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What returns can I expect from a BRXS investment?
The return on your investment consists of: Rental income: We pay out the net rental income (i.e. the total rental income minus all operational costs) quarterly. This is proportionally distributed to all investors based on their percentage of brxs notes in a given property. Changes to rental income (e.g. due to favourable market conditions) will be applied automatically to your quarterly payouts. **Pro
When and how can I sell my brxs notes?
We’ve designed BRXS for investors who want to invest in real estate for the long term so as to maximize return potential. BRXS intends to hold and manage the properties for up to 10 years. Now we understand the importance of flexibility when it comes to your financial portfolio, so there are options to sell brxs notes when you need. We are exploring the options on setting up a **secondary market **and will keep you updated on the progress. Through a secondary market you can sell your [
What is a brxs note?
A brxs note is a type of loan that gives you the right to receive interest and the repayment of your initial investment amount. This interest payment is dependent on the performance of the property to which the note relates and will comprise of: Net rental income generated by the property, which is the total rental income minus costs such as maintenance, city taxes, insurance and mortgage payments. Property value appreciation so you will receive part of the potential gains made fro
What are the risks associated with investing in BRXS?
While real estate is widely regarded as a relatively safe investment, as with all investing there are risks to be aware about and take into consideration when making your investment decision. Examples of some common risks involved with real estate investing: Extended vacancy: an extended period with no tenant can significantly reduce your returns due to a reduction in rental income. We minimize this risk by investing in properties in cities and neighbourhoods where we believe rental deman
What do I actually buy / invest in?
When buying a brxs, you are buying a ** note ** that gives you the right to receive interest and the repayment of your initial investment amount. This interest payment is dependent on the performance of the property to which the note relates and will comprise of: Net rental income generated by the property, which is the total of all rental income minus costs such as maintenance, city taxes, insur
What happens if there isn't enough rental income to cover expenses?
In managing the properties, we budget for the costs of upcoming projects and maintenance. Our financial models are built around conservative estimates for occupancy levels and maintenance needs, thereby reducing the risks for costly surprises and lower-than-expected returns. We should stress that because the unexpected can ofcourse happen, each property has a cash reserve to cover the costs of emergencies such as maintenance cost overruns, extended vacancies, and tenant insolvency. In the
How often is rental income distributed to investors?
Our current policy is to pay your returns every quarter on your total number of brxs notes in a specific property. We do this in a prorated manner, meaning that you receive payment for the period that you had the Brxs note in your possession. Example: If you held a brxs note in a property for 1 month of the quarter, you will receive only 1/3 of the proceeds that someone holding a brxs note for the entire quarte
Do I have to pay taxes on my BRXS investments?
For Dutch residents, your brxs investments are considered under box 3 just like stocks and savings. You can find more information here.
Will there ever be any additional payments required from investors besides the investment?
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 th
How do I get updated on the progress of my investments?
You will receive quarterly update emails for each of the properties you have brxs notes in. These reports provide a detailed transparent overview of the property’s financial performance (All rental income and costs) as well as its rental status and details about completed, ongoing, and upcoming renovation work. In addition, the quarterly payouts will be transferred to your bank account in the first week of the quarter for the previous quarter's p
What is the anticipated holding period and what happens to the property afterward?
We’ve designed BRXS for investors who want to invest in real estate for the long term (at least several years) so as to maximize return potential. BRXS intends to hold and manage the properties for up to 10 years and would only sell the property if this makes financial sense and is opportune for the investors. However, there could be cases where it makes sense to sell properties before the 10 year milestone. When BRXS sells a property we will pay out the proceeds (after selling costs and
How does the Brxs property calculator work?
On each property page, you can find a calculator that allows you to estimate your expected returns based on the investment amount, anticipated holding period and your appreciation assumptions. These calculated return projections are estimates and are not guaranteed. They are based on realistic assumptions for this specific property. Still the actual results in the future can be higher or lower than displayed here. The variables: Investment amount: this is the amount you prop
What is the minimum investment amount for an investment?
To make investing in rental properties accessible and affordable, you can start investing from €100. For each property, each user can purchase a maximum of 100 brxs notes.