stroll to this Italian eatery bursting with ambience. ll Poggio employs a masterful sommelier who hand selects wine pairings that perfectly complement the chef’s creations. If you’re seeking a more casual dining experience, ask to be seated near the bar where you can watch the chef work his magic in the stone pizza oven. 

DAY 2: Scenic Drive to Iconic Maroon Bells

What better place to fuel up than The Fuel Cafe, known for its overflowing breakfast burritos and specialty bagels. Don’t forget to order an extra coffee to-go for your sixteen-mile scenic drive that will lead you to the towering beauty of the Maroon Bells. These 14,000-foot peaks epitomize the magnificence of the Rocky Mountains. Bask in their impressive panorama while relaxing on Maroon Lake or wander the 1.7-mile nature loop around the glacial basin. Many opt for the moderately challenging 3.6-mile Crater Lake hike.

After taking in the striking peaks and vibrant landscape of the most iconic 14ers in Colorado, head back to Snowmass Village for a bite at award-winning Venga Venga. You’re sure to refresh and recharge on their tableside guacamole, sizzling fajitas, and specialty margaritas. Located in the middle of Snowmass Village, it’s a front row seat to people watching, mountain bikers and more gorgeous peaks.

Spend the afternoon pampering yourself at the 7,000-square-foot Viceroy Snowmass spa, where we will schedule a massage for you. Decompress to the soothing sounds of the infinity pool and waterfall, or book a spa treatment. If it’s movement you’re craving, join one of the many yoga classes.

For dinner, you’ll step back in time with an unforgettable night at Woody Creek Tavern, known widely for its most famous patron, gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson. A visit to this iconic eatery is worth the short drive. The ambience is comfortably casual with delectable food, stiff drinks, and some of the most interesting locals you’ll meet. If your senses aren’t overwhelmed by the décor featuring thousands of pieces of memorabilia, they’ll certainly be enticed by the aroma of spices and steaks on the grill.

DAY 3: A River Runs Through It

We highly suggest getting your adrenaline rush with one of Colorado’s most coveted summer activities – white water rafting. Blazing Adventures offers an unforgettable half or full-day river rafting trip on the Roaring Fork River or breathtaking Glenwood Canyon on the Colorado River. Rafting adventures are curated to your preference, so brave the raging rapids, or take it down a notch with a slightly milder river experience.

Your tour guide can also outfit you with a kayak or a paddle board if you prefer to explore calmer sections of the river. And, if you’d rather swap your paddle for a fly rod, guided flyfishing for wild trout in the Roaring Fork and Frying Pan Rivers is a blast.

After your morning rafting trip, we suggest late lunch reservations at one of our favorites, Pine Creek Cookhouse. This is a must-see rustic log cabin nestled in the mountains with a cozy vibe and endless views. It’s off the beaten path but well worth the 45-minute drive if you have the time. You’ll fall in love with the gourmet Alpine cuisine featuring wild game and fresh fish.

Snowmass and Aspen are quaint villages with a variety of shops to explore. Spend the afternoon strolling through and picking up souvenirs, checking out local artisans or just taking in the sights. From distilleries to crafters to retailers, there’s something for every taste.

Your last night in Snowmass, we want you to experience dinner worthy of a standing ovation, so we’ve made reservations at Toro, located in Travel + Leisure’s award-winning Viceroy Hotel & Resort. Toro’s chef sources inspiration from Latin American regions and specializes in delicious grilled steaks and fish. Treat yourself to one of their specialty drinks, such as the Smokey Old Fashioned or Spicy Paloma. The Viceroy offers dancing with live music late into the night.

At Home in Snowmass with Equity Estates

Located in the heart of Snowmass Base Village, this lovely vacation home is the definition of ski-in/ski-out, and the convenience it offers simply cannot be beat. A second-floor gem featuring a full wrap-around outdoor living area complete with a sound system and heating, with two master suites and a bunk room, this investor’s choice is well equipped to host your family’s next Snowmass adventure. The home is near adult favorites like the Viceroy Resort restaurants, spas, trendy bars, and entertainment venues.

Your personal travel concierge will work with you to plan your itinerary before you arrive and make your stay effortless by arranging reservations for activities, transportation, and meals out or private chef feasts at home. Arrive to a fully stocked kitchen and bar with the groceries of your choice from the local market. Leave the details to us. With Equity Estates, comfort and luxury are yours.

Travel with Equity Estates for a unique and memorable experience. Fund VI is opening soon. If you would like more information about investing with Equity Estates, please reach out to our Investor Relations team at 404.445.8501 or  click here to join our Fund VI interest list.

