You can view our offering circular with our redemption plan on page 54 and 55 of our offering circular here: Offering Circular:
“While limited partners should view this investment as long-term, with poor liquidity, we have adopted a redemption plan whereby, on a monthly basis, an investor may have the opportunity to obtain liquidity. The General Partner has designed our redemption plan with a view towards providing investors with an initial period during which to decide whether a long-term investment in the company is appropriate for their portfolio. In addition, despite the illiquid nature of the assets expected to be held by the company, the General Partner believes it is in the best interest of all limited partners to provide the opportunity for limited quarterly liquidity in the event a limited partner needs it, by offering a discounted redemption price prior to year 2. The difference between the NAV per unit and the discounted value would accrue to limited partners who have not requested redemption. Our General Partner does not receive any economic benefit as a result of the discounted redemption price through year 2.
Pursuant to our redemption plan, a limited partner may only (a) have one outstanding redemption request at any given time and (b) request that we redeem up to the lesser of 10,000 units or $50,000 per each redemption request. In addition, the redemption plan is subject to certain liquidity limitations, which may fluctuate depending on the liquidity of the real estate assets held by us.
For the first eighty-nine (89) days following the settlement of the units subject to the redemption request (the “Introductory Period”), the per unit redemption price will be equal to the purchase price of the units being redeemed reduced by
|(i)||the aggregate sum of distributions paid with respect to such units, rounded down to the nearest cent and|
|(ii)||the aggregate sum of distributions, if any, declared but unpaid on the units subject to the redemption request.|
In other words, a limited partner would receive back their original investment amount, from the redemption price paid, prior distributions received and distributions that have been declared (and that will be received when paid), but would not receive any amounts in excess of their original investment amount.
Beginning with the ninetieth (90th) day following the settlement of the units subject to the redemption request (the “Post-Introductory Period”), the per unit redemption price will be calculated based on a declining discount to our most recently disclosed NAV per unit at the time of the redemption request, and rounded down to the nearest cent (the “repurchase price”). For example, for requests made during the fiscal quarter January 1 through March 31, 2024, the declining discount will be applied to the NAV per unit calculated as of the close of business on December 31, 2023, assuming no adjustments in that period and prior to giving effect to any share purchases or redemptions to be effected on December 31, 2022. In addition, the redemption plan is subject to certain aggregate liquidity limitations, which may vary depending on the underlying liquidity of the real estate assets held by us. During the Post-Introductory Period, the redemption price with respect to the units that are subject to the redemption request will not be reduced by the aggregate sum of distributions, if any, that have been (i) paid with respect to such units prior to the date of the redemption request or (ii) declared but unpaid on such units with record dates during the period between the redemption request date and the redemption date.”