Become a reAlpha member for exclusive access to a premium portfolio of AI-vetted Airbnbs. We manage everything from house buying to housekeeping so you can sit back and enjoy hassle-free investment properties.Invest Now In our first property
What makes a good Airbnb? We utilize proprietary artificial intelligence, the reAlphaBRAIN2, to give us the answer based on 28+ data points. The output is a reAlphaSCORE. To-date, this technology has analyzed almost 1.5 million properties. Now, we're ready to use it to acquire at scale.
With our tech and artificial intelligence, barriers to entry have never come down quicker! Our AI platform, the reAlphaBRAIN does the real heavy lifting, analyzing thousands of properties in minutes to predict their short-term rental viability. Our real estate team then selects the winners.
Our team renovates each property as needed to get it vacay ready. We’ll optimize it through design and added amenities to maximize potential income.
With reAlpha's fractional ownership model, you can own a piece of your dream property in just minutes at a fraction of the cost. Simply buy equity in the property, just like you would with shares of companies on your favorite investment app.
Now you sit back & relax. We'll handle everything from start to finish to optimize the guest experience and your potential income. In short, you never have to touch a paintbrush, clean a toilet, or deal with an angry guest at 3 am.
Reap the benefits of passive rental revenue every quarter while your property appreciates over time.
Invest in real, experience real. That's our motto, and we mean it. When you stay at reAlpha properties, you get top-of-the-line accommodations with perks for our investor community, as well. So go take your boyfriend, wife, or dog on vacation. Everybody deserves a treat.1
Short-term rentals are more lucrative than traditional rentals (+70%*) and Airbnb needs millions more homes to keep up with demand.5 We’re the only platform giving people an easy way to access this fast-growing market.
reAlpha is revolutionizing the way people invest in short-term rentals. Our platform offers a unique opportunity for anyone looking to diversify their portfolio and benefit from the exponential growth of the Airbnb market. Backed by our AI technology and expert team, investing in short-term rentals has never been simpler.
Join the future of real estate investment and become a part of the only platform turning Airbnb's into an asset class.
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The 26 hottest proptech startups of 2023, according to venture capitalists
Alex Nicoll, AJ LaTrace, Kelsey Neubauer, Jordan Pandy, Daniel Geiger, Alcynna Lloyd, CatherineBoudreau, and Dan Latu
Mar 23, 2023
In 2022, the surging proptech industry ran headlong into a period of high interest rates and prospects of an economic slowdown, chilling growth in a sector that had fed off hot real-estate and tech markets for more than a decade.
Proptech investment tumbled by nearly 40% in 2022 compared with 2021, from $32 billion to $19.8billion. Startups had to reckon with lower valuations, stingier checks from venture capitalists, and greater uncertainty surrounding public offerings. This year seems to promise more of the same.
But that doesn't mean all of proptech's promises have fizzled.
Real estate and construction remain some of the least digitized industries, creating opportunities for tech-savvy entrepreneurs no matter the state of the market. For example, an increased focus on environmental sustainability is driving climatetech to the forefront of an industry that sorely needs it.
In times of austerity, however, these startups must focus on profitability over growth. Some will be mintedas winners of their segments, perhaps through acquisitions or the collapse of their competitors.
Climatetech and AI-powered tools are major themes of the proptech industry in 2023, just as they are in the wider venture world. Venture investors are looking for companies that can help improve housing affordability and serve the growing ranks of investors that need to manage properties and relationships with tenants.
And while commercial real estate undoubtedly faces more trouble ahead, institutional landlords need to keep track of their existing deals and plan new ones, with the help of tools from elite software to cellphone location data. Proptechs are there for that.
Insider asked more than 20 venture investors who focus on real-estate and construction technology to nominate the most exciting proptech startups in 2023.
Read more here: https://www.businessinsider.com/top-proptech-companies-startups-2023-3
March 20, 2023
ReAlpha, a real estate technology and investment company, announced on Monday the launch of a fractional ownership web platform that will utilize artificial intelligence (AI) to bring a collection of property offerings to investors looking to add short-term vacation rentals to their portfolios.
The platform will target vacation hot spots like Orlando and Nashville.
