Concreit is a commercial and residential real estate investment platform. We aim to redesign how real estate investing works to make it accessible for everyone. For instance, you can invest any amount, with no long-term commitment, and we pay out available profit as weekly dividends.

What makes Concreit unique is our platform and thesis. We are currently offering our first flagship fund (Concreit Fund I), which aims to generate cash flow while balancing private market liquidity.

How it works

  1. Set up your account by downloading the Concreit mobile application from the App Store or Google play store.

  2. Become an investor when you make your initial investment into Concreit Fund 1 [pro tip, don't forget to set up automatic investing with Auto-Invest!]

  3. Your money starts working for you instantly from the moment you invest. Instant Earn Rewards accrue the moment you make an investment. After the investment is finalized, rewards will be issued to your account. The result can boost your net payout for the week.

  4. Sit back, while the fund manages your portfolio for you. Your money along with all Concreit investors' money, is pooled together in a single fund. Through the in-app newsfeed, we’ll keep you posted with a project timeline for each asset.

  5. Compound your potential earnings each week, when you collect a share of profits in the form of a dividend. Dividends from cash flow are automatically reinvested weekly to keep your money working for you.

What you're investing in

Investors own fractional shares of all the properties within the fund! With this, you get the potential benefit of a diversified real estate portfolio without having to do any of the work on your end.

  • We invest in professional developers to fund acquisitions, development, and renovations of residential and commercial properties.

  • The fund will be investing in short-term and first-lien loans backed by real estate assets.

  • Our investment team allocates your funds into dozens of properties across the US.

More info on the portfolio can be found by browsing through the portfolio tab in the app (pie chart icon.) All the highlighted assets that you see are part of the investment portfolio. Investors should review the fund’s prospectus and understand the risks of investing in real estate, including the risk of loss and liquidity risk.

Whether you're investing for a long-term goal, seeking to diversify your investment portfolio, or building passive income, Concreit supports your financial goals.

Securities offered by Dalmore Group LLC, member of FINRA, member of SIPC.

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