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7 REASONS TO INVEST IN SELF-STORAGE REAL ESTATE

Real estate has long been regarded as one of the most reliable and long-term lucrative investment options. Most individual investors have access to commercial real estate investing through multifamily real estate as it is the easiest real estate sector to understand. Luckily, multifamily has performed extremely well (except for the last 2 years) and individual investors did not feel a need to understand niche real estate sectors such as industrial, medical office or self-storage real estate. Given the dramatic change in real estate investing since interest rates started their dramatic climb over 2 year ago, a much more rigorous analysis of various real estate asset classes is important to reassess prospective growth in values for the remainder of 2024 and beyond. The self-storage real estate investment market is particularly attractive right now given its dynamics in cap rates and growth rates in rents. Here is our review of 7 Reasons to Invest in Self-Storage Real Estate.


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Welcome Real Estate Investors

It's Alan Donenfeld with CityVest. I am excited to be working directly with Accredited Investors. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about how CityVest is providing Accredited Investors with direct access to Institutional Private Equity Real Estate Funds. Please feel free to call me directly at 917.747.3091 or if it's more convenient to book a meeting please click on my appointment scheduler.

CityVest Provides Access To the Best Real Estate Investment Funds

Ever wonder why the rich get richer?

After almost 40 years of investing in over $5 billion dollars of deals, I’ve “cracked the code”. I’ve seen what works and what doesn’t. I founded CityVest to help individual investors invest like the super-wealthy. Our mission is to help investors protect and grow their hard-earned investment capital through Better, Smarter Investing.

I’ve already amassed a following of investors including the principal of KevinMD, as well as the Chairman of JPMorgan Private Bank, the President of a Goldman Sachs trading subsidiary and several Chairmen of multi-billion dollar public companies.

So here’s the secret, CityVest searches thousands of high-performing institutional real estate private equity funds and selects a handful of the best-of-the-best. Then, CityVest sets up its unique Access FundTM making these institutional investments accessible to individuals for the very first time. And, as a result of our multi-million group investment, CityVest is able to obtain better investment terms, including higher preferred returns.

I look forward to your interest and participation in Better, Smarter Investing!

Alan Donenfeld

Founder/CEO

Alan Donenfeld
  • Access to Institutional Funds
  • Low Minimum Investments
  • Proven Track Records
  • Attractive Investment Markets
  • Unique Investment Strategies
  • High Preferred Returns

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Interviews with Alan Donenfeld

Croatan Access Fund LLC (the “Access Fund”) is raising capital to invest in Croatan Multifamily All-Weather Fund II LP (the “Fund”, "Croatan", the "Croatan Fund" or "All-Weather Fund II") which is described below. The Access Fund is raising capital through a “feeder fund” structure called an access fund by aggregating up to 100 investors at a minimum investment of $25,000 each and will invest the capital into Croatan Fund. Since the Access Fund will aggregate several million dollars, the Access Fund has been able to negotiate to receive a 12% preferred return and then 80% of profits thereafter, as agreed in a side letter agreement between the Access Fund and Croatan Fund. In comparison, direct investors into Croatan Fund who invest a minimum of $100,000 will only receive a 6% preferred return.


CROATAN MULTIFAMILY ALL-WEATHER FUND INVESTMENT OVERVIEW

Croatan Multifamily All-Weather Fund II LP (“Croatan” or “Croatan Fund”) is seeking to raise $150 million to acquire value-add and opportunistic class A/B multifamily properties throughout the Southeast, as well as, ground up multifamily development projects in markets deemed exceptional for growth and returns. Croatan Fund has already concluded 9 property acquisitions composed of 2,765 units with a total capitalization of $444 million. Croatan Fund is targeting a net IRR of 17%. Croatan’s investment manager has achieved a 32.7% Net IRR and 2.8x realized equity multiple at the deal level since 2004 on over $650 million of realized real estate acquisitions. Croatan is offering investors in the Croatan Fund “Promote Sharing” of 10% to 35% on so-called GP co-investments.


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Reviews of CityVest Offerings

View what others have to say about our Access Funds in Institutional Private Equity Funds.

The following are excerpts from influential websites, bloggers and podcasters who have interviewed or written articles about CityVest.

