Facts support our belief that the United States is expected to experience a significant demand for rental units. The recession resulted in an unparalleled shift away from home ownership and toward a strong demand for rentals. Millennial's want more flexibility and do not want to be tied to a house. Babyboomer's are selling their homes and moving to apartments in order to have no maintenance. Additionally, the prior recession significantly hindered and reduced the supply of new housing.
While construction financing has become easier and new supply is on the rise, the pipeline for new construction is expected to lag U.S. population growth over the long term. Orbit Investments and its investors are poised to take advantage of these economic and demographic factors by acquiring premier B and C multi-family properties with stable cash flow and long term appreciation.
Allows us to thoroughly analyze 95% of all deals in our targeted markets with only 2% – 3% qualifying for further review. This strict ﬁltering process ensures assets that meet our conservative underwriting and focus on cash ﬂow for investors get selected.
When on-site, our team of experts inspect and analyze on site all ﬁnancials and the physical condition of the property to mitigate potential risks and uncover opportunities for our investors. Only qualiﬁed deals move forward.
Our systematic team approach to performance, KPIs and people constantly elevates our communities to highest standards. This ensures predictable investor cash ﬂow and appreciation.
Utilizes a cash ﬂow centric approach, driving proﬁts to the bottom line, while maintaining the asset. This positions the property for a proper and proﬁtable exit for our investors. With return of equity and proﬁts, our investors are now positioned to take advantage of the next Orbit acquisition.
How we do it!
Orbit Investments believes in asset protection. Our SEC layers consult and prepare the necessary organizational structure, LLC's, and Private Placement Memorandum (PPM). Our PPM has two types of shares:
Jack Bosch is a managing member of Orbit Investments. Jack has vast experience in real estate having negotiated, bought, sold, rehabbed, as well as owned and managed over 3,800 properties since 2002. Currently he holds a large portfolio of properties in land, single family, commercial, and large multi-family properties. After completing his Masters degrees in Business Administration, Jack and his wife Michelle, built the 3rd largest land auction company (selling only their own properties) in the United States. They also started a highly successful 7-figure real estate education company focusing on teaching others how to invest in real estate. Jack is also a #1 bestselling author of the financial literacy book "Forever Cash, break the earn-spend cycle, take charge of your life, and build everlasting wealth."
As a key part of leadership Michelle is responsible for company financials and its financial ability to achieve growth goals, both now and into the ensuring future. Prior to this position, Michelle held positions as COO and CFO for Orbit Investments, LLC and Orbit Publishing, LLC. Together with her husband Jack, they have built multiple 8-figure companies, bought, sold and managed thousands of property transactions across the entire United States. Michelle holds a Masters of International Management from the prestigious Thunderbird International School of Management and a Bachelors of Business in Finance from Western Illinois University.
As a VP of Acquisitions and strategic business partner Scott is responsible for deal flow, acquisitions, and investor relations. He has a depth of experience in all aspects of strategic leadership. Over the last 20 years he has led several product portfolios that exceeded $2B and led teams exceeding 150 employees. He has a proven track record in creating successful businesses by leveraging complex business relationships. His well-established, strong solution orientation and passion for results, has allowed him to deliver top line profits over his career. He grew up in Houston, TX where he received his Bachelors of Business Administration from Stephen F. Austin State University.
To qualify as an accredited investor, a person must demonstrate an annual income of $200,000, or $300,000 for joint income, for the last two years with expectation of earning the same or higher income. An individual must have earned income above the thresholds either alone or with a spouse over the last three years. Or A person is also considered an accredited investor if he has a net worth exceeding $1 million, either individually or jointly with his spouse excluding personal home.
All our investment and Private Placement Memorandums are based on individual properties, and every property is different and will therefore offer different returns. Our current investors are right now realizing between a 6%-8% preferred cash yield annually, and are expected to double this return upon the sale or refinancing of the property for overall investment lifecycle returns of 10%-16%. Our returns consist of three parts: Preferred Return from Cash Flow: Each investment is selected such that it pays an min. average annual preferred return of at least 6% (depending on the individual property deal this could be higher than that) which is paid out quarterly via direct deposit into your bank account or by check. In other words, the investors get paid first before the sponsors get paid anything. This protects you as an investor and makes sure we only pick projects that have strong cash flow outlooks. Profit Share: Upon a Sale or Refinancing of the property it is our goal to return 100% of the initial invested amount to each investor, and then do a 50/50 profit split between sponsors and investors up to the point where investors doubled their annual return from the Cash flow (so if Preferred Return from Cash flow is 6% the profit split is 50/50 until they reached a total "Target Return" of a 12% per year return over the holding period)
Great news. You will be limitied liability owner of the property which comes with all the benefits like depreciation and cash flow, meaning the property is owned by a "Property LLC" for which that property is the only asset (reduces liability). You in turn will be a direct shareholder in this Property LLC so in essence you are part owner of the company that owns the property. This allows for a direct flow-through of cash flow, depreciation, and allows you upon sale of the asset to realize long term capital gains ... PLUS, you literally get to tell your friends you "own" an apartment complex, because you do.