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What is Rhove?

Rhove is a real estate investment platform that helps you easily find and invest in properties through fractional ownership. With Rhove, anyone in the United States has the ability to invest in individual commercial real estate assets for as little as $1 per share in a matter of minutes without all the hassles that come with traditional real estate investing.

What do I get when I invest?

When you invest in a deal on Rhove you are purchasing fractional shares of equity interest in a property. This entitles you to distributions from any excess cash flow of a property when available, as well as any appreciated value in the underlying asset upon a sale.

Fractional ownership is the process of splitting the costs and benefits of ownership between many individual shareholders, making a high-value asset accessible at a fraction of the cost.

We achieve this through Rhove Real Estate 1, LLC, a series issuer of securities, qualified under the SEC Reg A+ Tier II exemption. Every investment opportunity listed on Rhove is a unique series of stock held within Rhove Real Estate 1, LLC.

All investments come with risk, and may in some cases result in a total loss. Returns are not guaranteed.

Who Can Invest?

Currently, anyone 18 or older that is a citizen of the United States can invest in real estate through Rhove.

What Types of Properties Can I Invest In?

You’ll find a variety of property types on Rhove that may include things like multifamily, short-term rental, office, hospitality, industrial, and others.

What is the difference between Rhove and a REIT?

Typically a REIT is a basket of multiple properties which are pre-packaged and sold to the end investor as a single security.

Rhove gives you the ability to select individual deals to invest in, and ultimately align your capital with the exact opportunities you believe in. We believe this will not only enable the next generation of community building, but can also be a pivotal advantage for investors.

Do I have to be an accredited investor?

Absolutely not! The reason we created Rhove is to enable anyone to invest in commercial real estate.

How much can I invest?

All Reg A offerings have different investment limits depending on your investor type. For example, accredited investors have no limits to how much they can invest. Meanwhile, non-accredited investors can invest up to 10% of their net worth or annual income per offering, whichever is greater.

What is the minimum amount I can invest?

You can invest for as little as $1 per share. It's that simple.

How does my investment generate a return?

Every deal is different, but in general your investment may generate a return when the property generates excess cash flow from operations in addition to realizing appreciated value during a capital event such as the sale of the property.

Returns are not guaranteed and all investments come with risk. Some investments may result in a total loss.

Can I sell my shares?

Although we don't currently offer a secondary market, Reg A+ offerings securities are federally unrestricted and can be sold immediately after purchase. In the future, we plan to enable the secondary transfer of shares.

Even if secondary trading becomes available, these securities may be difficult to sell, and in turn can cause wide-ranging price fluctuations.

How does Rhove select properties for the platform?

We have an extensive due diligence process that every property must complete. This process includes an on-site visit as well as collecting all relevant financial information including projections, market comparables, historical financials when applicable, etc.

Our role in this process is to protect investors from fraudulent activity by ensuring all material information is disclosed to them before investing.


Following our due diligence process, we then file the new offering with the SEC to seek qualification. Once the offering has been qualified, we make it available for you to invest on the platform.

Does Rhove own any of the properties listed?

Rhove does not own any of the properties listed on our platform. We are a pure play technology company that simply enables you to invest in these deals.

Every deal listed on our platform is owned by the Sponsor associated with the deal. You can find each sponsor on each property page in the app.

Does Rhove manage any of the properties?

Rhove does not manage or operate any of the properties listed on our platform. Typically the Sponsor will either directly manage and operate the company themselves or hire a third-party firm to do so on their behalf.

Does Investing in a Property Grant Me Access to Use it?

Investing in a property does not grant you any access or rights to modification of the property. Instead, you are entitled to the financial benefits such as cashflows and appreciation (should there be any) of owning the property in proportion to the number of shares you hold.

Remember, returns are not guaranteed. Any investment involves risk and may involve total loss of funds. Please do your homework and read all available materials.

Can I sell my shares during the offering period?

All subscriptions are final, and you are not able to sell your shares until the offering has been closed and your shares have been transferred to you.

What happens after I invest?

The fundraising process has two main components, time and dollars raised. There is a maximum time set for each deal, typically 180 days. If after 180 days the fundraising goal for a deal has not been met, your funds will be returned to you within 10 business days. Each deal also has a minimum fundraising goal that must be met for your investment to result in the purchase of shares. A deal also has a maximum amount of capital it can accept.

If a deal reaches its minimum goal during the fundraising process and then reaches its maximum fundraising amount OR its maximum length of time, the deal will close and you will receive shares.

When do I get my shares?

Once you invest your shares will be transferred to you at the earlier of the following:

1. The maximum fundraising amount has been reached and the offering is closed

2. The minimum fundraising goal has been reached and the sponsor has conducted a ‘first close’––the ability to issue shares and transfer funds before the end of the fundraising period.

3. The maximum fundraising time has been reached following the minimum fundraising goal being achieved.

What happens if a deal doesn't reach the minimum goal?

If the minimum fundraising goal has not been reached by the end of the fundraising period, any money you invested in the deal will be returned to your Rhove account and be available for withdrawal or to be invested in another deal on the platform.

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Neither Rhove Real Estate 1, LLC nor Roost Enterprises., Inc. make investment recommendations and no communication, through this site, mobile app or in any other medium should be construed as a recommendation for any security offered on or off this investment application. Investment opportunities posted are private placements of securities that are not publicly traded, involve a high degree of risk, may lose value, and are intended for investors who do not need a liquid investment. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Investors must be able to afford the loss of their entire investment. Neither Rhove Real Estate 1, LLC nor Roost Enterprises., Inc., nor any of their officers, directors, agents and employees makes any warranty, express or implied, of any kind whatsoever related to the adequacy, accuracy or completeness of any information on this Site or the use of information on this Site. Offers to sell securities can only be made through official offering documents that contain important information about the investment and the issuers, including risks. Investors should carefully read the offering documents. Investors should conduct their own due diligence and are encouraged to consult with their tax, legal and financial advisors before investing . You may also obtain a copy of the Offering Circular here.