Lack of Correlation

Because non-traded real estate returns are generally not correlated to stock market performance, you may be able to fortify your portfolio against market volatility by including commercial real estate in your investment strategy.


By adding non-traded real estate to a traditional investment portfolio of stocks, bonds and cash, you may be able to improve total returns without increasing your portfolio's overall risk profile

Attractive Income

Investors may like the benefits of net-leased real estate as it is generally designed with the objective of providing investors with a relatively high, recurring income stream.

Hedge Against Inflation

Because real estate is generally considered a hard asset, it may help act as a hedge against inflation in your investment portfolio. Should the U.S. enter an inflationary period, it is possible that real estate values will increase accordingly.

Investments in the healthcare property sector contain certain risks, including the fact that adverse trends in healthcare provider operations may negatively affect lease revenues and the ability to make distributions to stockholders. Please consult the prospectus for additional risks.

*Investments in direct real estate do not factor in expenses related to being a public company and the value of an investment in a non-traded REIT may not be based soley on the appraised value of underlying properties. Direct real estate does not reflect the impact of management and other investment-entity fees and expenses as well as those associated with raising capital, which lowers returns.