Co-founders and friends, Jeff and Ian, promised each other that they would always be there for the big moments. As the years went by, this proved to be true – from graduations and celebrations to funerals and hardships.
While we value time spent working hard, we also believe our jobs and plans shouldn’t keep us from experiencing life’s most precious moments.
Our goal at Big Moment Capital is, and always will be, to help our investors secure the passive income needed so they can prioritize being present when it matters most.
What Sets Us Apart from the Rest
Simple: We invite non-accredited investors and our fees are low.
Historically, real estate investing has been put aside for those who had a substantial amount of money saved in order to purchase investment homes. Today, Investors can invest in Funds (like ours) that pool money together to buy real estate. However, most of these funds require that investors are accredited*. The ones that do open their doors to non-accredited investors often have very low limits for these investments**.
In addition, many of these larger funds are bureaucratic in structure – skyrocketing their fees, chipping into investors’ returns.
Not us. We allow younger, non-accredited, investors to obtain substantial shares of Real Estate far before they otherwise would be able to. Our boutique-nature helps keep our fees low, allowing for higher returns and more transparency.
A Strategy Crafted for both the Ups and the Downs
Wе аррrоасh Real Estate Investing like a sport. You need to have both an aggressive offense and a strong defense to win a championship.
There’s a reason why of all the ways the ultra-rich made their fortunes, real estate outpaced every other method 3 to 1. Our offense is appreciation. By investing in up-and-coming markets and in value-add opportunities, we expose our investors to the long term promise of generational wealth that real estate investing has to offer.
Our defense is cash-flow. By incorporating multifamily rentals in cash-flowing markets into our portfolio, we can hedge the financial markets and maintain high returns on a monthly basis during a crash.
*An accredited investor includes anyone with earned income that exceeded $200,000 (or $300,000 together with a spouse or spousal equivalent) in each of the prior two years OR has a net worth over $1 million excluding the value of the person’s primary residence.
** Regulation Crowdfunding securities sold to any non-accredited investor across all issuers during any 12-month period shall not exceed: (i) the greater of $2,200, or 5% of the greater of the investor's annual income or net worth