We are excited to share details of our upcoming offering, SOLIS, located in Seattle, Washington. SOLIS is a recently constructed, award-winning apartment complex with ground floor retail space located at 1300 East Pike Street in the beating heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
We are excited to announce a major milestone for LEX and our community of investors. LEX closed our first-ever publicly available offering, the 286 Lenox IPO in New York City. Thank you to all of our investors who participated in this unique offering. You’re part of a community of thousands of investors who are taking advantage of the benefits of commercial real estate investing through LEX.
LEX structures the securities we offer as publicly traded partnerships to give investors the tax benefits of direct commercial real estate ownership. While each individual taxpayer has unique circumstances, investing in PTPs can generally reduce your tax liability when compared to investing in other taxable income securities.
Today, we're thrilled to share that we've raised a $15M Series A to accelerate our mission, grow our team, and expand the number of buildings we bring investors. We’ll be able to take more buildings public, faster, thereby increasing your access to incredible assets. With this new capital, 2022 will be the year LEX grows from a new marketplace into a broader slate of buildings for our investors to choose from.
One of the benefits of investing in Commercial Real Estate is generating income via rent payments from tenants. LEX investors receive their proportionate share of rental income from the property when that income is distributed to the other owners of the property. Distributions are not guaranteed. Below are the important details you need to know about cash distributions on the LEX platform.
We hope you’ve enjoyed learning more about the LEX mission and investment opportunities in commercial real estate. In this post, we explain how the LEX platform is unique.
Our mission at LEX is to empower wealth creation by solving real estate’s access and liquidity problems. We accomplish this by providing investors access to high-quality, income-producing, individual commercial real estate assets, while providing the owners of the underlying properties with a base of permanent capital without a loss of operational control.
As you think about diversifying your portfolio into Real Estate, or building onto your existing Real Estate holdings, it’s important to understand basic concepts related to Real Estate valuation. This brief overview reviews a few of the fundamental methods used to value a real estate asset.
At LEX, our mission is to empower wealth creation by solving real estate’s access and liquidity problems. Learn how investing in real estate can help you create wealth and generate income.
The Internal Revenue Code contains several provisions allowing owners of real estate to both defer when their taxes are due and to classify a portion of what might otherwise be treated as income as capital gains, which are taxed at a lower rate. These benefits make real estate investing more tax efficient than investing in other income-generating products such as corporate bonds.
LEX offers a new way to invest in individual commercial real estate buildings. While we’ve designed our platform to be simple and intuitive, it’s important that our investors understand how the LEX investment process works, and how deals arrive on LEX. Here’s a brief overview of the lifecycle of a LEX deal, and what the various “stages” of assets shown on the LEX platform mean.
Our mission at LEX is to empower wealth creation by solving real estate’s access and liquidity problems. Real estate deserves liquidity, and all investors deserve access. Solving these two problems in the real estate market will enable a new generation of more widespread wealth creation.
The following feature was originally published on Bisnow.com and written by Julia Troy, in collaboration with the LEX team. We are republishing a version of it on the official LEX Blog with permission below.
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) have generally been the best available option for individual investors eyeing commercial real estate. Is that changing?