The first property to be listed by reAlpha is The Jasmine, a five-bed, 4.5-bath townhouse in Orlando. The 2,221-square-foot property is near both Walt Disney Studios and Universal Studios. ReAlpha plans to expand across the Florida market this year and then into Nashville, Texas and other parts of the Sun Belt, according to Jorge Aldecoa, president of reAlpha Homes.
Aledcoa said the goal of the new web platform is to “democratize” ownership models in the global short-term rental market, which he values at more than $1.2 trillion.
“How do we make this available to anybody, the regular individual who’d love to get into investing and just doesn’t have either the knowledge behind it or the capital to bring in 20 percent equity?” Aldecoa said. “It’s really about giving them that opportunity at a level that’s palatable for them, whether that be a smaller amount or larger amount.”
Under the reAlpha fractional ownership model, investors can buy shares in individual properties that have been sourced and authorized by reAlpha prior to being introduced into the market.
Unlike timeshares, which require the purchaser’s physical use of the property, investors in reAlpha’s short-term vacation rentals can purchase passive equity interests and still have the opportunity to receive quarterly dividends based on income flow and any appreciation on the property’s value...
Read more here: https://commercialobserver.com/2023/03/proptech-firm-launches-fractional-ownership-platform-short-term-vacation-rentals/
We just entered into a $200 Million Joint Venture with SAIML Pte. Limited, a Singapore-based asset management firm, to invest $40.8 million of equity into short-term rental properties. With leverage, the joint venture expects to invest up to $200 million in vacation rental hot spots in states like California, Arizona, Florida and Tennessee.
$200 Million must be our lucky number, remember that $ 200 million financing facility we announced a few weeks ago 😉.
reAlpha and its shareholders (like you) will retain 51% ownership of the assets under management in this new joint venture, and will earn customary fees associated with both asset and property management. We are excited to put our technology and team to work and quickly build a pipeline of properties.
Here’s what Bala Swaminathan, Founder and CEO of SAIML had to say:
In meeting reAlpha and learning about its platform, creative approach to marketing and mission to democratize real estate investments in a better, cheaper and financially inclusive manner, we became convinced the reAlpha’s value proposition is a game changer. We strongly believe that reAlpha has the opportunity to become a global leader in the vacation rental space, and look forward to contributing to its growth.”
But this is potentially just the beginning. Upon mutual agreement, reAlpha and SAIML may expand this partnership with an additional $61.2 million of equity to the joint venture. With debt, this potentially could mean up to half-a-billion dollars in total assets.
So, what does this JV mean for you as a potential shareholder? In addition to our traditional portfolio for everyday investors to become syndicate members, this JV will create a supplemental portfolio of homes; thereby increasing AUM (assets under management) and revenue – factors that determine the company’s future valuation. With this deal, reAlpha and our shareholders will own 51% of up to half-billion in assets under management.
Read the full press release here.
Proceeds will be used to advance growth of reAlpha’s portfolio of short-term rental properties
DUBLIN, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--reAlpha, an AI-powered real estate technology and investment company with a goal to empower everyone with the ability to invest in the $1.2 trillion global short-term rental (STR) market, today announced that it has signed an agreement with GEM Global Yield LLC SCS (“GGY”), a Luxembourg-based private alternative investment group, for a $100 million capital commitment.
This certainty of capital upon our public listing better positions us to advance the company’s strategic priorities on its journey to becoming a global leader in the vacation rental space.”
Per the terms of the agreement, GGY commits to providing reAlpha with a share subscription facility of up to $100 million for a 36-month term following the public listing of reAlpha’s shares. reAlpha will remain in control of the timing and, within certain limits, the maximum amount of each individual drawdown under this facility and has no minimum drawdown obligation.
Subject to the public listing occurring, the proceeds from this financing will be used to accelerate reAlpha’s investments in experiential and rent-ready vacation homes and for general corporate purposes.
“This agreement with GGY reflects their belief in our business, the strength of the asset class we target, and the enormous opportunity tied to helping democratize the short-term rental economy,” said Giri Devanur, CEO of reAlpha. “This certainty of capital upon our public listing better positions us to advance the company’s strategic priorities on its journey to becoming a global leader in the vacation rental space.”
