AMR REIT, INC. (AMR) is a private real estate investment trust (REIT) designed to provide Shareholders with predictable, tax-sheltered cash flow, and generate attractive total returns via investment in a diversified portfolio of multifamily apartment communities. The REIT was founded by the same principals who previously founded AMR Capital, a real estate focused hedge fund. Shares are offered to accredited investors via private placement, and new investors are accepted on a monthly basis.
REIT Portfolio Allocation - Depending on each investor's goals, risk tolerance, and investment time horizon, studies have shown that the optimal REIT portfolio allocation may be between 10-15%.
REITs have historically outperformed the broader stock market during the periods of high inflation.
From 1972 through 2021, when inflation was 7.0% higher - the average market returns were 13.4% REITs and 7.7% S&P 500.
- Effective and liquid means of investing creating a diversified portfolio of self-storage, warehouse, and industrial properties
- Distinct economic cycle relative to most other stocks and bonds
- Potential inflation protection
- Reliable income returns
Shares of Common Stock - $80,000,000 (Max Offering)
Minimum Purchase - 500 Shares ($5,000) at $10 per share
SHARE PRICE - The Shares are being initially offered at $10.00 per share, a price that was arbitrarily determined by the Company, until 12 months after the commencement of the Offering. Thereafter, the per share purchase price will be adjusted on the last day of every month as of September 2023 and will equal the sum of our NAV divided by the number of shares outstanding.
Dividends are declared and paid exclusively from net operating income on a monthly basis
- Based on present and projected cash flow
- REIT distribution requirements - aggregate annual dividend payments to stockholders of at least 90% of taxable income
When owed dividends, investors have the option to reinvest those dividends and receive additional shares equal to the value of the dividends owed.
- Compounding returns
(For example, consider an investor that receives a cash dividend on his shares. The investor fully participates in a DRIP and reinvests the cash dividends for additional shares. During the next dividend payout, the investor will receive more cash dividends due to the additional shares purchased through the DRIP. The cycle of reinvestment compounds the investor's returns and increases the return potential.)
- Ability to purchase additional shares at a lower cost basis
AMR REIT is an advisory firm and asset manager of private funds. Our website is for informational purposes only and intended for our non-advisory origination and servicing clients only. As such, nothing herein is an offer or solicitation for the purchase or sale of any security. Investors may log into their private investor account using their assigned login link. Deal terms subject to change at our discretion. Investments in securities and real estate involves substantial risk. AMR Capital is SEC/FINRA registered ERA focused on real estate investments.
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