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I've partaken in multiple private real estate partnerships.

As AJ pointed out, getting out can be a problem. Also look at management fees and control.
I'm sure you're aware, you won't have any control. However, in many real estate partnerships the controlling partners get 20% of the profit, the remaining 80% is distributed to other partners, in addition the managing partners get management fees from managing both the partnership and the property.

In my younger days I would love to have been the managing partner, not so much (while I am) a non-controlling partner.

Personally, I'm a little concerned they're taking a crows funding approach rather than a REIT or limited partnership. Perhaps it's to bypass regulatory compliance issues. There are probably better ways into the real estate market.
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