Joe DiNoia is a devoted dad, gregarious globetrotter, and busy entrepreneur who runs multiple businesses from New York to Florida. Joe is always seeking new adventures with his partner Tania and their blended family of three teenagers – not to mention his extended family and friends. So far, investing in Equity Estates has been the key to unlocking many unforgettable vacations.

In 2007, the native New Yorker traded Manhattan skylines for Florida beaches and relocated to Fort Lauderdale where he and his family embrace every aspect of coastal living. When he’s not on the road, you’ll likely find Joe and his family biking, enjoying the beach, taking in local sporting events, hosting family and friends, or boating.  

Investing in “Remember When”

When Joe saw an ad for Equity Estates three years ago, he was intrigued by the possibility of having access to dozens of luxury vacation properties around the world. He was especially attracted to the idea of vacationing in large homes with private bedrooms for the teens yet common areas and amenities where everyone could gather. After his inaugural Equity Estates trip to Belize was a huge hit with family and friends, Joe knew he made the right investment. As he said, “Everything that Equity Estates promised, they delivered. And then some.” 

“The time we spend together as a family is priceless,” said Joe. “If your main focus is to really live life and spend quality time with your family, then this is a great investment path because it forces you to take a break from work and use your nights travel to beautiful homes in incredible places with people you love. Every home we’ve visited has far exceeded our expectations. Everything is top of the line.”   

Joe and his family also appreciate the personal touch Equity Estates provides every step of the way with his dedicated personal travel concierge and each local host’s thorough trip planning. “Instead of spending hours on Yelp or Google researching what to do and where to do it, we’re enjoying ourselves because everything is planned down to the cab ride. If your plans change, you text a local host, and it’s taken care of.”  

Favorite Places to Invest in Time with Family & Friends

When asked if he thought any of the Equity Estates residences were underrated, Joe said, “My girls had the best time in the Dominican Republic home.” The Punta Cana Resort & Club home is staffed around the clock so Joe could focus on family, and his girls loved commuting to dinner in the golf carts and soaking up the sun in the pool and spa.  

As Joe frequently returns to New York, he’s found the Equity Estates apartments in Manhattan are a fantastic alternative to hotels. The kids aren’t in separate hotel rooms and instead of congregating in lobbies, the family has plenty of space to stretch out, dine together and relax. 

Joe’s most recent trip to Playa Palmilla in Los Cabos may so far be his favorite. “I have to say it’s one of the most breathtaking properties and places I’ve ever been.” Joe got up early every day to watch the sun rise from the patio and take in a front row seat to the whales swimming in the Sea of Cortez.

Next Stop on the Equity Estates Destination Map?

While Joe’s ticked an impressive number of residence boxes from the Equity Estates portfolio, he has a laundry list of destinations he’s excited to share with his loved ones. Turks & Caicos, Tuscany, and the new Caribbean properties are all in his sights. And while Joe would love to spend a summer vacation in the mountains, he can’t quite convince his girls to give up their beach vacations just yet. Which is why a return to Playa Palmilla is already in the works. 

When asked how Joe would describe his investment with Equity Estates to colleagues, his answer was, “It’s priceless so far.”

More and more, families and larger groups are finding it appealing to rent a villa or house rather than staying in a hotel while on vacation. After all, villa rentals offer privacy, space, and additional conveniences like a kitchen, private pool, and outdoor living area. While villa rentals can feel like a smart option, you don’t always know exactly what you’re booking until you arrive. Equity Estates provides a more comfortable and reliable way to enjoy vacation time together.



5 Differences between Equity Estates and Villa Rentals

To start, let’s compare how Equity Estates greatly differs from a villa rental.

1. Consistency & Quality

Rental homes can be nice. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon to get less than what you were expecting. The pictures you see on rental websites (think Airbnb, VRBO) don’t always accurately depict reality. It’s not uncommon to arrive and feel disappointed because the quality of furnishings, surroundings, or accommodations are subpar. Rental homes are often stocked with inferior products with little concern for comfort or extravagance.

Are you interested in playing vacation home roulette with your next vacation?

At Equity Estates, we know how important it is to have your expectations met (or better yet, exceeded). Our investors know the quality of the home, the location, and the amenities will be impeccable every single time.

To ensure our rigid quality standards, Equity Estates invests an average of $250,000 in furniture, fixtures, and equipment in each of our luxury vacation homes. Equity Estates investors can count on high-quality mattresses and furnishings, chef-grade cookware and appliances, luxurious linens, and immaculately kept homes in the best locations. Our investors are the owners, after all, and we know they expect their homes to be perfect each visit.

