Income Fund I
1.) Strategic Holdings Income Fund Private Placement Memorandum: Strategic Holdings – PPM
2.) Subscription Agreement: Income Fund I -Subscription Agreement
3.) Proof of accreditation (includes one of the following):
- Accreditation Certification Form: Accredited Investor Certification Form
- Financial statements
- A letter stating accreditation from CPA, Attorney, or Financial advisor.
4.) Type of Funding:
- Make check payable to Strategic Diversified Real Estate Holdings, LLC.
Consider These Risk Factors Before Investing
The offering is being made by means of a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) only to qualified investors who meet minimum suitability requirements, as well as suitability standards as determined by your financial advisor. This material must be preceded or accompanied by a Strategic Diversified Real Estate Holdings, LLC (SDREH) PPM. Please read the PPM in its entirety before investing and learn more about the risks associated with this offering, including, but not limited to:
- Strategic Diversified Real Estate Holdings, LLC (SDREH) is a “blind pool,” as it has limited operating history and has not identified all of the properties it intends to purchase. There can be no guarantee that it will meet its investment objectives.
- This investment has limited liquidity. No public market exists for SDREH membership units/shares and one may never exist. There is also the possibility that even if investors were able to sell their shares, they may have to sell them at a substantial discount. Membership units offered should be purchased only by accredited investors who have no need for liquidity in their investment.
- There is no guarantee that investors will receive a distribution. Distributions have been paid from the proceeds of the offering, from borrowings, or from the sale of assets, and there is no limit on the amounts that may be paid from such other sources.
- There are conflicts of interest between SDREH and SDREH advisor and its affiliates, including payment by SDREH of syndicate and commission fees to the advisor and its affiliates.
- Economic factors may adversely affect the commercial real estate markets, including: changes in the economy, tenant turnover, interest rates, availability of mortgage funds, operating expenses, cost of insurance and each tenant’s ability to continue to pay rent.
- The strategy will not seek to diversify among a wide range of issuers or industries. Accordingly, returns may be subject to more rapid changes than would be the case if the strategy were required to maintain a wide diversification among companies, industries, and types of securities.
- Investing in a LLC may involve a complex tax structure, which should be reviewed carefully. Always discuss investments with your tax professional prior to investing.
- Leverage (debt) is borrowed money. It is often used to supplement or enhance the total return on an investment. However, it is also recognized that leverage, when used excessively, can have a significant negative impact on the performance of an investment. Leverage risks may include an inability to pay the interest from the cash flow from the property, rates that can adjust to higher levels, and the potential for default on loans. In an effort to maximize the performance of a commercial real estate portfolio, a number of factors are considered in evaluating financing options. Some of the more common factors include cost of capital, fixed versus variable debt, loan-to-value and debt coverage ratios.