Real estate Investment Comparison
Wondering whether Arrived Homes or Lofty is a better investment? We put them both to the test to help you compare and decide where to invest your money.
Arrived Homes is an easy option for unsophisticated investors to access quality fractional real estate, but their lack of transparency around recouping investments is deeply concerning.
Makes it easy to invest in real estate with a well designed platform and low entry costs
Gives investors access to Class A properties.
Has an experienced team and has funded over 150 properties
Investors can invest as much as they like as long as it's over $100
Expected investment period is 5 to 7 years
Selling early requires an application and, if approved, incurs unspecified “penalties”
Typical rent yield of 3-5% per year is low compared with returns from other real estate investment options (typically 5-15% rent yield per year) and the stock market (average 10% per year).
Only pays rent to investors a few times a year – much less often than other real estate investment options
Lofty gives investors unprecedented flexibility with their real estate investment with low minimums, no holding period, and almost instant liquidity. Some knowledge is required to get the most of your investments, but they do a good job at providing necessary documentation to help investors make the right choice.
Secondary market allows investors to trade holdings with low fees from the day they buy them
Investors receive pro-rated rent payments in their account daily
Investors can invest as much as they like as long as it's over $50
Investors actually own the underlying property and vote on major property decisions
Investors from anywhere can invest in U.S. real estate
While buying new fractions and managing properties is easy, trading with other investors currently requires a crypto wallet (though this will not always be the case)
Lofty's focus on high cap rate properties creates greater cash flow but with greater risk for lost rent
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