CityVest Ranked #1 by Benzinga as Best and Smartest Way to Invest in Real Estate

Benzinga.com - February 16, 2022 - Full Excerpt

The following are excerpts from a review by Eric McConnell on February 16th, 2022.

  • "Real Estate can play an important part in your investment portfolio. The connective power of the internet now makes real estate investing more obtainable — even if you don’t have much capital. Real estate crowdfunding platforms allow you to connect with other investors and pool your money to purchase property for passive real estate income. "

    "Paths previously restricted to accredited investors were opened by new guidelines from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2016. Current rules allow investors to share capital for collective property investment of all types. Check out our guide to learn more about real estate crowdfunding and find the best real estate crowdfunding platforms."
  • "Real Estate Crowdfunding Platforms:"

       • CityVest - Best for Access to Institutional Funds
       • Arrived Homes - Best for Rental Properties
       • CrowdStreet - Best for Commercial Real Estate
       • Groundfloor - Best for Real Estate Notes
       • streitwise - Best for REITs
  • "Best Real Estate Crowdfunding Platforms: Our top picks are online platforms that have led the surge in real estate crowdfunding.
  • 1. CityVest CityVest provides accredited investors unique access to institutional real estate investment opportunities with investment minimums starting at $25,000, compared to the usual six-figure investment typically required to access these types of deals.

    CityVest does this by pooling multiple investor contributions into one bundle large enough to satisfy the minimum investment requirements of the top institutional real estate funds that are otherwise unavailable to individuals.

    In addition, CityVest only works with institutional funds that have auditors and administrators. Each offering has a third-party due diligence report verifying the investment manager’s information to make the investment as safe as possible. Given CityVest’s pooled investment size of $5 million, they not only gain access to institutional private equity funds, but they also are able to negotiate better investment terms, usually in the form of a higher preferred return and a more attractive profit split."
  • "1 Minute Review:"
    CityVest is a web-based real estate investment platform that was established to give small-to-medium-sized investors access to real estate investment opportunities that typically require 6-figure minimum investments. CityVest does this by pooling multiple investor contributions into 1 bundle large enough to satisfy the minimum investment requirements of the best institutional private equity real estate investment funds.
  • "Best For:"

       • Individual investors seeking access to institutional investments
       • Experienced investors looking to diversify their portfolio
       • Investors seeking investments with strong due diligence and screening
  • "Pros:"

       • Access to high-performance institutional funds
       • High returns
       • Intense vetting of investment opportunities
       • Third-party due diligence on all funds
       • No registration needed to review investment opportunities
       • Quarterly distributions
  • "Cons:"

       • Only available to accredited investors
       • Not a lot of investor control of fund options
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CityVest Amroc Access Fund

PrudentPlasticSurgeon.com - January 15, 2022 - Full Excerpt

The following are excerpts from a review by on January 15th, 2022 to his Prudent Plastic Surgeons Real Estate Offerings email list regarding CityVest AmRoc Access Fund.

  • "CityVest has quickly become the most popular and best way for Doctors to invest in top performing real estate private equity funds that are usually reserved for institutional investors. This unique access to investing in these institutional funds is available for the first time ever through CityVest’s easy and secure online investment platform at www.CityVest.com. CityVest does the hard work of conducting due diligence and vetting the investments. They even get a third party due diligence report that is posted on their website. As a result of aggregating a several million dollar investment amount into their Access Funds, CityVest gains access to investing in the institutional investment AND is able to negotiate better investment terms such as a 12% preferred return. While CityVest does charge a small fee for their service, they obtain a 4% higher pref. That’s why they have grown so popular by thousands of physicians and other high net worth investors and have closed on over $40 million of investments. CityVest prides itself on providing investors with better investments and higher returns. CityVest is simply a better and smarter way to invest in real estate. "

    "While CityVest does charge a small fee for their service, they obtain a 4% higher pref. That’s why they have grown so popular by thousands of physicians and other high net worth investors and have closed on over $40 million of investments. CityVest prides itself on providing investors with better investments and higher returns. CityVest is simply a better and smarter way to invest in real estate."
  • "My review of the current offering:" CityVest’s current offering is AmRoc Access Fund which is investing into the underlying fund named AmRoc Premier Opportunity Fund. Here’s what CityVest did in order to bring you the AmRoc investment offering. CityVest and its third-party due diligence firm, Buttonwood Investment Services, assessed and verified the general trustworthiness, experience and safety of the underlying investment manager. Buttonwood has written a report that CityVest posts on their website for review by investors which covers the following areas:

       • Current property portfolio
       • Principal experience
       • Investment Fund Governance – Auditors and Administrators
       • Manager Investment / Skin-the-Game
       • Principal Succession Planning
       • Background check/review
  • "Why Invest in Amroc: The AMROC due diligence checks the boxes for lower risk. In addition, AmRoc provides excellent investment performance with the enhanced 13% pref available through CityVest. CityVest’s website provides detailed information on the AmRoc fund linked here: here."
  • Overview: Given the verification provided by the Buttonwood report, the solid track record and experience of the AmRoc Premier Opportunity Fund, LP investment fund manager, the enhanced 13% pref return and 18% targeted investment returns; this investment certainly checks a lot of boxes. If you want to reach CityVest’s founder, Alan Donenfeld, he is at Alan@CityVest.com or his phone number is 212-593-1600. "
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CityVest Trion Access Fund

WhiteCoatInvestor.com - October 2, 2020 - Full Excerpt

The following are excerpts from an email sent out by Jim Dahle on October 2, 2020 to his WCI Real Estate Opportunities email list regarding CityVest Trion Access Fund.

  • "I have invested personally with CityVest through a previous access fund and am happy so far with performance. The access fund discussed here is a newer fund, called the Trion Access Fund. I am impressed with the track record of the team running the underlying fund and Katie and I are considering investing our own money with them right now."

    "CityVest is a company that offers “access” or “feeder” funds. An access/feeder fund is designed to lower the minimum investment required to invest into a private real estate fund and/or provide improved investment terms to a group of investors. CityVest forms a 99 member LLC with each member contributing $25-50K+ and then the money is pooled together ($2-7 Million) and invested in the larger fund with higher minimums. The access fund generally can obtain better terms from the company than a single investor with only the minimum investment can. The value proposition of the access fund is generally to either lower the minimum investment, obtain improved investment terms, or both."
  • "In this particular deal, CityVest is forming an access fund to invest in the Trion Multifamily Opportunity Fund II, LLC. This is a fund that is raising $50 million to invest in apartment buildings in high-growth West Coast markets, including California, Oregon, Colorado, Washington and Utah. Trion was founded in 2005 and has over 15 years of experience in the West Coast markets and has already acquired approximately 3,000 residential units."
  • "With this fund, Trion is targeting annualized returns of 14%-16%, but historically has had a net IRR of 43% on sold properties. They intend to renovate each multifamily asset purchased within approximately 24 months and then hold each asset for 3-5 years."
  • "Cityvest has not only completed their own due diligence on this fund, but has also provided a diligence report from Buttonwood Investment Services, LLC.""
  • "I like multi-family as an asset class. With COVID you have to wonder if we'll see a recession in office space, but people certainly will still need a place to live! Katie and I are a little underweight in this asset class right now so we are actively looking for another fund in this space now. The track record for Trion is excellent and longer than many you see in this space. A value-add strategy is also less risky than development. These properties already exist and have tenants! The idea behind value-add is to go in and make a bunch of physical and managerial improvements that allow the managers to increase rents."
  • You get four benefits for being a white coat investor investing in the CityVest Access Fund
       • The lower ($25K) minimum
       • 0.75%/year CityVest fee waived the first year
       • 10% preferred return (instead of 8%)
       • 80/20 promote split instead of 76/24
  • "They're hoping to close this fund within a few weeks, so don't waste any time if you're interested. Thanks for your time; stay safe! - Jim Dahle"
  • “Learn more about the CityVest Trion Access Fund today!” - You can also call (212-593-1600) the CEO of CityVest, Alan Donenfeld, anytime to discuss any CityVest investment or reach out to him via email (alan@cityvest.com) but be sure to mention you're coming from WCI to get the special WCI deal."
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CityVest JKV Access Fund

WhiteCoatInvestor.com - June 4, 2020 - Full Excerpt

The following are excerpts from an email sent out by Jim Dahle on June 4, 2020 to his WCI Real Estate Opportunities email list regarding CityVest JKV Access Fund.

  • "The JKV Access Fund provides an intriguing opportunity that allows accredited investors to PASSIVELY invest in what is usually the most active method of real estate investing--purchasing homes from distressed buyers, renovating them quickly and efficiently, and selling them to new owners, AKA fix and flip. Coming off 2019 where they made 29% in the Southern California workforce market, the JKV Opportunity Fund II is targeting 20% to investors after fees."

