Past performance does not guarantee future results.
The Daily Fund distribution rate is the amount, expressed as a percentage, a Fund investor would receive in distributions if the most recent Fund distribution stayed consistent going forward divided by the applicable Fund’s public offering price per share as of the date indicated. A portion of our distribution has been comprised of a return of capital because certain Fund investments have included preferred and common equity investments, which may include a return of capital.
To calculate the quarterly distribution, the Fund’s management will take the income received from the Fund’s portfolio, subtract expenses and divide the result by the total number of shares the Fund’s investors own. The yield represents a single distribution from the Fund and does not represent the total returns of the Fund. A portion of our distribution has been comprised of a return of capital because certain Fund investments have included preferred and common equity investments, which may include a return of capital. Distributions are not guaranteed.
Global Traded REIT Equity is a common stock investment in a publicly traded REIT that owns and operates income-producing real estate. REIT Equity is traded on major stock exchanges and has voting rights. Real Estate Credit is an investment in a real estate company through a loan obligation, which typically includes instruments such as commercial mortgage backed security, preferred equity and bonds. This investment may benefit from a higher claim on the assets and earnings of a company than common equity, does not have voting rights, and pays a fixed distribution with a yield usually above that of common equity. Private Real Estate Equity consists of actively managed real estate equity investments in an unlisted format, typically through a fund or trust. This includes private equity real estate funds and investments in non traded REITs.
An Interval Fund is a continuously offered, closed-end mutual fund that periodically offers to repurchase its shares from shareholders. This feature allows the Fund greater opportunities to invest in less liquid assets, which may result in higher risk-adjusted returns. Through the interval structure, the Fund offers a Liquidity Feature of quarterly redemptions at NAV of no less than 5% of the shares outstanding made available, redeeming more frequently than other real estate and private equity investments. Correlation is a measure of the degree to which the value of different investment types move in the same direction; if they perform independently of one another, they are non-correlated. Net Asset Value (NAV) represents the underlying value of shares. The NAV of the Fund’s shares is the market value of the Fund’s assets and is the price at which the shares can be purchased before the addition of any applicable sales charges.
An investor should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses of the Fund carefully before investing. To obtain a prospectus containing this and other information, please call (866) 773-4120 or download the file from www.RREDIF.com. Read the prospectus carefully before you invest.
The Fund is distributed by ALPS Distributors, Inc. (ALPS Distributors, Inc. 1290 Broadway, Suite 1100, Denver, CO 80203). ALPS Distributors, Inc. is not affiliated with Resource Real Estate, Inc. or Union Bank, N.A.
Investing involves risk. Investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate, and an investor’s shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Alternative investment funds, ETFs, interval funds, and closed-end funds are subject to management and other expenses, which will be indirectly paid by the Fund. Preferred securities are subject to credit risk and interest rate risk. Convertible securities are typically issued as bonds or preferred shares with the option to convert to equities. As a result, convertible securities are hybrids that have characteristics of both bonds and common stocks and are subject to risks associated with both debt securities and equity securities. Issuers of debt securities may not make scheduled interest and principal payments, resulting in losses to the Fund. Typically, a rise in interest rates causes a decline in the value of fixed income securities. The use of leverage, such as borrowing money to purchase securities, will cause the Fund to incur additional expenses and magnify the Fund’s gains or losses.
There currently is no secondary market for the Fund’s shares and the Fund expects that no secondary market will develop. Shares of the Fund will not be listed on any securities exchange, which makes them inherently illiquid. Limited liquidity is provided to shareholders only through the Fund’s quarterly repurchase offers, regardless of how the fund performs. An investment in the Fund’s shares is not suitable for investors who cannot tolerate risk of loss or who require liquidity, other than liquidity provided through the Fund’s repurchase policy. Investments in lesser-known, small and medium capitalization companies may be more vulnerable than larger, more established organizations. The Fund will not invest in real estate directly, but because the Fund will concentrate its investments in securities of REITs, its portfolio will be significantly impacted by the performance of the real estate market. There are risks associated with REITs. Risks include declines from deteriorating economic conditions, changes in the value of the underlying property, and defaults by borrowers. The sales of securities to fund repurchases could reduce the market price of those securities, which in turn would reduce the Fund’s NAV.
The Fund’s distribution policy may, under certain circumstances, have certain adverse consequences to the Fund and its shareholders because it may result in a return of capital resulting in less of a shareholder’s assets being invested in the Fund and, over time increase the Fund’s expense ratio.
The Private Real Estate Investment Funds and Public Investment Funds in which the Fund invests will use derivatives (consisting of forwards, options, repurchase agreements, futures, warrants and swaps) to enhance returns or hedge against market declines, and the Fund may also invest in options of Public Investment Funds to hedge against market declines.
High yield securities, commonly called “junk bonds”, are considered speculative. While generally providing greater income than investments in higher-quality securities, these lower-quality securities will involve greater risk of principal and income than higher quality securities, including the possibility of default or bankruptcy of the issuers of the security.
There can be no assurance that the entities in which the Fund invests with the expectation that they will be taxed as a REIT will qualify as a REIT. An entity that fails to qualify as a REIT would be subject to a corporate level tax, would not be entitled to a deduction for dividends paid to its shareholders and would not pass through to its shareholders the character of income earned by the entity.