Blog2024-02-29T09:42:25-08:00

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  • Class A, B and C properties explained

Class A, Class B and Class C Property Explained

Our investors often ask about the difference between Class A, Class B, and Class C properties. While there are some boundaries between these three real estate classifications, there are no official guidelines.

We’ll go into the details below, but in a very simple sense:

April 15th, 2024|Industry Updates|
  • real estate easy, online investment, non-accredited.

Tools to make real estate investing easy

We recognize the common hurdles for many in real estate investment, such as the significant time commitment, substantial initial capital often needed, and finding accessible opportunities.

These challenges often discourage many from participating in real estate investing. To combat these issues, CalTier offers a set of solutions aimed at making real …

April 10th, 2024|Industry Updates|
  • WEBINAR, ONLINE PLATFORM ANSWERS

Q&A webinar

If you missed the live Q&A webinar, watch/listen/read below.

We had some fantastic questions from the community about our various funds, general questions on ‘how this works’, real estate as a whole, and more.

Here is some of what we talked about last time:

We already …

April 3rd, 2024|Company Updates|
  • alternative assets and examples

What Are Alternative Investments? Definition and Examples

Alternative investments have the capability to offset market volatility and inflation by diversifying your portfolio beyond traditional investment classes like stocks and bonds. While they come with risk like any investment, alternative investments aren’t tied to the performance of the stock or bond markets, so they’re …

March 22nd, 2024|Industry Updates|

“Everyone should have access to the best commercial real estate investments. Not just the 1%.”

CalTier CEO & Founder
Matt Belcher

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