    "For White Coat Investors, CityVest is providing access to this fund for just $25,000 while improving the terms to a 12% preferred return plus an 80/20 promote structure. If you want to diversify away from publicly traded stock and bond index funds with part of your portfolio, but still invest passively in a niche market, take a look at the JKV Access Fund."
  • "JKV is raising $20 Million for Fund II. If I’m calculating the numbers right, JKV has done this so far with about 170 homes, although one of the principals has 5,000 homes worth of experience. Their advantage is that they are fully integrated with the deal finders, contractors, and brokers all working for the same company."
  • There is always a value proposition to an access fund and this one is no different. The access fund provides:
       • Lower minimum investment ($25K for White Coat Investors)
       • Better preferred return (12% instead of 10%)
       • Better promote structure (80/20 after the preferred return instead of 70/30)
  • "I like the integrated nature of the company. I like the waterfall structure of the deal, especially after going through the access fund which will help make up for a significant portion of the additional expense of the access fund. The company believes they will continue to have a tailwind due to limited workforce housing starts (because you still can’t build homes in this price range from scratch in CA profitably) and a continued massive supply-demand mismatch."
  • “Learn more about the CityVest JKV Access Fund today!” - You can also call (212-593-1600) the CEO of CityVest, Alan Donenfeld, anytime to discuss any CityVest investment or reach out to him via email (alan@cityvest.com) but be sure to mention you’re coming from WCI to get the special WCI deal."
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CityVest Apex Access Fund

WhiteCoatInvestor.com - March 2, 2020 - Full Excerpt

The following are excerpts from an email sent out by Jim Dahle on March 2, 2020 to his WCI Real Estate Opportunities email list regarding CityVest Apex Access Fund.

  • “I have previously invested personally with CityVest in an access fund and am happy so far with performance. The access fund discussed in this email is a newer fund, called the Apex Access Fund, LLC.

    CityVest is a company that offers “access” or “feeder” funds. An access/feeder fund is designed to lower the minimum investment required to invest into a private real estate fund and/or provide improved investment terms to a group of investors. CityVest forms a 99 member LLC with each member contributing $25-50K+ and then the money is pooled together ($2-7 Million) and invested in the larger fund that may have a $200K-$1 Million minimum. The access fund sometimes can obtain better terms from the company than a single investor with only the minimum investment can, but of course adds on its own layer of fees. The value proposition of the access fund is generally to either lower the minimum investment, obtain improved investment terms, or both.”
  • “In this particular deal, CityVest is forming an access fund to invest in the ApexOne Growth and Income Fund III, LP. This is a fund that was started in 2018 and is raising $150-175 Million ($100 Million already raised) to invest in value-add multi-family student housing properties. Although none of these funds have gone completely round trip, they boast an IRR of 17.7% and an equity multiple of 2.28X on the properties that have. With Fund III, they are targeting an IRR to investors of 13-15%. ”
  • “The Access Fund is called Apex Access Fund, LLC and is run by CityVest with many services (accounting, tax prep etc) provided by their usual provider, Assure here in Salt Lake City.
  • “I like multi-family and student housing investments. I think they are likely a bit more recession-proof than retail and industrial investments and so seems a bit wiser to me at this stage of the real estate cycle. A value-add strategy is also less risky than development (although more risky than core or core-plus). The idea behind value-add is to go in and make a bunch of physical and managerial improvements that allow the managers to increase rents.”
  • “They are closing this fund at the end of May, so don’t waste any time if you’re interested. There were a few people upset when they couldn’t get into the last one but the SEC is very strict about the 99 investor limit.
  • “Learn more about the CityVest Apex Access Fund today!” - You can also call (212-593-1600) the CEO of CityVest, Alan Donenfeld, anytime to discuss any CityVest investment or reach out to him via email (alan@cityvest.com) but be sure to mention you’re coming from WCI to get the special WCI deal.
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Private Real Estate Investment Funds

WhiteCoatInvestor.com - January 16, 2020 - Full Excerpt

The following are excerpts from Jim Dahle podcast interview with Alan Donenfeld on January 16, 2020