The agreement with GEM represents another strategic step that reAlpha has taken to position the company for long-term growth following the completion of its planned public listing. Over the last two months, reAlpha agreed to a $200 million joint venture with Singapore-based asset management firm SAIML Pte. Limited to acquire rent-ready vacation homes. reAlpha also secured a $200 million financing facility from Churchill Real Estate to fuel acquisition growth and announced a partnership with RARE Treehouse Resorts to jointly develop a first-of-its-kind treehouse resort in the United States.
reAlpha is building a digital real estate investing platform that enables its members to simplify wealth creation opportunities through investments in vacation homes while striving to deliver exceptional guest experiences. reAlpha sources and scores properties from the wholesale market using a proprietary AI-driven algorithm called reAlphaBRAIN. It then predicts the viability of each property for the short-term rental market, as well as the projected long-term value. reAlpha’s business plan contemplates eventually allowing investors to buy equity in specific properties, providing opportunities for short-term passive income generation via Airbnb, as well as equity-driven capital appreciation. reAlpha is based in Dublin, Ohio. For more information, please visit www.realpha.com.
Global Emerging Markets (“GEM”) is a $3.4 billion, alternative investment group with offices in Paris, New York, and Nassau (Bahamas). GEM manages a diverse set of investment vehicles focused on emerging markets and has completed over 570 transactions in 72 countries. Each investment vehicle has a different degree of operational control, risk-adjusted return, and liquidity profile. The family of funds and investment vehicles provide GEM and its partners with exposure to: Small-Mid Cap Management Buyouts, Private Investments in Public Equities and select venture investments. For more information: https://www.gemny.com.
DUBLIN, Ohio, November 01, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--reAlpha (the "Company"), an AI-powered real estate technology and investment company with a goal to empower everyone with the ability to invest in the $1.2 trillion global short-term rental ("STR") market, today announced it has secured a $200 million financing facility from Churchill Real Estate that will help fuel its acquisition growth. The financing facility was arranged by Jason Krane and Max Kra from Ackman-Ziff Real Estate Group, a boutique real estate capital advisory firm based in New York City.
This financing facility will be key to helping materially scale our portfolio," said Mike Logozzo, CFO of reAlpha. "With the ability to leverage capital from one of the biggest financing facilities ever given to a STR real estate company, we will be positioned to launch our syndication platform more quickly than anticipated. Moreover, having a single financing partner will help to further streamline the financing part of the acquisition process, reducing overhead significantly."
The financing facility provides reAlpha with additional financial flexibility to accelerate investments in experiential and rent-ready vacation homes upon the completion of its Regulation A offering. Through the use of its proprietary AI driven algorithm, reAlphaBRAINTM, reAlpha has established a strong and growing pipeline of STR properties and development opportunities that meet its strict investment criteria.
To capitalize on these opportunities, reAlpha recently hired former Invitation Homes Vice President Jorge Aldecoa to advance its investment strategy and expand the Company’s network of relationships. As President of reAlpha Homes, Mr. Aldecoa is responsible for overseeing the Company’s newly launched in-house brokerage, reAlpha Realty, which will represent and advise reAlpha on purchase and disposition decisions.
In addition to driving greater efficiencies and cost-savings, reAlpha Realty serves to expand the Company’s acquisition pipeline through partnership and referral programs with outside brokerages as well as home builders and developers. With enhanced operational capabilities and a sizeable financing facility, reAlpha is positioned to launch its syndication platform more quickly, helping to democratize the STR growing economy.
The partnership marks reAlpha’s commitment to building a diverse portfolio of experiential vacation rental properties
RARE Treehouse Resorts' existing installation in Vancouver Island (Photo: Business Wire)
DUBLIN, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--reAlpha, an AI-powered real estate technology and investment company with a goal to empower everyone to invest in the $1.2 trillion global short-term rental (“STR”) market, is pleased to announce their partnership with RARE Treehouse Resorts, a Vancouver-based company specializing in unique and eco-friendly suspended treehouses, to jointly develop a first-of-its-kind treehouse resort in the United States. reAlpha is in the process of identifying land in California to bring this innovative project to fruition, which will feature up to 10 “Free Spirit Spheres.”
