We Invest In Multifamily
We Make Them Homes

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Passively Invest In Real Estate

Every day your cash sits in your IRA, 401K, savings or checking account, it loses value. Inflation destroys value. And with the stock market's ups and downs, it's hard to know how to build wealth for your future.

Real Estate is one of those asset classes, when bought well and managed properly, which will provide growth opportunities in up and down markets. The challenge is...flipping houses, running vacation rentals or managing apartment buildings is a TON of work.

At Clark St Capital, we remove that burden by using our proven investment and management strategies to invest in sound, cash-flow producing real estate on your behalf.

You get the income, appreciation and tax benefits of being a real estate investor, without the stress and hassles of being a landlord – all while having the peace of mind your money is in safe hands and working hard for you and your family..

How It Works

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Begin Here

Apply for the Clark St Investor Club (it's free!). It's a community of people, just like you, who are looking at passive real estate investing.

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We'll help you determine if passive real estate investing is right for you. We'll also provide you the resources to make a well-informed decision.

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When we find great deals, we'll share them with you. If you decide to invest, we'll guide you through the step-by-step process.

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Sit Back & Enjoy

Your work is done! We'll do all the heavy lifting. We will provide monthly updates and your share of the cash flow.

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"I'm Excited for the Next Project"

Investing with Clark St has allowed me to get involved in multifamily real estate in a way that I could not have on my own. By leveraging the market knowledge and expertise that they have to offer, I’ve been able to invest in very predictable, consistent projects.

My experience with Clark St has been great and I have found everything about them to be honest, professional, and first-class.

Jack F. - New Jersey

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Why Multifamily?

 Strong Returns

Institutional and private investors have long used commercial real estate as a backbone to their portfolios because of its historically high long-term yields (10%+), as compared to the stock market's historical returns (7%).

Real estate returns are more attractive than traditional investments in stocks, bonds and annuities, due to decreased volatility, lack of fees, and the ability to own an asset for 10% - 25% pf the value of that asset.

Inflationary Hedge

Institutional and private Investors widely consider commercial real estate as an asset class which helps offset the impact of inflation over the long term.

In fact, that benefit is regularly cited as one of the advantages of adding real estate to a mixed-asset portfolio of investments.

The ability to increase rents over time, while having a long-term mortgage which does not change, is real estate’s inflation-hedging "silver bullet."

Tax Savings

Similar to other types of investment property, multifamily rentals come with their fair share of tax breaks. These include depreciation, cost segregation and tax deferred exchanges.

These tax advantages enable investors to legally avoid (not evade) taxes on the cashflow and capital gains from their real estate.

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Frequently Asked Questions

 Who can invest in your projects

Currently, our offerings are 506(c), which are open to accredited investors. 

 What is the minimum investment?

Our minimum investment is typically $50,000 - $100,000, depending on the project.

 What is an accredited investor?

According to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations, to be an accredited investor, you must satisfy at least one of the following:

  • Have an annual income of $200,000, or $300,000 for joint income, for each of the last two years, with expectations of earning the same or higher income this year.
  • ​Have a net worth exceeding $1 million, not counting your primary home.

 How will an investment affect my tax situation?

As with any investment of this nature, please consult your financial advisor, tax advisor, attorney and/or CPA for specific benefits and considerations.

As a Limited Partner, you actually own a percentage of the property. This ownerships provides several tax advantages. The IRS enables real estate investors to expense a portion of the purchase price and capital improvements made to the property through depreciation.

Additionally, when an investment property is sold and/or capital is returned, investors can often take advantage of a 1031 Exchange, further deferring taxes.

 Will Clark St accept 1031 Exchange proceeds?

Depending on the offering, we may be able to accept 1031 exchange funds, but typically only for $1M+ investments given the added complexity and legal expense associated with structuring a deal in this way.

Please reach out to our Investor Relations team (investor@clarkst.com) if you have further interest.

 Am I able to invest using my self-directed IRA or other retirement account?

Yes! We can process investments through a variety of self-directed retirement accounts.

 How do you select a market?

We look at dozens of cities each quarter. Among 13 distinct market data points, generally, we focus on the markets with:

  • Population growth above the national average
  • Jobless rates better than the national average
  • Strong economic and job growth
  • ​Median income statistics (individual & household) equal to or better than 3x market rents

 Is investing in real estate risky?

As with any investment of this nature, please consult your financial advisor, tax advisor, attorney and/or CPA for specific benefits and considerations.

Real estate assets, like apartment buildings, tend to be less affected by recessions because people downsize into apartment living when the economy turns bad. Apartment buildings are self-contained businesses which operate independently of the stock market.

Additionally, apartment buildings are generally safer investments than single family homes because we are not relying on a single tenant to fund the operating expenses of the property (including the mortgage, property taxes, insurance, etc.). When a tenant moves out, there is still income from the other tenants to cover the operating expenses.

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Clark St Capital is a real estate developer and sponsor of long-term, high-yield, cash-flowing real estate projects.

Contact Us

415 Killingworth Rd
Suite 8
Higganum, CT 06441

Office: +1 860.675.5800

Acquisitions Team: +1 860.375.9060

Resident Support: +1 415.417.1656

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