  • “Over the years, I’ve invested across the entire spectrum of real estate investments, from owning and managing an individual property and its tenant to buying and holding a REIT index fund. This has included investments with half a dozen crowdfunding sites, some individual syndicated investments bought directly from the syndicator and private real estate funds. Over time, I’ve gravitated more and more toward the real estate funds.”
  • “Why have I moved toward private funds? There are several reasons, really.” “The first is that I want my investments to be very passive. I want to be able to ignore them for months or even years at a time and still be assured that someone is watching the shop and making sure I get good returns. And I certainly don’t want to get toilet back-up calls or screen tenants myself.” “The second is that I want my investments to be diversified. Diversification protects you from what you don’t know. When you buy part of a syndicated property, even if you do it with hundreds of others through a crowdfunding site, you’re only buying one property. When you buy a fund, you are generally buying 10-20 properties.” “The third is that I don’t have any particular talent at evaluating and selecting real estate investments.” “So the idea of having someone who actually does know how to do this choosing the investments is appealing.” “The fifth is that returns for many of these funds have been excellent. At a time when many smart people are talking about 4-6% real returns on equities for the next decade (and that’s not even the perma-bears) seeing funds showing audited (nominal) returns of 10-25% become pretty intriguing.”
  • “This is the issue that Alan Donenfeld, CEO of CityVest, is trying to solve. His brother, an anesthesiologist, asked him what he should invest in. Alan told him to invest in these mid-range private real estate funds. But his brother came back saying he couldn’t afford any of the minimums. So Alan figured out a way for his brother (and others like him) to have lower minimums. CityVest bridges the gap between these funds and accredited investors like you that will never have an estate tax problem.”
  • “Unlike most crowdfunding sites, CityVest is not dealing with specific properties and their sponsors. They’re only dealing with funds. So they go to a fund that requires a minimum of $100K and prefers $1M+ from an investor and say, “We’ll bring you capital to invest.” Then they go to investors and form an “access fund” that might raise $5M to invest in the real estate fund. They let the investors into the fund for $25K, but then provide those investors with the preferred deal from the real estate fund, taking their cut out of the difference between the regular deal and the preferred deal. It’s really pretty ingenious and a major service for those of us at this level of assets.”
  • “You also get the benefit of their screening of funds. There are 600+ funds like this. Alan tells me the initial screen is a prior fund with an IRR of at least 20%. That screens out 90% of funds right there. From there, he applies some additional criteria until he is satisfied that the likelihood of continued success is high. So Alan Donenfeld and I put our heads together a while ago to try to come up with a win-win-win-win deal.”
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CityVest – Access Top Private Real Estate Funds With a Lower Minimum

WhiteCoatInvestor.com - December 14, 2018 - Full Excerpt

The following are excerpts from a post by Jim Dahle on The White Coat Investor.com on December 14, 2018

  • JD. - “The big value access funds provide are decreasing the minimum amount you have to invest to able to invest in institutional private real estate funds. Alan at CityVest created an access fund to pull capital together and as a group be able to invest $3-5 million dollars and thus negotiate better investment terms than one single investor could with a $250K investment.”
  • AD. - “There are a class of institutional funds that clearly outperform other funds. In real estate, often times bigger is better. The bigger properties have less competition for buying them. The bigger funds have this greater ability to acquire those properties because brokers bring them the property first. Their ability to get credit or close with all cash is better. And so institutional funds just outperform every other category of funds. So our mission is to access those best funds through our access funds, and we allow up to a hundred investors in each of our access fund vehicles in amounts as low as 25,000. And at the end of the day, even after our fees, I believe that our returns stack up favorably with any other funds because our underlying funds simply outperform. Along the way you get a range of institutional benefits such as quality auditors, administrators, each of these funds have their own in house accounting staff. The level of experience of these managers is that much higher. So there’s just a variety of benefits from an institutional fund that outperform other funds even after our fees in our access funds.”
  • JD. - So obviously Alan thinks the trade is worth it for a typical physician investor with a $500,000 to a $3 million portfolio. This allows them to, rather than maybe put a big chunk of their investments into one single fund at $250,000 or $500,000, they can spread it among three or four funds at $25,000 or $50,000 apiece. This allows you to get into the funds at a lower minimum and make sure you are getting the returns and distributions you want, before you decide to invest more money.
  • JD. - I invested $100,000 through CityVest in the DLP Access Fund 1 early in 2019. I think the most recent distribution I got on that fund annualizes out to 11% a year, so I was pretty happy with that. CityVest is providing a service that I’m really not seeing in other places. These are great funds. The CityVest access fund provides you the opportunity to get into these investments for $25,000 or $50,000 where it becomes reasonable for someone with a typical physician level of assets.
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Dr. Dahle is a practicing emergency physician, blogger, author and podcaster. He is not a licensed accountant, attorney or financial advisor. So this podcast is for your entertainment and information only. It should not be considered as official, personalized financial advice.”