2. More Bang for Your Buck

You might find luxury vacation homes similar to Equity Estates residences listed on public rental websites, where they command anywhere from $1,500 to $6,000 per night. If you are interested, we can share several examples of comparable rentals.

As an Equity Estates investor, you can save 50-75% annually compared to renting premium vacation properties.

We don’t rent our homes to the public. Instead, they are exclusively available for investor use, who simply share pass-through maintenance expenses without any markup. The actual cost is approximately $1,220 per night for investors. This includes all annual shared costs and asset management fees. There are no additional booking fees or hidden taxes. We believe in cost certainty and transparency, so you can feel great about the value you are getting for your dollars.

3. Service You Can Count On

Sometimes the hardest part of vacation travel is managing the logistics and planning. Good luck finding help with this kind of service with a villa rental.

Equity Estates takes care of everything we can before and during the trip – so our investors are able to truly relax during their vacation. We have dedicated Personal Travel Concierges to plan every detail, and Destination Managers who are experts in each location.

Think of how different your trips might be with pre-arrival grocery shopping and rental cars or shuttle services arranged for you. Excursions, activities, and even private chefs are all scheduled on your behalf. Each of our residences has a Local Host on site to welcome you… and who remains available for any emergency or other needs during the trip. Daily housekeeping is provided so investors can enjoy activities with family and friends during their time off.

4. A Diversified Investment

As we’ve already mentioned, villa rentals can work out well. But at the end of the day, you are still helping someone else pay their mortgage and utility bills instead of investing in a portfolio of a dozen luxury vacation homes.

Equity Estates investors own the residences in their portfolio. They stand to benefit from any appreciation of the real estate in their fund. We have designed a business model which operates on the belief that we should only profit when investors do, with a clearly defined exit.

5. Enjoy a Well-Stocked Home

Nothing is more frustrating than arriving in a rental house and not knowing what items will be on hand. Will there be salt and pepper, basic spices, and shampoo? Each home in the Equity Estates portfolio is stocked with 85 consumables – from olive oil to tin foil to bug spray to batteries – so our investors can travel easily knowing exactly which condiments, toiletries, and coffee will be there.

Click here to see a full list of Equity Estates consumable items in every residence.



Similarities between Equity Estates and Villa Rentals

Now, let’s compare some of the ways villa rentals are similar to Equity Estates.

Vacation with Privacy, Space and Access to Amenities

Both villa rentals and Equity Estates provide travelers the opportunity to enjoy privacy and space to relax during their vacations. Many families (especially those with young children) or those who enjoy multi-generational travel love the comfort and ease of traveling to a private home with a kitchen, separate bedrooms, shared common areas, and outdoor space.

Private homes also often offer access to high-quality amenities like pools or hot tubs, access to fitness centers, golf courses, or tennis clubs, and more.

Explore the World

If destination diversity is important to you, both Equity Estates and villa rental solutions are far better than alternatives like second home ownership or fractionals. Our investors enjoy travel to dozens of residences around the globe in 25+ countries. Mountains, beach, city, or leisure. Where do you want to go?

Click here to see a list of Equity Estates destinations you can explore.

Learn more about Equity Estates

Overall, our investment model is very different than villa rentals. When evaluating which option is the best for you or your family, it’s important to consider your current travel habits and investment goals.

Are you looking for a consistently excellent way to vacation…while making a smart decision with your money? 

Schedule time to connect with our team to download our Fund V Investment Overview.

The Maroutsos family craves adventure – and Equity Estates delivers just that. The family of five currently resides in Southern California, but they spent more than seven years living in Sydney, Australia. Nick Maroutsos shared with us that during their time in Sydney, his family caught the travel bug and furthered their passions to learning about new cultures and areas.

When the Maroutsos family returned to the states, Nick and his wife Nicole wanted to keep up their traveling, but as their three kids were growing older, the family started to realize how much of a hassle it was to stay in a hotel. Do you book two rooms? What happens when your toddler isn’t hungry, and you need to pay for the whole breakfast buffet just for them to have a piece of toast? The struggles like these motivated Nick and his family to explore other vacation alternatives, and that’s when a friend of theirs introduced them to Equity Estates.

