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What is a Cityfund?
Cityfunds are the first ever index-like fund for a single city’s residential real estate market. By investing in fractions of home equity ("Homeshares") in top cities, Cityfunds has made it possible for everyone to own real estate in high-demand markets like Austin, Dallas, Miami, and Tampa.
When you invest in a Cityfund you immediately gain exposure to multiple properties in a diversified portfolio.
Why invest in a Cityfund?
Immediate exposure to multiple properties in a top city
Buy and sell shares of Cityfunds, like stocks in our app
The first fund to provide exposure to owner-occupied homes
Managed by a team with 20+ years of experience
What kind of returns can I expect?
Cityfunds have an average appreciation rate of 12%, compared to the S&P U.S. REIT performance of -2.9%.*
Investors can buy shares early and sell later – when the equity value of the properties has increased.
Investors earn quarterly dividends from realized returns on sales, payoffs, and rental income earned.
Join our community of thousands already building wealth.
"Invested with Nada originally and have been waiting for Cityfund to release! Excited to see the how the company will grow in the next few years- love the vision!"
"I’ve always wanted to try and dip my toes in real estate investing! This looks like a good way to get started and from cities around the county. Super excited"
"The Homeshare concept should be a killer deal in the Austin market because homeowner value has doubled in a decade meaning there is a huge amount of equity locked up in the Austin market. Austin is a top market!"
"Austin is a fast-growing sector for entrepreneurs to move into, which means there will be lots of new development and potential to benefit from the CityFund."
"To be part of a collective of investors in a steady growth market like Miami is definitely an advantage."
"interesting approach to monetizing home appreciation: aligns incentives of homeowners and investors!"
"Excited to easily invest in a diversified pool of RE. Looking for income & cap gains as a hedge to public markets."
"Real estate exposure to a hot and business friendly city. Interesting investment vehicle that could provide liquidity to homeowners and open an untapped source of capital"
"I like that it makes real estate investment possible to everyday people."
"Love the city, and love the process of investing in real estate."
"I invested because I believe in the Cityfund concept within the real estate investment space."
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What makes Dallas Special?
As the anchor of the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the country, Dallas is an ultra modern and sophisticated city that attracts worldwide travelers and businesses. Major industries in the DFW area include travel & transportation, technology & innovation, telecommunications, information technology, and agriculture. Major employers here include American Airlines, AT&T, McKesson, Southwest Airlines, Toyota, CBRE, Charles Schwab, Lockheed Martin, Texas Instruments, and the list goes on.
Dallas has become a very, very desirable place to live with a zero percent state and local income tax, ninth busiest home construction market in the U.S, a warm desirable climate, a passionate sports spirit, and a thriving food, arts, & culture scene and there’s enough here to keep everyone entertained. Geographically advantaged as well, for businesses and travel junkies alike, Dallas is located very centrally- allowing you to reach any part of the continental U.S. in less than four hours. Safe to say this real estate market is going to stay healthy for quite a while.
Why we picked Austin
Austin’s strong economy is supported by companies across a range of business sectors, from manufacturing to telecommunications. Major business clusters in the Austin-Round Rock area include business and financial services, defense and security, information technology and telecommunications and manufacturing. Major employers include 3M, Advanced Micro Devices, Amazon, Apple, Applied Materials, Cirrus Logic, Cypress Semiconductor, Dell Technologies, Flextronics International, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, National Instruments, NXP Semiconductor, Pfizer and Samsung Austin Semiconductor.
The Austin real estate market has become one of the most active real estate markets in all of Texas, if not the entire country. With a burgeoning technology industry, relatively low housing prices, and plenty of demand, real estate in Austin has become a bit of a commodity. The culmination of several indicators has made local real estate more desirable than ever before.
How about Miami?
Miami. The city, synonymous with its vibrancy and nightlife, is also well on its way to becoming one of the largest international hubs in the world. From surf, sand, and sun to a booming tech industry in an established financial and commerce center, the “Magic City” is a fitting nickname. Major business clusters in the Miami - Ft Lauderdale - West Palm Beach area include financial services, information technology, tourism and transportation, international trade, and media.
One of the hottest cities to move to during the pandemic, Miami’s real estate market is still hot and in demand. The party doesn’t stop here in the cruise capital of the world (according to Miami Dade County), and neither does the increase in home values. With no state income taxes, world class healthcare, and sunny weather year round- Miami’s heartbeat is heard throughout the city. The largest metro area in the sunshine state looks to be in a good position to keep on growing and making residents (and investors) happy.
The Perks of Tampa
Tampa’s economy is founded on a diverse economic base including finance, technology, tourism, and construction; and the Port of Tampa is the largest in Florida.
There’s steady job growth being created by higher-paying professional and business services. In turn, these business expansions are spurring economic growth in Tampa. The result is that there’s a rapidly rising demand for housing in Tampa and Hillsborough County, where Tampa is located.
In the last 10 years, Tampa has experienced some of the highest home appreciation rates of any community in the nation. Tampa real estate appreciated nearly 210% over the last ten years, putting Tampa in the top 10 housing markets nationally for real estate appreciation.
**Past performance does not predict future results.