100% passive income: Own stabilized cash flows from top real estate entrepreneurs originated by an experienced team. Accredited investors can earn stated required distributions of 3-4% per quarter.
Achieve your best future: Whether you have specific financial objectives — like saving for college tuition, early retirement, earning uncorrelated sources of income — or you’re simply looking to accumulate wealth: Nectar can put you on the fast-track toward your goals.
Limited risk, maximized returns: Our investment team rigorously underwrites every cash-flow seller to ensure capital preservation, limit downside risk, and maximize income.
Need liquidity faster? Not a problem - your investment will generate monthly income, paid quarterly. Or you can reinvest your distributions, allowing them to compound and generate higher returns over time.
Quarterly distributions are reinvested in Nectar Fund II.
Quarterly cash distributions targeting 12-15% to investor.
Meet the Nectar Team
What does Nectar do?
Nectar has created an innovative financial product that allows you as an investor to purchase a stream of income generated from a piece of property. Short term rentals/Airbnb is the most innovative and high yielding space in real estate right now so that is our focus. We vet thousands of Airbnb hosts and only provide financing to the absolute best operators with the most consistent income profile.
How does the Investment Product Work?
We make an up front payment in exchange for a share of a host's revenue that equals up to 65% of the cashflow (net income minus all operating expenses) that a host generates on a monthly basis. We call this amount their minimum budgeted payment (MBP).
As the host makes money from guests staying at their Airbnb they pay us a portion of their net income that corresponds to their MBP. The MBP is used to support the targeted quarterly distribution for investors.
What happens if a host is underperforming?
1. Replace the underperforming management company and assign a new manager 2. Extend the term of the agreement if the operator hasn’t paid the advance back in full at the end of the term 3. Swap underperforming units out for high-performing units in the operator’s portfolio