Frequently Asked Questions

RealCap is a real estate crowdfunding company that raises money to invest in commercial real estate properties. You can learn more by visiting our about page.

Crowdfunding is the concept of raising capital (usually online) from a large group of people to fund a new venture, project, or idea.

Investing with us is simple. Just sign up and create an account, browse our investments and choose which investment(s) suits your personal needs, then invest and relax!

Currently, you must be an accredited investor to invest in our offering.

According to the SEC, an accredited investor includes anyone who:

1) earned income that exceeded $200,000 (or $300,000 together with a spouse) in each of the prior two years, and reasonably expects the same for the current year, OR

2) has a net worth over $1 million, either alone or together with a spouse (excluding the value of the person’s primary residence).

You can learn more about what an accredited investor is by visiting

Absolutely not. Our mission is to provide the opportunity for everyone to participate in our investments. We are hoping to have a new offering available to accredited AND non-accredited investors some time in the near future. Stay tuned!

Returns will vary for each investment, but we always target at least double digit returns for our offerings. To learn more about our projected returns for each offering, view our investments and select the individual offering you are interested in.

Distributions will be paid out to investors on a quarterly basis. Since investors are equity owners in the properties we acquire, they will also share in a percentage of the profits, if any, when a property is sold or refinanced. This percentage will be proportionate to the amount of capital that investor has invested in that specific fund.

We charge an upfront fee of 1% to cover marketing expenses, legal fees, closing costs, and other expenses incurred, and a 1% annual management fee. We also receive a 20% equity share in the ownership of our acquired properties, which means we have a shared interest with our investors for the properties to do well. This keeps us motivated to make sure that our investments are performing well and providing excellent returns for our investors.