What does iCap Equity invest in?
iCap Equity invests in small-cap real estate primarily located in the Pacific Northwest. These investments include apartments, multi-family homes, and individual houses.
What is the investment classification that iCap Equity falls under?
iCap Equity is an alternative investment. Alternative investments are long-term, illiquid investments.
Do I have to be an accredited investor to invest with iCap Equity?
Yes, investors from the United States must be accredited investors. Accredited investors are defined as those with a net worth, excluding your primary residence of at least $1,000,000 or annual income of $200,000 for an individual or $300,000 for a married couple. The SEC U.S. government page can provide useful information.
Can I invest with iCap Equity if I am NOT a U.S. citizen?
You can invest with iCap if you are not a U.S. citizen. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about what qualifications you must fit.
Can I invest from my retirement account?
You can invest from your retirement account or register as any of the account types listed below:
- Roth IRA
- Self-Directed IRA
- 401k (rollover)
- Profit Sharing Plan
What type of updates will I receive from iCap Equity?
Investors will receive quarterly reports, a quarterly conference call, and updated monthly statements. There is also a wide variety of information available on our investor portal.
How can I get access to my investor portal?
You will receive an instruction email upon our receipt of funds. This will describe how to setup your portal login. The portal allows you to submit forms regarding a Change of Ownership, Change of Payment Method, or Change of Address.
How does iCap Equity distribute my earnings?
Money can be sent via ACH to your bank or a physical check can be mailed to your specified address.
Where can I obtain a tax form that is applicable for my investment?
Tax forms are available on the investor portal located on our website.