“We’ve predicated our business upon data that shows the most viable short-term rental investments that offer the highest returns while mitigating risks, and we see there is real market share to be gained with experiential vacation rentals,” said Christie Currie, Chief Marketing Officer at reAlpha. “In 2021, the experiential home category experienced explosive growth, prompting Airbnb to overhaul its search function into ‘Airbnb Categories’. Through our partnership with RARE Treehouse Resorts, we’ll be able to bring a never-before-seen vacation rental experience to the U.S. and provide our future syndicate members and investors with a truly unique opportunity in this growing category.”
Per AirDNA, there were 88,000 new short-term rentals added to the overall supply in May 2022, leading to an all-time high in total listings. With new traditional houses and condos injected into the STR economy, creating more supply, the demand has only grown for unique stays or experiential rentals. Airbnb’s Q2 2022 earnings noted that nights booked for unique homes were up 80 percent compared to pre-pandemic levels. Tiny houses (+173%), barns (+160%), domes (134%), and treehouses (+116%) also saw particularly strong interest.
Currie continued, “These types of rentals require specialized asset management, which makes them ideal for a professional investor, like us, that can execute this strategy at scale. Having a community of properties allows us to streamline our operational efficiencies, and provide lodging to single travelers, or groups. What’s more, we’re finding that the capitalization required for experiential property investments calls for less debt, and less interest rate exposure, which keeps us more agile in changing economic conditions.”
RARE Treehouse Resorts’ existing installation in Vancouver Island is the world’s first suspended treehouse resort. Its state-of-the-art “biomimicry” spheres are suspended above the forest floor, with a low environmental impact design that’s built to allow conservation and tourism to exist harmoniously in eco-sensitive locations. The interiors of the spheres are climate-controlled, with surround sound audio, dimmable lights, a kitchenette, a love seat, and a queen bed amidst a fisheye lens window setting. What’s more, these “Free Spirit Spheres” boast an average nightly rate of $350 with an average occupancy rate of nearly 90 percent year-round. Their yearly revenue per unit surpasses $100k and there’s a year-round waitlist. These world-renowned treehouses have been covered by National Geographic, BBC, Business Insider, and more.
“We believe our innovative, suspended resort will be a tremendous success in the United States,” said Ben Vasdaz, Managing Director at RARE Treehouse Resorts. “We’ve consistently boasted occupancy rates greater than 85 percent year-round, with waitlists exceeding 500 guests. The spheres have reached national and international acclaim, all while showing that it’s possible to foster responsible and eco-friendly tourism. We’re thrilled that reAlpha sees that same appeal.”
reAlpha is building a digital real estate investing platform that enables its members to simplify wealth creation opportunities through investments in vacation homes while striving to deliver exceptional guest experiences. reAlpha sources and scores properties from the wholesale market using a proprietary AI-driven algorithm called reAlphaBRAIN. It then predicts the viability of each property for the short-term rental market, as well as the projected long-term value. reAlpha’s business plan contemplates eventually allowing investors to buy equity in specific properties, providing opportunities for short-term passive income generation via Airbnb, as well as equity-driven capital appreciation. reAlpha is based in Dublin, Ohio. For more information, please visit realpha.com.
About Rare Treehouse Resorts:
RARE Treehouse Resorts is the world leader in suspended spherical treehouse resorts.
We custom design, produce, deliver and install visitor-ready remarkable treehouse experiences in the world's most unique locations. The luxury spheres are designed to mimic nature, operate year-round in all seasonal conditions, and are built for 10+ years of operations. Our partnership business model also offers non-compete exclusivity zones. Rare’s goal is to save trees and encourage more people to get outside and enjoy nature. Our mission is to be the most recommended accommodation option in the world.
Our vision is for the conservation of eco-sensitive locations and for tourism to thrive together.
reAlpha is proud to announce our continued expansion with the opening of our office in Miramar, Florida, located between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, which follows the successful openings of international offices in India (Subsidiary), Nepal, and Brazil through investments.
