1. What is RAD Diversified’s Corporate Structure
RAD Diversified REIT, Inc is a corporation formed under the laws of the State of Maryland.
2. What is RAD Diversified’s Corporate History?
RAD Diversified REIT, Inc was formed in Maryland in 2017. The Corporate Headquarters is in Tampa, FL, with locations in Houston, TX, Philadelphia PA, and Upland, CA.
3. Who is RAD Diversified REIT, Inc?
RAD Diversified is a nontraded, Public Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). Since we are not publicly traded, the value of our shares is completely unaffected by the day-to-day fluctuations of the stock market.
4. What makes RAD Diversified a company to invest in?
RAD Diversified has developed a proven, reliable system for investing in residential & multi-family properties in key real estate markets across the US. We not only focus on residential properties, but also invest in farmland, like our Survivalist Project, and commercial real estate. We offer Investment Partners the opportunity to invest in cash-flowing properties with substantial value-add opportunities.
- RAD Diversified has produced a 33.514% return in the last 12 months
- Return since inception at 47.8%
- 2020 36.7% annualized return
1. How much is being raised and what will the funds be used for?
The company has authorized the sale of $50 Million worth of Common Shares. To date, we have nearly 200 individual investors. In addition to the normal, day-to-day operations of our business, we use these funds to purchase real properties that fit into our business model, in turn building equity and generating cash flow through rental income.
2. What do I receive for my investment?
With your investment of $1,000 or more, you will receive a corresponding number of shares in our Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). You will become a partial owner of our portfolio of
properties. You will earn a portion of our rental income provided by our credit-worthy tenants,
and of course all capital gains in value and equity.
1. What big problem does RAD Diversified solve?
We built RAD Diversified around our industry-leading education program specializing in tax liens, tax deeds, and foreclosures in real estate across America. We expand, grow, and thrive, during economic recessions. We have designed our program in a way that allows us to maximize profits during both good & bad economic periods. RAD Diversified allows investors to realize the benefits of investing in real estate without the work of managing properties themselves.
2. What is the value driver for RAD Diversified?
Our ability to use multiple channels to purchase properties well below market value and leverage the knowledge and experience of our management team to maximize returns for our investors.
3. What differentiates RAD Diversified from its competitors?
RAD Diversified’s management team has the unique skills and experience to identify the best investment properties, estimate future value and repairs needed, and purchase these properties at prices well below market value. RAD Diversified also has the team in place to perform any and all necessary repairs, procure and manage tenants, and ensure the long-term profitability of these investments.
4. What is RAD Diversified’s strategy?
Today we employ a strategy based on cash flow with rents. The profit strategy is called: The
Compound Acceleration. We rehab, we rent, we leverage, we repeat. We will spend more money to find good deals than anyone else, obtaining more properties than anyone else. We buy something to make it better and we spend more money to make our properties more valuable.
1. What is our distribution model?
To purchase real estate/real property, perform rehabs where necessary, lease the properties, collect rents, distribute income as dividends to shareholders.
2. How does our company make money?
RAD Diversified realizes revenues from rents and interest on certain investments, as well as
capital gains from increases in the value of its real estate portfolio.
1. Why do we focus our Real Estate in our specific areas?
Where we invest, the cost of properties are not to scale of the economy in that area. We focus on economies that have advantageous tax lien and tax deed laws, that result in rapid growth and location maturity.
2. What is the market opportunity?
Difficult economic times drive demand to rental properties. Since we have been able to continue to purchase and rehab our properties, we are experiencing increased demand for our rental properties, which allows us to rent these properties more quickly, to better-qualified tenants, at higher monthly rental levels.
1. Has business been impacted by the Coronavirus?
In 2020, RAD submitted a COVID-19 Amendment to the SEC, allowing us to offer a 5% guaranteed distribution.
2. Expansion plans?
The SEC has extended RegA+ offering to a maximum of $75,000,000, upon hitting our current
$50 million cap, we will amend our offering to the new cap of $75 million.
3. Withdrawing Money?
Distributions are made every July and January. Due to our 6-month lockup period, in order to
receive a distribution in July, it must be requested no later than the previous December 31 st . In order to receive a distribution in January, it must be requested no later than the previous June 30th.
4. How is our Stock Share Price Calculated?
Each quarter we calculate the total Net Asset Value (aka” Net Equity”). The net Asset value is then divided by the total number of shares outstanding. This is the Net Asset Value per Share, which becomes our price per share.
5. How often do we receive updates on our investment?
There are monthly zoom calls with our CEO Dutch Mendenhall to give updates on the potential
returns as well as new properties we have and acquisitions being worked on.
6. How can I get More information about RAD Diversified and the offering?
You can view our offering circular at the link below. We recommend you read it before investing: Click here to view the offering Circular (dated January 2021)
Or you can click here to view all SEC filings:
7. What happens after I complete the online investment process?
Investment payments are processed by our Escrow Agent, Piermont Bank. Piermont Bank will be the name that appears on ACH and Credit Card statements. ACH and Credit Card transactions can take 1-2 business days to process. You will receive an email notification when your funds are received. Once funds are received, it can take approximately 1-2 weeks to process your investment completely. In some instances, we may reach out to you requesting additional information in order to verify your identity & finish processing your investment, which may increase the overall processing time. Once your investment has been fully processed and confirmed, you will receive an Investment Confirmation email with your Signed Subscription Agreement and Ceremonial Certificate. You are officially an investor in RAD Diversified only when you receive this email. If a couple of weeks pass by and you do not receive an Investor Confirmation email with your Signed Subscription Agreement and Ceremonial Certificate, please email us at email@example.com. We may still require additional information from you in order to process your investment fully. We recommend you check your spam folder first for any email communications!
8. How Many Shares are being offered?
Our current offering is capped at $50 Million, which would have been 5 Million shares at the initial price of $10.00 per share. As we continue to post earnings and profits, the price per share increases, which means that the number of shares available decreases. The price per share is
9. How can I contact the company?
You can contact our support team via email firstname.lastname@example.org
10. What methods of payment do you accept?
We accept payments using a Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Bank Account (ACH), Wire,
Check, or IRA.
11. Do I need to be an accredited investor to invest?
No, the offering is open to both accredited and non-accredited investors.
12. Is there a minimum and maximum investment amount?
The minimum individual investment is $1,000. Please note, there is also a limit on how much
non-accredited investors can invest, which is up to 10% of your income or net worth, whichever
is greater. There is no limit for accredited investors.
13. What is the difference between an accredited and a non-accredited investor?
An accredited investor is an individual who makes over $200,000 per year in income ($300,000 if combined with a spouse) or who has a net worth of $1 million or more, excluding their primary
residence. A non-accredited investor is anyone who does not meet at least one of the income or net worth requirements for being considered an accredited investor.
14. Is there a market for selling or trading my shares?
We are not currently listed on any trading market or stock exchange, and our ability to list our
stock in the future is uncertain. Investors should not assume that the offered shares will be
listed. A public trading market for the shares may not develop.