Frequently Asked Questions - Peacock Capital Fund

  • Economic of Scale, the more rental units you have in one location the easier it is to manage the property or do maintenance and repairs which means less risk to the investor and typically a higher cash flow potential than single family investments.
  • Tax Benefits of Depreciation via a cost segregation study (always consult your tax advisor on your individual situation)
We intend to hold this investment opportunity for Five to Ten Years, depending on the market cycles.
  • Investors will received quarterly distributions on the cash flow and an equity share when the property is sold.
  • Your initial investment would be returned to you when you either the property is sold or if the property is refinanced.
No, we can allow up to 35 "sophisticated" investors into our Opportunity.
The investment opportunity  is on "First Come, First Serve" basis. You are advised to contact as soon as you are ready to get involved so we can confirm the investment opportunity is still available. You would then fill out the subscription form and wire the funds.
No, Peacock Investments LLC will handle all the day-to-day activity and you will not have any management responsibilities.
You are buying investments shares or units in the LLC and the LLC owns the building.
  • Class A Properties are often newer (likely built in the past 3-4 years), tend to have higher end finishes, amenities can include pools, fitness centers, clubhouses, etc and usually cater to higher end tenants who can afford to pay more in rent.
  • Class B Properties are usually occupied by working class people, such as teachers, public safety workers, government workers, healthcare workers, etc. These properties are usually less than 20 years old and built with mid grade finishes. These properties can be found in close in proximity to good schools, jobs, and local amenities.
  • Class C Properties are often occupied by labored workers, such as the service industry, construction, hospitality, etc. These properties are typically older than 20 years and can have great potential to add value to the property to renovate and make them look like new.
  • Class D Properties are typically in rougher neighborhoods, sometimes called war zones. These properties are also generally very poorly run - vacancies are very high, the property is in significant disrepair, etc.