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Larson Income Fund I, LLC & LIFI Blocker, LLC
8%Target Annual Distributions
$50,000,000Target Fund Size
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Key Investment Highlights
- Larson Income Fund I (“LIFI”) & LIFI Blocker, LLC was created for investors seeking cashflow and diversification.
- The fund will make preferred equity investments in multifamily and industrial development projects primarily located in targeted cities.
- The fund intends to make monthly distributions totaling 8% annually, with a total IRR target of 12%, net of fees.*
- Preferred equity interests are expected to be held for 3 to 5 years.
- Blocker fund is available to invest Qualified (IRA) dollars.
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*Disclaimer: The information contained herein is for informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer or sale or any form of general solicitation or general advertising of interests in any fund or investment vehicle managed by Larson Capital Management. Any such offer will only be made in compliance with applicable state and federal securities laws pursuant to offering documents which will be provided to qualified prospective investors upon request. Prospective investors should review the Fund’s offering documents carefully, which includes important disclosures and risk factors associated with an investment the Fund. In addition, prospective investors are encouraged to consult with their financial, tax, accounting or other advisors to determine whether an investment in an opportunity zone fund is suitable for them. The Fund may or may not have an interest in the properties pictured above.
Risks and Limitations: the risks associated with making investment decisions based on targeted metrics is that they are targets. Commercial real estate investing is risky, and that means that the investment will not always play out according to expectations. Targeted returns involved multiple degrees of uncertainty and risk related but not limited to rental rates, lease expiration dates, occupancy rates, length of the investment period, exit cap rates, and interest rates. – Criteria and Assumptions- how a sponsor approaches the underwriting process (conservative, moderate, aggressive) may change the assumptions of the model which include targeted: cash yield, equity multiple, IRR, investment period and distribution rates