A Bezos simple business strategy has attracted 100,000 investors: Arrived buys single-family rentals in emerging communities and lets consumers acquire shares of any property they trust. Investors gain passive income from rent as their shares appreciate.
Real estate gains have matched equities with half the volatility. For perspective, real estate prices in the U.S. have typically climbed between 5% and 12% annually. However, Arrived has a tight process in place that’s likely to tip the scales in investors’ favor and secure yearly rates on the higher end.
Data science and decades of experience allow the company to find single-family houses with the highest appreciation potential in hundreds of markets nationwide. To close the deal, local real estate agents provide hands-on insights that data analytics miss.
Subsequently, Arrived’s investment committee gives the green light to the most prospective homes, which are then placed available online.
Once the property is advertised, non-accredited investors can buy shares with a click and get a passive income stream without the hassles of renting. Arrived monitors each property, answers maintenance requests, and seeks new tenants — cherrypicked with the same discipline that goes into the property’s purchase to provide the most consistent yield for users.
Regular rentals, which offer consistent passive income, are offered in addition to vacation rentals listed on AirBnB and other websites of a similar nature, which offer opportunities for higher incomes. Both types of rentals are available to investors in order to satisfy their individual objectives.
Additionally, investors can reduce their exposure to the market’s volatility by diversifying their property holdings among the nation’s 27 distinct real estate markets.
When one takes into account all of these factors, it should not come as a surprise that Bezos has made a significant investment in the company. The firm received personal funding from Jeff Bezos the founder of Amazon, who contributed to both the seed round and the Series A round of funding via Bezos Expeditions.
On the other hand, he won’t be the only significant figure at upcoming shareholder meetings. On the About Us page of the Arrived website, the names of two additional prominent business leaders are displayed with pride: Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO of Uber Technologies Inc., and Marc Benioff, Co-CEO of Salesforce Inc., both of whom have invested significant sums of money in the company.
Over 100,000 investors have decided to enhance their portfolios with some of the most promising single-family rental properties in the United States by using Arrived’s straightforward purchasing process. Users are able to acquire shares with a single click once they have completed the enrollment process, which is quite normal for online investment platforms.