Florida continues to lead the nation in dozens of travel and leisure-related market sectors and will be a primary focus for us in our initial growth stages. South Florida, comprising Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade County, is home to roughly 45% of the 21 million+ Florida residents.
The Florida office will be led by Jorge Aldecoa, newly appointed President of reAlpha Homes and managing Broker of reAlpha Realty. reAlpha Realty will be operating out of the Miramar office location.
President Aldecoa said “In thinking about our future growth and expansion - we couldn't think of a better place to be. As we begin to ramp up our acquisitions and associated acquisition pipeline; the expansion of our Florida team will include support staff that will assist with onboarding of new assets.”
We are incredibly excited about this step in reAlpha’s journey.
reAlpha, an AI-powered real estate technology and investment company with a goal to empower everyone with the ability to invest in the $1.2 trillion global short-term rental ("STR") market is pleased to announce the launch of its in-house brokerage, reAlpha Realty, LLC, a subsidiary of reAlpha Asset Management, Inc. (DBA reAlpha Homes). Operating out of a new office in Miramar, Florida, reAlpha Realty is led by Designated Broker Jorge Aldecoa, who serves as President of reAlpha Homes
The formation of reAlpha Realty serves to accelerate reAlpha’s growth by significantly expanding its acquisitions pipeline through partnership and referral programs with outside brokerages as well as home builders and developers. In addition to helping source STR investments, reAlpha Realty will represent and advise reAlpha on purchase and disposition decisions, driving greater efficiencies and cost savings.
"Launching our brokerage represents a pivotal step in our journey toward making ownership in STRs accessible to everyone," said Giri Devanur, CEO of reAlpha. "By owning more control over the entirety of the investment process, we are able to ramp up deal flow more efficiently and realize greater cost savings. As a top professional in the STR acquisitions space and an experienced broker, Jorge is uniquely positioned to lead this important initiative as we seek to build a national portfolio of STR homes."
reAlpha plans to materially increase its investment activity in 2023 with a focus on experiential and rent-ready vacation homes, and expects reAlpha Realty to play an important role in the process. Scaling its portfolio aligns with reAlpha’s long-term plan to democratize the STR economy by leveraging its proprietary technology to enable individual investors to purchase minority interests in its properties. In doing so, reAlpha is helping to eliminate the significant barriers to entry for individuals to participate in the potential upside of owning STR homes.
Commented Aldecoa, "reAlpha Realty will work toward establishing an even stronger acquisitions pipeline through a highly productive, mutually beneficial broker network. With enhanced sourcing and underwriting capabilities, we are able to bring additional expertise to each and every investment opportunity while simultaneously reducing costs. We’re excited to further build our portfolio of high-quality STR homes and we look forward to syndicating interests in these properties to everyday investors."
About reAlpha: reAlpha is building a digital real estate investing platform that enables its members to simplify wealth creation opportunities through investments in vacation homes while striving to deliver exceptional guest experiences. reAlpha sources and scores properties from the wholesale market using a proprietary AI-driven algorithm called reAlphaBRAIN. It then predicts the viability of each property for the short-term rental market, as well as the projected long-term value. reAlpha’s business plan contemplates eventually allowing investors to buy equity in specific properties, providing opportunities for short-term passive income generation via Airbnb, as well as equity-driven capital appreciation. reAlpha is based in Dublin, Ohio. For more information, please visit : realpha.com
View source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20221006005260/en/
Introducing the newest Alpha Human to the team, acquisition, disposition, and asset management expert, Jorge Aldecoa!
Jorge has been in the residential and commercial real estate business for over 15 years and has worked at some of the biggest real estate companies in the industry managing multi-billion portfolios. Jorge managed a $1 billion portfolio as Regional VP of Invitation Homes Southeast Florida region, is a previous COO for Firm Capital American Realty Partners, and VP Operations for Transcendent Electra. He also gained experience as Chief Investment Officer of Firm Capital American Realty Partners and Interim Chief Operating Officer for its predecessor.
When the reAlpha team first met Jorge we knew right away that he was gonna be a great addition to our leadership team. He brings the strategic vision, but he's also willing to roll up his sleeves and get into the details. He understands the roadmap as to how to get from where we are to where we need to be and has the acquisitions, financing, property management, and guest experience knowledge to execute. And he's just an all around great guy. Together, we are uniting our years of industry acumen to create something truly revolutionary.
