Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Getting Started

Rastegar opportunities are currently open to accredited investors only.  That generally means:

  • You earned income that exceeded $200,000 (or $300,000 together with your spouse) in each of the prior two years, and reasonably expect the same for the current year, OR
  • You have a net worth over $1 million, either alone or together with your spouse (excluding the value of your primary residence).

You can learn more about these requirements, as well as information on how business entities and trusts can participate, at this SEC link.

At this time, opportunities are only open to residents of the USA.

Yes!  If you have a self-directed retirement account, you may be able to invest through that account.  Consult your investment custodian and tax advisor for details.

Opportunities typically have a minimum level for investment of $250,000.

Acceptable methods for funding an investment are wire transfers and certified checks.

About Your Rastegar Investment

You will receive access to an Investor Portal, which has information on projects and status.  You will also receive quarterly updates and statements. If you have additional questions, we are just an email or phone call away.

Distributions are completed electronically and sent to a U.S. bank account.

You will receive a K-1 tax form.

About Private Real Estate Investing

One of the most significant downsides of real estate investing is that your investment is not liquid.  In other words, you must commit your money for a period of years.  It’s not like the stock market where you can trade in and out quickly.  Only consider making an investment if you can leave your funds invested for several years or decades.


While this is a potential negative, this can also be a positive. The investment requires you to commit your money for years to come, not days. As a result, you benefit more from compounding interest.

Not always. You must have excess money you will not need for several years. If you will need the funds in 5-10 years you should not invest in private real estate. Instead, look for a more suitable short-term investment.

There are several tax benefits through real estate investing. We have a short eBook with more information which is downloadable here. Always remember to consult your tax professional for specific tax advice.