Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is the REVIVA team concerned that the US economy may be at the top of a market cycle?
A: No, we’re not overly concerned. Supply and demand dictates market prices, and there is currently an under-supply of Multifamily product in the marketplace which will persist for the foreseeable future. As such, we expect the demand for Multifamily product to persist well into the next decade.
Q: How does REVIVA differentiate itself when compared to other syndication groups?
A: REVIVA operates like an M&A company focused on buying businesses that are under-performing, under-capitalized, and under-appreciated, primarily multifamily housing. REVIVA is a professionally operated business by principal partners that have executed more than half a trillion dollars in transactions.
Q: Once I invest, how much money can I expect to earn?
A: While each investment is unique, our deal-level model targets investor returns of 7.5% cash-on-cash (distributed periodically) and a total ROI target of +81%. For example, a $100,000 investment is projected to return a total of $181,000 (includes return of initial $100,000 investment) including regular periodic distributions while we wait. These profits are projected to be realized when a liquidation event occurs (refinance or sale).
Q: What’s the long-term vision for REVIVA?
A: REVIVA aspires to build a portfolio of Multifamily investments across the Sunbelt region to provide attractive return on investment for our investors. As our primary business grows, we anticipate vertically integrating various 3rd party services in-house when it makes sense.
Q: How long until my investment is returned?
A: The anticipated hold times are anywhere from 3-7 years. Although the REVIVA team anticipates that investments may run full-cycle in less time, REVIVA reserves the right to choose when an asset is sold. This liquidation governance protects REVIVA investors and ensures that investments are sold at an optimal time for maximal profit.
Q: How are properties and locations classified?
A: Subjective rating system includes A, B, C, and D ratings.
A-properties: Luxury or semi-luxury, top of market rents. A-locations: Nice areas, near premium dining and shopping.
B-properties: Nice, well-maintained properties for working-class customers. B-locations: Quality restaurants and chain shopping centers.
C-properties: Deferred maintenance and typically poor management. C-locations: Lower income areas with minimal chain restaurants/shopping. D-properties: Poorly maintained and in dire need of immediate upkeep/renovations. Often high vacancy. D-locations: Almost no chain restaurants/shopping and almost always in very low-income area.