Real Estate Secured Crowd Investing
Real Estate Secured Crowd Investing
Intelligent Property Investment
  • RESCI - THE FOREFRONT OF REAL ESTATE INVESTING

    At RESCI, we're redefining property investment, making it accessible, secure, and rewarding for every investor. Our unique approach, rooted in the principle of en commandite partnerships, offers a transparent and low-risk pathway to property investment, tailored for individuals seeking entry into the real estate market without conventional barriers.


    Become the Bank, Secure Your Future 

    Imagine a world where you're not just an investor but a pivotal part of the investment itself. With RESCI, you step into the shoes of a bank, buying out bonds from our property investments and earning interest directly from these ventures. This innovative model allows you to enjoy the returns traditionally reserved for financial institutions, turning your investment into a steady, reliable income stream.


    Your Investment, Secured and Amplified 

    Every investment with RESCI is more than just a transaction; it's a partnership secured against real property. Our en commandite structure ensures that your investment is not just a number but a stake in tangible assets, offering security and peace of mind. With investments structured as individual project partnerships, you gain the unique advantage of choosing the properties you believe in, diversifying your portfolio on your terms.

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What does RESCI offer?

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Secured Investments

All investments are secured against the equity in the property, thus minimizing risk significantly.

Great Returns

Returns are calculated on specific property performance, and not a fixed percentage for a portfolio. We target a bond yield to you of 10.5% P.A. or higher, depending on property specifics.

Invest Your Way

You can invest in multiple individual property projects, spreading your risk across different real estate assets.

Lower Entry Barrier

As investments are pooled together to buy out the equity on the property, investors need not invest large sums. 

Current Performance of RESCI:

Current Investment Capacity

How much capital can we accept at the moment based on our secured bonds?

Partner Capital Under Management

How much money have we raised and is deployed on our secured bonds?

Average Return to Investors

What is the current average return on capital per year being paid to our partners?

How does RESCI compare to traditional investment options?

What are the 5 best 5-year bank investment rates for 2024?

Returns
Pro's
Con's
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Pro's
  • Safety: Bank deposits, such as savings accounts or certificates of deposit (CDs), are typically insured up to a certain limit by government agencies, which means your principal is protected.
  • Predictable returns: Bank deposits offer relatively stable and predictable interest rates, providing a sense of security.
Con's
  • Low returns: The interest rates on bank deposits are usually lower than the potential returns from other investment options, often not keeping pace with inflation.
  • Limited growth: Your money may not grow significantly over time, especially after factoring in inflation and taxes.
  • Illiquidity: Your funds are fixed for 5 years, with severe penalties for early extraction.

What are the average stock market return?

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Pro's
Con's
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Pro's
  • High potential returns: Stocks have historically offered higher returns over the long term compared to other asset classes.
  • Liquidity: Stocks are highly liquid, and you can buy or sell them easily on stock exchanges.
  • Diversification: Investing in a variety of stocks can help spread risk and potentially provide more stable returns.
Con's
  • Volatility: Stock prices can fluctuate widely, leading to potential losses in the short term.
  • Risk: There is no guarantee of returns, and you can lose your entire investment if the stock market experiences a downturn.
  • Expertise required: Successful stock market investing often requires knowledge, research, and ongoing monitoring.