General Disclosure

Disclosure About DLYNCH

Residential real estate investment involves purchasing properties with the primary purpose of generating income through rental payments or achieving appreciation over time for potential resale. It can be an attractive investment option for various reasons, but it also comes with its share of risks and responsibilities. Here are some key disclosures about residential real estate investment:

  1. Potential Benefits:

    • Rental Income: Owning a residential property allows you to earn rental income, which can provide a steady cash flow if managed properly.
    • Appreciation: Over time, residential properties in certain areas may increase in value, offering the potential for capital appreciation.
    • Tax Advantages: Real estate investors can take advantage of tax benefits such as mortgage interest deductions, property tax deductions, and depreciation deductions.
    • Diversification: Real estate can serve as a diversification tool in an investment portfolio, potentially reducing overall risk.
  2. Potential Risks:

    • Market Fluctuations: Real estate markets are subject to cyclical changes and can experience fluctuations in property values and demand.
    • Vacancy and Cash Flow: Rental properties may experience periods of vacancy, leading to temporary cash flow challenges.
    • Maintenance and Repairs: Property owners are responsible for maintenance, repairs, and other ongoing expenses, which can impact profitability.
    • Legal and Regulatory Risks: Real estate investment involves adherence to local laws, landlord-tenant regulations, and zoning rules.
  3. Considerations for Residential Investment:

    • Location: The location of a property can significantly impact its potential for rental income and appreciation.
    • Property Condition: Assessing the condition of the property and potential repair costs is crucial before investing.
    • Rental Demand: Understanding the local rental market and demand for residential properties in the area is essential.
    • Financing: Real estate investment often requires substantial capital, and financing options should be carefully evaluated.
    • Property Management: Investors should decide whether to manage the property themselves or hire a professional property management company.
  4. Exit Strategy:

 Investors should have a clear exit strategy for their residential investment. This may involve selling the property when it appreciates sufficiently, exchanging it for another property using a 1031 exchange (U.S. specific), or continuing to hold it for ongoing rental income.

  1. Due Diligence: 

Thorough research and due diligence are vital before purchasing any residential property. This includes understanding the local market, property history, potential rental income, and any legal or financial issues associated with the property.

  1. Long-Term Investment:

 Residential real estate investment is typically considered a long-term strategy. While short-term gains are possible, most investors aim to build wealth gradually over time.

It’s crucial to consult with financial advisors, real estate professionals, and legal experts before making any residential real estate investment decisions. Each investment opportunity is unique, and the success of a residential investment depends on various factors, including the investor’s goals, risk tolerance, and ability to manage the property effectively.

General Disclosure

At D Lynch Capital, we want to ensure transparency and provide important information regarding our operations and offerings. Please read the following disclosures carefully to understand the terms and conditions associated with our services:

Acquisition of Properties: The identification of any property in this communication is subject to various contingencies and may not be finalized. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. The expected returns or hypothetical projections may not reflect actual future performance and may represent the performance of assets during specific market conditions. All investments carry risks and may result in partial or total loss. Actual investment outcomes may vary, and there is no assurance that investors will experience returns similar to those indicated.

Historical and Projected Performance: Past or projected performance is not indicative of future results, and there is no guarantee that issuers will achieve comparable results or meet target returns. Historical returns may reflect the performance of assets during specific time frames or under certain market conditions. Targeted portfolio characteristics are not indicative of future results, and there is no assurance that these characteristics will be achieved.

Offerings: Unless otherwise indicated, our offerings are available only to independently verified “accredited investors” as defined by Rule 506(c) under Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933, and are offered through each issuer’s official offering documents. Different rules apply to accredited investors and non-natural persons. Each investor is encouraged to independently verify their “accredited investor” status.

For our current Regulation A offering(s), restrictions apply to the aggregate purchase price based on your annual income or net worth. Before making any investment, we encourage you to review the applicable regulations and consult with your financial advisors to understand the risks associated with the investment opportunity.

Forward-Looking Statements: Some statements on our site are forward-looking and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and factors that may cause actual results to differ from future results. An investment in any issuer carries substantial risks, and you should carefully consider the risk factors provided in the issuer’s official offering documents.

Properties and Business Strategy: Properties identified as potential acquisitions may not be finalized. The acquisition process may vary, and there is no guarantee that all of our funds will participate in the investment. The information provided on each issuer’s offering, including financial status, business strategy, and investment objectives, is a summary and is qualified by the full disclosure in the issuer’s official offering documents.

Liquidity and Resale: Securities sold by D Lynch Capital, LLC are not publicly traded and may be illiquid unless registered with the SEC. They may also be subject to restrictions on resale or transfer. Investing in private placements requires risk tolerance, low liquidity needs, and a long-term commitment.

Use in Applicable Jurisdictions: Our site should not be used in any jurisdiction where its use is contrary to applicable laws, rules, or regulations. This site is not approved, endorsed, or guaranteed by the SEC or any state securities commission or regulatory authority.

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