REAP Investors Club

The Reap Investors Club is composed of a group of accredited and non-accredited investors who collectively pool their investments together to purchase real estate properties.

What is an investment club?

An investment club is a group of people who pool their money to make investments. Usually, investment clubs are organized as partnerships and, after the members study different investments, the group decides to buy or sell based on a majority vote of the members. Club meetings may be educational and each member may actively participate in investment decisions.

What is the role of an investment club member?

All investment club members will receive a private property memorandum listing the investors risks and other legal documentation.  After carefully reading all documents, investor club members will have the option to select their investment plan (Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, or Diamond). After all documents are signed, the club member will submit their investment by providing a check or sending their investment electronically. The investment will be deposited into the REAP investments banking account, and all funds will be utilized to purchase real estate properties.  The administrative team will then contact all investors informing them of the new purchase of an investment property.  Lastly, after all tenants submit their monthly rents, REAP Investments will begin sending quarterly cash distributions to all of its investors!

Are investment clubs regulated by the SEC?

Investment clubs usually do not have to register, or register the offer and sale of their own membership interests, with the SEC. But since each investment club is unique, each club should decide if it needs to register and comply with securities laws.