Get consistent, tax free passive income with alternative investments in real estate. Here’s how:
Find out what your maximum contribution limit and available room you have to invest in a TFSA by logging into your “MYCRA” account.
Create a free account to get a tailored list of investment opportunities. Review the offering documents and connect with our licensed experts to discuss your options.
Open a self directed TFSA account with Olympia Trust on our platform. Fund the account with cash or transfer from an existing TFSA. The Trust will then invest in the selected offering on your behalf.
Receive updates and enjoy passive returns until the completed term or re-invest for compound growth.
Fundscraper generally earns an interest rate spread on the mortgage investments and these fees can vary project by project. We disclose all of our fees in the offering materials and investment summaries.
If you invest registered funds, say for example from an RRSP or TFSA, then the trust company who manages your registered account will charge fees for the transaction and account maintenance fees. We include the trust company’s relevant fee schedules on each project offering under the Documents section.
We are subject to a legal obligation to determine whether persons who are interested in issuer’s offerings are qualified to participate in them. When you create an account on our platform, we assess as part of our regulatory duties whether or not you are qualified to invest and whether the investment is suitable for you.
The “stock market” is public equity trading and no one can say for sure you will do better, however, when it comes to investing, conventional wisdom tells us that a truly diverse investment portfolio should include an allocation to private market investment that includes private real estate investment.
*Fees will have additional HST charged against the above.
A list of qualified investments for your RRSP and TFSA can be found here: Income Tax Folio S3-F10-C1, Qualified Investments – RRSPs, RESPs, RRIFs, RDSPs and TFSAs – Canada.ca
The principal differences are liquidity and availability of investment information. You can easily sell your public company REIT units whenever you want on the stock exchange with a real time value of the units; private REIT units have restrictions on redemption and transfers. Public REITs will regularly provide standard reporting information to you whereas a private REIT may have limited reporting obligations. Always review the risk factors of each investment offering in detail to better understand the risks of investing in private real estate.
Private real estate investment is too often overlooked in an investment world dominated by hedge funds, ETFs, Principal Protected Products, publicly traded shares, and bonds.
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