Occasionally termed as the cash yield, "cash-on-cash" evaluates the return generated on the funds invested in a real estate asset.
The internal rate of return (IRR) serves as an annualized metric, encompassing the calculation of both cash flow and equity yielded throughout the entirety of the holding period for an investment.
This figure represents the averaged rate of return observed across completed GD Equity projects. Its calculations are drawn from the gains on the projects that have completed the entire cycle, encompassing acquisition, repositioning, operational phases, and eventual sale.
For every project undergoing distribution, we disburse quarterly payments through ACH, accompanied by our quarterly letter from the GD Equity asset management department.
Our investment duration varies. Generally, we aim for a holding period of 3–5 years, although certain transactions may extend up to 10 years. The holding period is delineated as the duration from the acquisition of the underlying property to the point at which the property is sold, and the resulting proceeds are distributed to investors.
Traditional Cash Investment: Opting to invest with after-tax funds allows you to fully leverage the depreciation benefits associated with real estate ownership, all without the responsibilities of becoming a hands-on landlord.

Self-directed IRA: If a significant portion of your net worth is tied up in retirement plans, you can collaborate with a custodian to transfer a portion of your retirement account into a self-directed IRA. This approach enables you to diversify your retirement portfolio by investing in real estate. We can provide recommendations for reputable self-directed IRA custodians.

1031 Exchanges: For those seeking to transition from active ownership of real estate into a more passive role, we accept 1031 exchanges into our projects. The minimum equity investment for 1031 exchanges is $1 million.

Capital Gains/Opportunity Zones: Clients who have realized capital gains from the sale of stocks, businesses, or real estate can explore our projects situated in qualified opportunity zones. This avenue provides the opportunity to defer tax payments and, in some cases, completely eliminate taxes on the proceeds from the sale of our projects.
At GD Equity, we maintain ongoing and transparent communication with our investors. This commitment is evident through quarterly email updates, regular asset management reports once a property is operational, and annual reviews of the overall investment portfolio. Moreover, our investors enjoy secure access to a dedicated portal, allowing them to conveniently monitor investment returns, agreements, tax information, and distributions.
An accredited investor is an individual meeting specific income and net worth thresholds established by SEC regulations. Accredited investors have the privilege of engaging in investments that are not registered with the SEC.

To be eligible:
  1. Your annual income should reach $200,000, or $300,000 when combined with a partner's income over two consecutive years, with the anticipation of maintaining or elevating this level in the current year.
  2. Your net worth must surpass $1 million, excluding the value of your primary residence.
Certainly! At GD Equity, our investment advisors are dedicated to collaborating with you in crafting a personalized portfolio tailored to align with your specific goals and requirements. Feel free to reach out to us to schedule an introductory call, where we can discuss your needs without any obligation and initiate the process.