Benefits Of Investing

Passive income is exactly what it sounds like; an investment vehicle from which you receive periodic disbursements without significant effort beyond after making your initial investment.

Although real estate has been a passive income strategy for a long time, actively managing an investment property can be very challenging. The demands of a property owner include negotiating the purchase, performing inspections, finding tenants, conducting ongoing property management, and responsibility for property maintenance.

While investors should always perform their own due diligence before investing, at 1880 Capital, every property acquired in our funds undergo our extensive due diligence process. This includes visiting the property to personally assess its condition, conducting market research to understand the benefits of its location, examining the buildings’ characteristics, and preparing proforma analysis for net operating income growth based on conservative assumptions. We provide our investors with a completely passive commercial real estate investment experience.

A strategy to
grow wealth

A value-added growth strategy involves purchasing CRE properties that we have determined will have a high likelihood of appreciating in value due to an increase in net operating income over time. What this means for our clients is the money invested in our funds are used to purchase high-quality CRE assets that produce steadily increasing revenue streams with the potential for substantial returns at the time of sale.

Access &

Frequently updated, detailed, and transparent information is available to investors at the tip of their fingers. Potential Investors can view and sign-up new offerings in our investment portal. Investors have access to current distributions, return on invested capital, K-1 statements, and overall portfolio performance on the 1880 investor portal dashboard. Investors can elect to receive notifications regarding upcoming projects as well as existing investment opportunities.

At any point during the investment journey with 1880 Capital you have access to our team for questions about our investment platform. Our goal is to provide our clients with absolute peace of mind when investing with 1880 Capital through our due diligence process and 24/7 access to information.

Why Commercial Real Estate?

Commercial properties are tangible assets that can lead to strong and steady cash flows and provide diversification in an investment portfolio. Commercial Real Estate investors receive advantageous tax treatment via depreciation as well as the benefit of a hedge against inflation.

What is a commercial investment?

Commercial investment is an investment in a for-profit enterprise involved in the buying or selling of goods and services, with the
expectation of generating cash flow.

Cash Flow

Cash Flow

CRE can provide a strong and stable cash flow. CRE investments are structured to deliver regular dividends to investors each month, quarter, or annually. But unlike stock distributions, Not only is the cash flow greater with CRE, but investors enjoy more favorable tax treatment on those returns.



To ensure stable returns when the market faces a downturn. Diversification protects against losses. CRE should be a part of any truly diverse portfolio. CRE has a relatively low correlation with the stock market. When the stock market plummets, the CRE investment may be unaffected. Volatility in one doesn’t necessarily mean anything at all in the other.

Tangible Asset

Tangible Asset

Real estate is a hard or tangible asset. This tangible asset may be used to produce other goods or services, which is reflected in the property’s price. Property values may rise or fall, but this tangible asset won’t go anywhere. Though rents may or may not be paid, but the property’s value will never go to zero.



There are tax advantages to owning CRE. With stocks and bonds, the investor must put aside some of their income to pay capital gains taxes. Unless the investment is a part of their retirement account or part of a ‘qualified’ plan, these taxes must be paid.

Inflation Hedge

Inflation Hedge

Commercial real estate is a hedge against inflation. As the economy grows, and more is charged for goods and services, landowners may increase the rent they charge. Growth in the economy means that people earn more money, so they can pay more for rent.



When the CRE asset has a mortgage with a fully amortized loan, the investor can look at each monthly rent payment as a savings program. The rent pays the outstanding debt and reduces the asset’s leverage. This increases equity, so the investor returns to the point of exit.

Co-Investing with a private equity fund

Co-Investing with a private equity fund

There was a time when anyone who wanted to invest in commercial real estate did so from scratch – searching for viable properties, managing them, or employing a broker. However, the JOBS Act 2012 has changed that.

How It Works

1880 Capital Purchases and Manages the Commercial Real Estate Assets

You Invest In
Our Fund and Receive Periodic Distributions

You Receive
24/7 Access to
Performance of Your Investment

We Sell the Properties,
Liquidate the
Fund, and Split Profits with You


Tenants pay rent

Tenants pay rent, usually monthly.
Revenue can also come from
parking, signage, etc.

Building expenses are paid

The real estate operator or property
manager pays building expenses
from the rental income.

Investors are paid

After expenses are paid, the
remaining income is distributed
to our investors first, then us.

Upon sale of the property, equity is distributed back to investors along with any profits from the sale.

Sign Up to Learn More About Investing in Commercial Real Estate Today

Ready to learn more about our Commercial Real Estate investment opportunities? Sign up for an initial consultation with our team today. There’s no obligation to invest, and our team is happy to answer any questions you may have. Whether you’re a seasoned investor or new to the world of Commercial Real Estate, we’re here to support you every step of the way.

Other Ways To Reach Us

Let’s start with a few details about you…

Let’s start with a few details about you…

Are You An Accredited Investor? Gnenerally, you are an accredited investor if ANY of the following are true.
- Average annual income over the past two years of $200k+ for individuals or $300K+ for joint household OR
- Net worth greater than $1MM (excluding your primary residence) OR
- You hold a Series 7, Series 65 or Series 82

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