DLP Housing Fund LLC

Accredited Investors only.*

The DLP Housing Fund’s primary strategy is to positively impact the workforce housing crisis in America. Our goal is to provide safe, clean, affordable housing to 250,000 residents through 100,000 affordable workforce housing units while providing these families with a path to prosperity. The $1 billion Fund will make this impact through its investment in the acquisition, management, and improvement of income producing rental communities. The Fund is structured to provide consistent monthly returns, strong growth, limited volatility, and tax shelter to its investors. Our focus is primarily in secondary and tertiary markets in the sunbelt region. 

Equity investments in affordable multifamily rental communities

Investments in improving, preserving and creating housing that is and will

remain “affordable” to the local workforce

Primarily Class B, Income Producing, Value-Add 

Fund TypeReal Estate Equity
Fund InvestmentsPrimarily Income Producing Value-Add Multi-family Rental Communities and a Minority in Real Estate Loans
Direct/Indirect SecurityEquity Ownership in Real Estate & Mortgages
Inception DateJanuary 2020
Fund TermEvergreen
Capital Commitment$133,153,283
Targeted Annual Return12%
Preferred Return6%
Year to Date Preferred Return (DRIP Program)6.30%
Most Recent Full Year Return (DRIP Program)14.50%
Periods of Missed Preferred ReturnZero
Management Fee1.5% Subordinate to Preferred Return
Mangement Promote80/20 Upon Achieving 6% Preferred Return
Redemption NotificationAnnual Redemption
ManagementDLP Housing Fund Manager, LLC
IRA Investment OptionYes
Tax Shelter through DepreciationYes
Target Fund Size$1 Billion
Target Minimum Investment$500,000
Unit Price Per Share$1,000
Minimum 5%
Committed Capital
Must Be AccreditedYes
Audited FinancialsYes, CohnReznick
Legal Counsel
Seward & Kissel, LLP
Institutional OptionYes
Reporting FrequencyQuarterly

Past performance is not a guarantee of future performance.

* Accredited Investor Definition: For an individual to be considered an accredited investor, he or she must have a net worth of at least one million US dollars, not including the value of one’s primary residence or have income at least $200,000 each year for the last two years (or $300,000 together with his or her spouse if married) and have the expectation to make the same amount this year.

Risk Disclaimer: Investing in private real estate funds and notes secured by real estate has certain inherent risks, which could result in the loss of some or all of your principal investment.

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