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  • What IRR do you project for your investors?
  • IRR is deal-specific. IRR is great on paper based on projections but no one has a crystal ball or knows the future. Knowing my cash-on-cash return day one based on the purchase price, the NOI, and the financing structure, Broadway Equities focuses on preservation of principle and value first.
  • What is the difference between cash-on-cash returns or ROI and IRR?
  • How does cash-on-cash differ from return on equity?
  • There is a difference between return of equity and return on equity.
  • Why should I invest in real estate through a private company, which I can’t sell tomorrow, rather than investing in a REIT, which is liquid?
  • With a REIT, you are investing in a company, not a property. With an LP investment, you don’t own a share of a company. You own a part of the actual real estate and that includes the short and long-term upside of the actual property as well as the benefits of depreciation and your investment is tax-free for the first five to seven years. With a REIT, you are vulnerable to the volatility of the stock market. And with a REIT, you only get a steady share of the return, not of the full return of the property. Also, properties with excess depreciation can carry forward to other investments for tax write-offs.