frequently asked questions

Below are a list of frequently asked questions that we are typically asked. Feel free to contact us if you have a question that you do not see answered.
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Who can invest?
Investments are open to those who are Accredited Investors or those with a pre-existing relationship with Kennedy Remedy Investments, LLC or its principals.

If you already meet the requirements for investing, or you are interested in establishing a relationship with us for potential future opportunities, feel free to register in our Investor Portal or Contact Us at any time for more information.
what does the kennedy remedy investments team invest in?
The focus of Kennedy Remedy Investment is commercial multi-family residential properties as well as commercial properties, including hotels and managed apartment complexes.
When will i get my original investment back and what is the holding period?
The holding period will vary depending on the investment property but will typically range from 3-5 years. The holding period will begin on the date that we close on the acquired property and will run until the date that the property is sold. Bear in mind that the holding period is not cast in stone. While Kennedy Remedy Investments will include our planned holding period in our Private Placement Memorandum, the precise length of the holding period may change as the investment unfolds and as market conditions develop. We will remain in close contact with investment partners if any circumstances warrant a shorter or longer holding period.
What returns can i expect?
The plans for managing each of our investment properties, and projected returns, are laid out in the Private Placement Memorandum or prospectus document. Kennedy Remedy Investments prepares the prospectus for each of our investment properties with great care, relying on conservative underwriting to develop our revenue and appreciation projections. At Kennedy Remedy Investments, we are also committed to regular and transparent reporting to our investors.
what is syndication?
The simplest answer is that a real estate syndication is a partnership between several investors who combine their skills, resources, and capital to purchase and manage a property they otherwise can’t afford individually. The structure we use for syndicated property investment at Kennedy Remedy Investments is called a Limited Partnership.
what are the risks?
Once you express interest in a particular investment opportunity, we will provide you with a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) in which detailed information about the investment and identified risks are described. Before investing, you will be asked to review and sign the PPM. Of course, your decision to invest should take your personal risk profile into account as no investment is right for every investor.
what is a limited partnership?
A real estate Limited Partnership is a form of syndication in which a group of investors pools their money to invest in property. Investments can include purchasing property, property development projects, or leasing. Generally, the structure of the partnership includes a General Partner that acts as an experienced property and investment manager, and Limited Partners who provide financing in exchange for an investment return.
what is the minimum investment?
Depending on the deal, the minimum investment will range from $25,000 to $50,000. Individual investors may invest larger amounts.
what are the tax benefits?
Investing in real estate comes with several potential tax benefits. Kennedy Remedy Investments will outline the potential tax benefits of each investment opportunity in the Private Placement Memorandum, however, the actual tax benefits that you enjoy will be unique to your situation.
what is a preferred return?
Preferred return is a contract provision that describes the investor’s entitlement to the distribution of profit. This provision will specify the order in which profits from our real estate projects are distributed to investors. Typically, our contract with our investment partners will specify the preferred return (expressed as a percentage of your initial investment). Any returns on our real estate projects above these preferred returns will then be distributed proportionally to all partners.
what is a private placement memorandum (PPM)?
The Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) is a document in which we disclose everything potential investment partners need to know to make an informed investment decision. It includes information that you would typically find in a Business Plan but goes further to detail the investment opportunity, disclaimers of legal liability, and the risk of losses. At Kennedy Remedy Investment we take great care to compile this document with complete and transparent information.
What is an accredited investor?
Accredited Investors are legally authorized to purchase securities that are not registered with regulatory authorities like the SEC. To be considered an accredited investor, an individual must meet at least one requirement related to income, net worth, or professional experience. Currently, a person must have an annual income exceeding $200,000 ($300,0000 for joint income) for the last two years and expect to earn the same or more in the current year. Alternatively, a person must have a net worth exceeding $1 million. You can refer to the SEC Rule 501 or Regulation D for more information.
why should i invest with your company?
Kennedy Remedy Investments is looking for partnerships with investors seeking to actively or passively invest in apartment complexes and hotels. We maximize value for our investors by generating monthly cash flow and long-term capital appreciation while helping our investors to build generational wealth and to diversify their investment portfolios. Kennedy Remedy Investments is your remedy for investments!
Investing involves risk, including loss of principal. Past performance does not guarantee or indicate future results. Any historical returns, expected returns, or probability projections may not reflect actual future performance. While the data we use from third parties is believed to be reliable, we cannot ensure the accuracy or completeness of data provided by investors or other third parties. Neither Kennedy Remedy Investments nor any of its affiliates provide tax advice and do not represent in any manner that the outcomes described herein will result in any particular tax consequence. Prospective investors should consult with a tax or legal adviser before making any investment decision.
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