Investing in Time Together

Since they initially invested in 2015, their kids have grown up and are now ages 15, 13, and 10. More than ever, the family appreciates the time together for dedicated travel each year. Nick confided he was initially concerned about being able to use all his included Equity Estates nights. As it turns out, there hasn’t been a year when they didn’t have to purchase extra additional access. From a special anniversary in Napa to milestone birthdays in Cabo – Equity Estates has been a part of their family’s most cherished memories.

One reason why the Maroutsos family has been able to utilize all their nights (and more) is because traveling with Equity Estates reduces the mental stress of planning all the logistics. “It’s the ability to free your mind of the administrative components of booking, getting there, navigating the house. It’s having someone there to greet you.” They appreciate the level of comfortability when traveling to one of our residences because they, “just know it will be great” and appreciate knowing that they will have staff on hand if anything comes up. They particularly love visiting our home in Puerto Los Cabos. It’s only a few hours between their California home and a pool side drink and they typically visit the residence a few times a year.

Favorite Portfolio Residences

The most underrated residence in our portfolio? “We’ve never been disappointed in any of the ski houses, but Las Catalinas, Costa Rica never seems to get the attention that it deserves. That home will always hold a special place in our hearts.” From the Maroutsos’ family perspective, though, Las Catalinas can be summarized in that this beautiful hillside community allows you to be immediately immersed in Costa Rica in a very safe area with no shortage of amenities and activities to do together. (For more information on this residence, check out our recent Residence Highlight.)

As their kids are getting older and more involved in sports and other activities, locking down travel schedules is getting more complicated. Nick and Nicole are very aware that the time together is fleeting. They love how Equity Estates is helping their family maximize memories together during these formative years in their children’s life. Next up? The whole family is looking forward to spending Independence Day in Park City.

Have you come across the fractional ownership or co-ownership investment model in your search? Fractionals have gained a lot of attention in recent years. While fractionals might seem like a viable solution for some families, investors with Equity Estates have been enjoying the benefits of our unique model and ownership structure for more than fifteen years.



3 Differences between Equity Estates and Fractionals

To start, let’s compare how Equity Estates greatly differs from a fractional model.

1. Variety of places to vacation

With Equity Estates, our investors have access to travel to all of the residences throughout our entire portfolio, not just a single home. Portfolio access means that our investors enjoy dozens of residences in more than 25 different countries across the globe. In comparison, traditional fractional ownership method owners will have a part ownership share in one specific residence, which means that their vacations will be limited to this one residence. Some fractionals claim access to other homes, but users will often find availability limited to off-season dates.

2. A clear path to liquidity

Another key difference is Equity Estates funds have a predefined divestment timeframe, which means there is a very clear and defined path to liquidity from the beginning of the investment. Our funds typically have a life of around 10 years before we start to liquidate and sell the homes, returning investors first their initial investment, and then 80% of the profits thereafter. For fractional owners, when/if they decide to sell their investment, there is no guarantee when the sale will happen or how long it will take. It could be a competitive landscape depending on how many fractional owners want to liquidate at a given time. Finding a specific buyer who might enjoy your specific weeks may take time.

3. Investment value

The investment value can also differ greatly between these models. Equity Estates focuses on $2 to $5 million dollar homes in top performing luxury vacation markets. Historically these assets have performed quite well. Conversely, fractionals have not historically been the best investment with limited liquidity options as well as a much smaller market and buying audience.



Similarities between Equity Estates and Fractionals

Now, let’s compare some of the ways fractional ownership is similar to Equity Estates.

No-stress maintenance

When compared to second home ownership, both fractional ownership and an investment with Equity Estates offer a way to enjoy a residence without the stress and responsibilities of dealing with maintenance issues. In both models, maintenance costs are shared, creating less financial and emotional burden to the owners.

Allocated annual nights

Equity Estates and fractional ownership models also have annual night allocations. Unlike a private residence, ownership is shared, and advance bookings and annual nightly allocations keep access equitable amongst owners.

Cost savings on overhead

Unless they are within a short drive of your primary residence, we’ve found that most vacation homes only get used a few weeks out of the year. Both Equity Estates and fractionals facilitate sharing the overhead cost of maintaining a home along with taxes and insurance. It’s a smart financial choice to keep your dollars working for you.

Learn more about Equity Estates

Overall, our investment model is very different than fractional ownership. When evaluating which option is the best for you or your family, it’s important to consider your current travel habits and investment goals.

Are you interested in learning more about our investment model? Fund V is currently open, and now is a great time to connect with a member of our Investor Relations team to learn why so many of our Fund I investors are already re-investing with Fund V.

Schedule time to connect with our team to download our Fund V Investment Overview.