Who Can Invest?

Our goal is to make lucrative private real estate transactions available to people unaware of these opportunities. The best thing to do is schedule a call to discuss your specific situation, goals, and experience.

Some investment offerings will be open to accredited investors only. In order for an individual to qualify as an accredited investor, he or she must accomplish at least one of the following:

1) Earn an individual income of more than $200,000 per year, or a joint income of $300,000, in each of the last two years and expect to reasonably maintain the same level of income.

2) Have a net worth exceeding $1 million, either individually or jointly with his or her spouse.

3) Be a general partner, executive officer, director, or a related combination thereof for the issuer of a security being offered.

These investors are considered to be fully functional without all the restrictions of the SEC.

An employee benefit plan or a trust can qualify as an accredited investor if total assets are in excess of $5 million.

How much do I need to invest?

Typical multifamily real estate investment minimums start at $50,000; however, it can vary depending on the situation and depending on the deal. Schedule a Call to if you would like to discuss this more.

How do I get paid?

You will receive distributions on a monthly or quarterly basis from the property management company via checks or ACH payments directly to your trust/bank account, whichever you decide.

Can I use leverage with my real estate investment?

YES! One of the many benefits of investing in passive real estate syndications is that it allows you to utilize leverage without taking debt personally.

Is it possible to invest in real estate tax free?

YES!  You can set up a self-directed Roth IRA to receive the benefits of your investment absolutely tax free! Investing through other methods can still offer great tax advantages. Each investor receives a K-1 form (similar to a 1099), which is an accounting of the tax income for the year. It is not uncommon for a K-1 to show a “paper loss,” despite having received cash flow distributions. These paper losses can help investors reduce their taxable income. Talk to your CPA about how K-1 losses from real estate investments can help reduce your taxable income.

What are the risks?

Direct or indirect purchases of real property involve significant risk, including loss of value. In deciding whether to invest in a SAS Texas Capital opportunity, prospective investors should read the entire Operating Agreement and associated Risk Disclosures. Potential investors should always consult an investment advisor, accountant, and attorney prior to making any investment decision.

What are the SAS Texas Capital investment criteria?

SAS Texas Capital co-invests in each syndicated opportunity with a system based on our own recession-resistant investment criteria. We underwrite investment projects conservatively and only pursue projects that have the potential to double an investor’s money in five years.

When do I get paid?

All our investment opportunities are projected to cash flow within the first year, once the stabilization stage is complete. Usually, investors receive their first distribution 6-9 months after they fund their transaction.

Am I able to cash out my investment at any time?

Real estate is not a liquid investment. We typically underwrite a 5-year hold period for multifamily real estate investments.

Who will be paying the rent on my property?

SAS Texas Capital partners with experienced property management teams that have an extensive track record of performance in tenant selection and efficient property management.

Who manages the property?

SAS Texas Capital partners with property management teams that have an extensive track record of performance and experience in the field.

Are the properties insured?

All our properties are insured with insurance benefits designed specifically for real estate investors that cover most natural disasters, vandalism, and even some maintenance issues. The asset-specific LLC will also be named as the “loss payee” on the insurance policy so that the insurance company can reimburse investors indirectly if something happens to the property. Please remember that each investment property requires different insurance needs. Please see your potential investment’s Risk Disclosures section of the Operating Agreement or PPM for more details.

How will I be updated on the progress of my investment?

We will send monthly updates on the progress of the property renovations and operations as well as a Quarterly Investment Report which will include profit and loss and rent roll. You may also contact us any time for any questions you have or to schedule a tour of the asset.