Institutional Real Estate Investment Opportunities

For the first time, individual investors can access top tier institutional real estate investment funds which have historically generated rates of return over 20% IRR. Traditionally, these institutional quality, high return funds have had million dollar minimum subscription amounts. However, through CityVest, you can access, conduct due diligence and invest in these funds with just $25,000.

  • Croatan Access Fund
    • Targeted Investor IRR
      14-18%
    • Fund Size
      $8,000,000
    • Fund Type
      Medical Income
    • Distributions
      Quarterly
    • Minimum Investment
      $25,000
  • Closed
    Croatan Access Fund
    • Targeted Investor IRR
      17%
    • Fund Size
      $150,000,000
    • Fund Type
      Multi-Family
    • Distributions
      Quarterly
    • Minimum Investment
      $25,000
  • Closed
    Catalyst Access Fund II
    • Targeted Investor IRR
      20-25%
    • Fund Size
      $30,000,000
    • Fund Type
      Multi-Family
    • Distributions
      Quarterly
    • Minimum Investment
      $25,000
  • Closed
    KCAP Access Fund
    • Targeted Investor IRR
      25%
    • Fund Size
      $50,000,000
    • Fund Type
      Multi-Family
    • Distributions
      Quarterly
    • Minimum Investment
      $25,000
  • Closed
    CalNeva Access Fund
    • Targeted Investor IRR
      13%-18%
    • Fund Size
      $30,000,000
    • Fund Type
      Multi-Family
    • Distributions
      Quarterly
    • Minimum Investment
      $25,000
  • Closed
    McFarlin Access Fund
    • Targeted Investor IRR
      20%+
    • Fund Size
      $100,000,000
    • Fund Type
      Senior Residences
    • Distributions
      Quarterly
    • Minimum Investment
      $25,000

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FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

The presentation at the CityVest.com website includes information provided to CityVest by the fund being described. It contains “forward-looking statements,” as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements, which express fund manager’s current views concerning future events, trends, contingencies or results, appear at various places in this presentation.

Such forward-looking statements can generally be identified by our use of forward-looking terminology such as “targets,” “plans,” “may,” or other similar words (including their use in the negative). Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date this presentation. We do not intend to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events, or otherwise, except as required by applicable law.

Forward-looking statements are subject to inherent risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause the fund’s actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in forward-looking statements include, among other things:

■ Increases in the Company’s borrowing costs as a result of inflation and increasing interest rates and other factors;
■ Changes in real estate market and general economic conditions or economic conditions in the markets in which the Company may, from time to time, compete, and the effect of those changes on the Company’s or revenues, earnings and Offering sources;
■ The ability and willingness of the Company’s tenants to renew their leases with the Company upon expiration of the leases, the Company’s ability to reposition its units on the same or better terms in the event of nonrenewal, including in the event of a recession;
■ Our ability to make acquisitions and dispositions and successfully integrate the businesses we acquire;
■ The Company’s limited operating history;
■ The Company’s success in implementing its business strategies;
■ The nature and extent of future competition, including new construction in the markets in which the Company and its facilities are located;
■ The Company’s reliance on key personnel;
■ The Company’s reliance on third-party vendors of technology, in particular the technology used to process and collect payments, or in the Company’s self-service kiosks or unmanned onsite operations and management;
■ Risks associated with the lack of liquidity of the Company’s securities; and
■ The impact of litigation or any financial, accounting, legal, tax or regulatory issues that may affect the Company or its tenants.

The factors noted above are not exhaustive. The Company operates in a dynamic business environment in which new risks emerge frequently. Further information about the Company’s businesses, including information about factors that could materially affect its results of operations and financial condition, is contained in the Company’s Private Placement Memorandum, which you should read before deciding to invest.