No.

Recurring costs, such as those associated with maintenance, repairs, insurances, and taxes, are planned for and deducted from the rental income. The costs of covering an unexpected vacancy, a tenant’s insolvency or an unexpected repair (that would not be covered by insurance) are paid through the cash reserves held by the property's entity.

In the unlikely event that these costs exceed the property’s cash reserves, BRXS will obtain a short-term loan from a BRXS group entity to cover the costs. This loan would then be gradually repaid using future rental income, which may temporarily impact the interest payout on your investment and reduce your expected returns. To confirm: also in such an instance, we will never ask investors for additional capital.
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