Click on “Register Today” and sign up for an account. Once registered, we will send you a link to our “Accreditation Questionnaire”. We will review the questionnaire, and then determine your eligibility.
Once accredited, you will receive notification, and then access will be granted, via your online account, to all the documents and information necessary. Here you can review the Subscription Agreement, Prospectus, Operating Agreement, and more.
Now let’s put your money to work! If you have questions, don’t worry, we will be with you every step of the way.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- What are the benefits of investing in Commercial Real Estate through Landwin?
As commercial real estate advisors, asset managers, and principals co-investing in real estate with clients in every project, we understand how to deliver the benefits investors seek. These include:
- Working with a proven, trusted advisor
- Safety of principal
- Limited liability protection
- Tax-sheltered income
- Tax-free return of principal
- Tax-deferred profits
- Quality replacement investments through 1031 exchanges
- Monthly detailed property reports, for your peace of mind
These and other benefits are delivered through the suite of services provided by Landwin and its operating asset and property management firm, Landwin Management.
- Where does Landwin Invest?
Landwin has invested in properties from Florida to Alaska. We are presently concentrating most of our investments in the western states, Hawaii, Florida and the New York City Metropolitan Area. Our intent is to further expand our investment reach in the years to come.
- What type of projects does Landwin invest in?
Our focus is in the retail, office, industrial and multi-family sectors. By concentrating on diversity in the properties we acquire, we are able to better protect our investors from fluctuations in any one market.
- What is Landwin’s Investment Philosophy?
- Never lose what you have
- Always outpace inflation
- You make money when you buy
To learn more about our Philosophy, Click here
- How is Landwin different from other Commercial Real Estate groups?
Despite our growth over the years, Landwin still strives to conduct business with as much client interaction as possible. Our goal is to merge the experience of a major investment firm with the focus and personal attention to detail of the boutique business that we began 31 years ago.
- Who Can Invest with Landwin?
- What is an Accredited Investor?
Accredited investors are high net worth individual investors. To qualify as an accredited investor, you must meet certain criteria as defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Specifically, you must meet one of the following criteria:
- Earn an annual income per individual of over $200,000 per year ($300,000 per couple) with the expectation of maintaining such level of income in the future.
- Have a net worth of more than $1 million (individually or jointly), excluding the value of a primary residence.
- Be a general partner, executive officer, director or a related combination thereof for the issuer of a security being offered.
- Be a business in which all the equity owners are accredited investors.
- Be an employee benefit plan, a trust, charitable organization, partnership, or company with total assets in excess of $5 million
For more information on qualifying as an accredited investor, Click here
- Will I be asked to verify my status as an accredited investor?
Yes, you will be required to fill out a questionnaire.
Click here to fill out our questionnaire
- I’m not an accredited investor, are there investment opportunities available to me?
Not at this time, however we are currently putting together a program for non-accredited investors! If you would like to be kept informed, please register here
- What is the minimum investment amount?
For investments in commercial real estate to be meaningful, we usually suggest a minimum of $50,000. The Company / Manager may, in their sole discretion, waive the minimum purchase requirement.
- Can I invest through my LLC, LP, Trust or IRA?
Yes, you can invest through an LLC, LP, Trust, or an IRA.
- How will I be updated on the status of my investment?
Monthly reports will be available to you through the investor portal.
You can register here
- Who can I contact with questions about an investment offering?
U.S. Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 permits the deferral of capital gains taxes on the sale of property held for investment or productive use in a trade or a business. With a 1031 exchange, property owners can sell their real estate and then reinvest the proceeds in ownership of a like-kind property or several like-kind properties, thus deferring the capital gains taxes. The like-kind exchange under Section 1031 is tax-deferred, not tax-free. When the replacement property is ultimately sold (not as part of another exchange), the original deferred gain, plus any additional gain realized since the purchase of the replacement property, is subject to tax.
Capitalization Rate (Cap Rate)
Unlevered initial return from the acquisition of a real estate asset calculated by dividing net operating income (NOI) by the property sales price.
A structure used primarily for manufacturing, research and development, production, maintenance, and storage or distribution of goods or both. It can include some office space. Industrial buildings are divided into three primary classifications: manufacturing, warehouse or distribution, and flex.
Net Operating Income (NOI)
The income generated after deducting operating expenses but before deducting taxes and financing expenses.
A structure providing environments that are conducive to the performance of management and administrative activities, accounting, marketing, information processing, consulting, human resources management, financial and insurance services, educational and medical services, and other professional services. At least 75 percent of the interior space is finished to accommodate office users, but the rest of the space can include other uses such as retail, restaurant or fitness.
Retail is the activity of selling goods direct to the public. The retail center is a designated area where there are a lot of shops and sometimes facilities such as cinemas and restaurants.
Office Building Types and Sizes:
Low-rise: Fewer than 7 stories above ground level
Mid-rise: Between 7 and 25 stories above ground level
High-rise: More than 25 stories above ground level
Source for Glossary Terms:
The NAIOP Research Foundation, 2017