To check out Jorge’s newest press release feature click here!
reAlpha has partnered with Entoro Capital as the company’s broker dealer for its Regulation A Offering. Entoro provides advice and services to a wide range of established and growth-oriented businesses around the world. Entoro provides financial and strategic advisory services which include Capital Formation (Reg D, Reg A+ and Reg CF), M&A, A&D, leveraged finance, equity/equity-linked financing, restructuring and recapitalization solutions.
reAlpha has partnered with ICR to assist with the company’s Investor and Public Relations. ICR was founded in 1998 by a team of former Wall Street analysts and has since grown to be a firm that’s integrated vertically by sector and horizontally across every communications discipline. ICR has a dedicated team of real estate specialists that bring a perspective built on decades of practical experience advising real estate firms of all kinds.
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The short-term rental market has been one of the most fascinating—and quickly growing—sectors in recent real estate history. Between 2018 and 2021, demand for Airbnb and Vrbo-style rentals in destination and resort locations rose by 25%. And it’s easy to see why.
The way we rest and travel has changed over the last few years. More people work remotely, so why not take those video calls from a beachside bungalow? Short-term rentals also offer space to spread out, which is ideal for families and travelers who want to avoid crowds.
As demand for these properties increases, so do prices. Airbnb rental costs jumped 35% in the past year alone. The traditional, long-term rental market may offer reliable profits, but short-term rentals can potentially yield 70%+ more revenue per property if they have the right qualities.
For investors looking to capitalize on this $1.2 trillion (yes, that’s trillion with a T) market, reAlpha offers a unique opportunity.
Seasoned, well-equipped investors may be able to seize this real estate moment. But most individuals don’t have the research tools, money for big down payments, or other resources necessary to compete for these properties.
That’s where reAlpha comes in. Its business model, innovative technology, and diverse partnership network streamlines the investing process for maximum potential. reAlpha lets syndicate members—the people who will eventually use their platform to invest in specific properties—reap the potential benefits without the legwork.
Okay, but how the heck does it work?
Like this: reAlpha’s patent-pending algorithm scans thousands of real estate listings to identify the most Airbnb-able (is that a word?) opportunities. The software uses AI and machine learning to quickly distinguish the properties with the highest potential for revenue.
But that’s just for starters. After closing, reAlpha completes any necessary renovations, furnishes the properties, and lists them on Airbnb. Then, it handles all the day-to-day logistics that come with owning and operating an Airbnb vacation rental.
reAlpha uses a fractional ownership model. That means that the company maintains 51% ownership; the other 49% is broken up into smaller pieces and made available to everyone on reAlpha’s broker-dealer managed app. And right now, reAlpha is taking its mission of democratization a step further and allowing anyone to become a shareholder in the entire property company, rather than just at the individual property level on the app.
The result? Shareholders and members experience potential alpha-level yields, with no midnight phone calls from renters who can’t find the wifi password. Members benefit from passive income from the rental revenue and any appreciation of their property and early shareholders can potentially expect VC-like returns over a longer investment horizon.
reAlpha founder Giri Devanur brings a history of scaled success to the table. Before setting his sights on the short-term rental real estate boom, he took his last company from $0 to $50 million in revenue and to NASDAQ—in just four years. At reAlpha, he’s once again putting together a team that is built to scale and succeed.
reAlpha’s mission is to make short-term rental real estate investing more accessible than ever before, and the company is dedicated to simplifying and demystifying the process at every stage.
If you’ve never seen anything quite like the reAlpha model, you’re not alone.
When you invest at least $1,000 in reAlpha through its Regulation A+ offering, you’re officially a reAlpha shareholder. As a shareholder in the company, you are essentially part of reAlpha’s 51% ownership, which means you have the potential to benefit from the combined performance of all properties through the company’s performance, not just one property. And once reAlpha’s app goes live, you’ll have priority access to additional fractional ownership of the reAlpha properties you choose.
But we’re not done yet.
