Frequently Asked Questions

Who can invest with Equity Street Capital?

Any U.S. citizen (or permanent resident) currently residing in the U.S. who is over the age of 18 and an accredited investor. Certain opportunities exist for non-accredited investors who are sophisticated investors with whom we have a pre-existing relationship.

What is a real estate syndication?

A real estate syndication is a group of investors who collectively pool their capital with the common goal of acquiring real estate.

The purchasing power of a real estate syndication will typically be greater than an individual investor. Through a real estate syndication, individual investors are provided the opportunity to participate in large-scale commercial real estate transactions that they wouldn’t otherwise have the purchasing power to transact on their own.

What is an Accredited Investor?

An accredited investor is a financial and professional criteria used by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to determine who is eligible to invest in exempt offerings under federal securities laws. Individuals and entities are able to qualify as an accredited investor based on criteria including but not limited to wealth and income thresholds, professional licensing and financial sophistication.

What types of properties does Equity Street Capital invest in?

At Equity Street Capital, we invest in a variety of commercial asset types including: Multi-family apartment communities, retail shopping centers, and luxury office buildings. Click here to view our investment portfolio.

What is the minimum investment amount?

The minimum investment will vary depending on the specific offering. In previous investments, minimums have typically ranged from $75,000 to $100,000.

How long is the investment period?

Equity Street Capital focuses on investments that are intended to be long-term investments, held for at least five years. Our team’s aim is to execute the business plan and generate value for all investors in the property. This is because some of the most effective real estate investing strategies require a combination of both expertise and time to reach their full potential. We select strategies based on their long-term return potential for our investors.

How do returns work with Equity Street Capital?

Real estate offers investors a unique mix of appreciation and cash flow potential. Investing with Equity Street Capital offers its investors the potential to have quarterly returns based on their ownership as well as benefiting from the potential appreciation upon sale of the property at the end of the hold period (specifics may vary depending on the business plan for each investment).

What are the tax benefits of investing in commercial real estate?

We recommend checking in with your CPA to determine how commercial real estate investments would impact your tax situation. Our investments typically include significant depreciation at the beginning of the investment which is allocated to each equity owner in the property.

Can I invest with retirement funds?

We are happy to take investments using retirement funds as long as the funds are self-directed and the investment is approved by the custodian. Please connect with our team about specific investment opportunities.

Do I have to be accredited to invest?

Our team offers deals that are open to both accredited and non-accredited educated investors with whom we have a pre-existing relationship per the SEC.

How do I begin investing with Equity Street Capital?

Please email our support team at to schedule an investor consultation to learn more about investing with our team.

If I have questions throughout the investment process or the term of my investment, how can I get in touch with you?

As one of our partners, you can get direct access to our investor relations team by logging into your investor portal or by emailing

What reports, updates and tax forms will I receive throughout the hold period?

Full financial reports are generated each quarter along with written formal updates for any notable events. From a tax standpoint, you will receive a K-1 for your interest in the partnerships each year.