With all this talk about Airbnbs, why not let shareholders experience the very thing they’re investing in? That’s right—shareholder-level investors will be able to stay for free at any reAlpha-owned Airbnb property. The more you invest, the more nights you earn.
reAlpha also believes that wealth shouldn’t be a barrier for investors who want to participate in the short-term rental revolution. That’s why it’s creating the reImagine Fund, in which reAlpha Tech Corp. will match 2% of the value of this shareholder round to support community investment, create up to $30M in real estate for underrepresented populations, and enable reAlpha’s workforce opportunity program.
How’s that for democratizing the real estate investment landscape?
The Airbnb boom ain’t over, folks. 10 million short-term rentals are currently operating around the world, from Toronto, Canada, to Tangier, Morocco, to even your hometown. And factors such as the rise of remote work are expected to fuel further demand.
reAlpha is ready to meet the moment—thanks to its proprietary software, top-notch leadership, and passion to democratize real estate for all.
Take ownership. reAlpha is seeking to raise $75 million, which will allow them to potentially grow the property portfolio to $1.5 Billion in Assets Under Management. With reAlpha, you can invest in the booming short-term rental market—and leave the legwork at the door. Learn more about investment opportunities with reAlpha today.
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The +70% was calculated using Zillow's listed monthly rents for specific properties in various popular cities (available at zillow.com on 7/19/2022) as compared to the specific properties respective annual rental revenue divided by 12 (to be on a per month basis) from AirDNA's Rentalizer tool. Information utilized for calculations from AirDNA (available at https:/www.airdna.co/ available 7/19/2022)
The +70% was calculated using Zillow's listed monthly rents for specific properties in various popular cities (available at zillow.com on 7/19/2022) as compared to the specific properties respective annual rental revenue divided by 12 (to be on a per month basis) from AirDNA's Rentalizer tool. Information utilized for calculations from AirDNA (available at https:/www.airdna.co/ available 7/19/2022)
4M hosts now on the Airbnb platform and millions of new will need to meet the demand: https://ipropertymanagement.com/research/airbnb-statistics
Airbnb listing revenue up 76.6%: https://www.alltherooms.com/analytics/airbnb-statistics/
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All statements, other than statements of historical fact, contained in this website constitute “forward-looking statements”and are based on the reasonable expectations, estimates and projections of realpha asset management, inc. (the “company”) and the company’s management as of the date of this presentation. The words “plans,” “expects,” or “does not expect,” “is expected,” “budget,” “scheduled,” “estimates,” “forecasts,” “intends,” “anticipates,” or “does not anticipate,” or “believes,” or variations of such words and phrases or statements that certain actions, events or results “may,” “could,” “would,” “might,” “will” or “will be taken,” “occur” or “be achieved” and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements include, without limitation, statements regarding our projected number of properties, revenues, assets under management, valuation, investment returns, expected customer demand, and the company’s business strategy. Forward-looking statements are necessarily based upon a number of estimates and assumptions that, while considered reasonable by the company’s management as of the date of such statements, are inherently subject to significant business, economic and competitive uncertainties and contingencies. The estimates and assumptions contained in this presentation, which may prove to be incorrect, include, but are not limited to, the various assumptions of the company set forth herein. Known and unknown factors could cause the actual results to differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. Such factors include, but are not limited to, our success in raising capital through our regulation a offering and through our planned subsequent offering to syndicate members, our ability to obtain the financing required for the debt portion of the purchase price of properties our ability to obtain the debt financing required to purchase properties, our ability to acquire the number of residential properties within our projected time frames, changes in demand, industry competition, legislative, fiscal and regulatory developments, economic and financial market conditions including but not limited to the current covid-19 global pandemic or future lawsuits. More information on the factors, risks and uncertainties that could cause or contribute to such differences is included in our filings with the securities and exchange commission, including in the “risk factors” sections of our offering statement on form 1-a. Many of these uncertainties and contingencies can affect the company’s actual results and could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in any forward-looking statements made by, or on behalf of, the company. There can be no assurance that forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. All of the forward-looking statements made in this presentation are qualified by these cautionary statements. These factors are not intended to represent a complete list of the factors that could affect the company. The company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, except to the extent required by applicable law or regulation. The reader is cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements.