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Maximizing investor returns through direct commercial real estate investments.

DENHOLTZ INVESTOR PORTAL CURRENT OFFERINGS

 

Average Occupancy
92%
Total Square Feet
3714099
Total Number of Properties
39

Learn the advantages of working with an experienced, knowledgeable team.

The combination of well-established relationships and a reputation for excellence has positioned our firm as a trusted partner by their investors, project partners, and local communities.

We believe hidden value is always in plain sight and that new’s no substitute for experience, unless it’s more experience.

We continue to adopt the latest technologies to boost efficiency, streamline operations and open new avenues for successful real estate investment, allowing us to capitalize on unique and advantageous opportunities in the marketplace.

 

FAQs

Read straight-talk answers to all your commonly asked questions.

New Investors

What is the company's overall investment strategy?

Denholtz Properties is a privately held, fully integrated real estate development, investment and management company with more than 60 years of commercial real estate experience.

Denholtz Properties actively targets multi-tenant office and industrial properties in select markets to diversify risk and provide maximum returns for its capital partners.  Our entrepreneurial spirit and decades of experience have enabled us to consistently grow a diverse, multi-state portfolio reflecting a variety of property types and locations consisting of millions of square feet of quality real estate. We consistently achieve superior risk-adjusted returns by leveraging our diverse capabilities along with our specialized and established position within the industry and our target markets.

Who can participate in an investment?

To participate in an investment, you must be an accredited investor.

What is an Accredited Investor? 

 Federal laws require that companies register with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) prior to selling any securities to investors. These laws are designed to protect investors. However, there are certain exemptions to this registration requirement. 

One exemption from registration is provided by Regulation D, which  allows companies to offer securities to “accredited investors” in a private offering. Accredited Investors are defined by the SEC as individuals with income exceeding $200,000 annually ($300,000 per couple) with the expectation of that continuing, or a net worth of more than $1 million, excluding the value of the primary residence. 

How do I verify my accredited status? 

Denholtz has two ways to proceed with verifying your accredited status. 

  1. Use VerifyInvestor.com via your investing account (instructions are outlined in this article: How do I access VerifyInvestor.com?) 
  1. Use a qualified, independent third-party verifier, such as your CPA, attorney, or wealth advisor. You may use the verification letter template below. 

Can Denholtz Verify my accreditation? 

No, Denholtz is not an SEC-qualified party and cannot verify your accreditation. Please do not upload financial documents (e.g. account balance statements, tax returns, W-2s, etc.) directly to your CrowdStreet Transaction Center for this purpose. 

CrowdStreet does not require and will not store this type of documentation for you to invest on the CrowdStreet marketplace. We only require a letter verifying your accredited status, per SEC rules. 

What kind of documentation is required to verify my accreditation? 

The majority of investors are asked to supply to their SEC-qualified verifier copies of W-2s or tax returns to verify annual income, and/or account balance statements to verify net worth, but additional requirements may vary depending on the complexity of the investor’s financial situation. 

We suggest either reaching out to your CPA, attorney, or wealth advisor, or to use VerifyInvestor.com (they will answer questions about the specific documentation required by emailing support@verifyinvestor.com). 

 

How do your investments generate income for your investors?

Distributions are paid monthly.

Current Investors

How can I change my contact information?

Email Investor Relations at investor@denholtz.com with the new contact information or call 732-388-3000 and ask for Investor Relations.

How do I assign my interest?

Please fill out this form with your lawyer, and provide us with the new owner’s name, address, and social security or EIN #.  Also, please inform us if there will be a step up in basis.

When will I get my K1s?

K1s start getting mailed out/posted on the investor portal in March.

How will I receive my K1s?

K-1’s will be posted to the Investor Portal.  In order to retrieve them, you will need to update your preferences in the Investor Portal by choosing electronic consent through your account settings (if you have not done so already). By granting electronic consent, you will be notified via email as soon as your K-1’s are posted, allowing you to download instantly.

How to Give Electronic Consent for Your K-1’s:

  • Log in to the Investor Portal.
  • Click “Hi [Your Name]” in the top right corner
  • Select “My Account” from the dropdown menu
  • Click “Electronic Consent” from the menu under your name on the left side

  • Scroll down and click “I consent to have Schedules K-1 for each of my investments furnished electronically via this portal rather than mailed to my designated address”

If you still require your K-1’s to be delivered by mail, you will need to specifically request by emailing investor@denholtz.com 

How often will I get distributions on my investment?

Most investments pay monthly distributions.  If there is a change to distribution frequency or amount, partners will receive a memo informing them of the change.

How do I arrange for my distributions to go directly into my bank account via ACH?

In order to arrange for your distributions to go directly into your bank account via ACH:

  • Log in to your account
  • Click on “Hi [First Name]”
    • Click on the dropdown – “My Account”
  • From “My Account,”
    • Click on the entity that you would like your distributions to be sent to via ACH
  • Under the “Distribution Banking Information,”
    • select “ACH” from the first dropdown option
  • *Swift code and Funding Note are optional fields
  • When finished, click on the “Save Entity” box in the top right

Or, you can fill out this ACH form and email it to investor@denholtz.com

How do I sign up for the portal?

As a current investor, you should have received an email invitation to the portal.  If you haven’t received the email invitation, please email Investor Relations at investor@denholtz.com or call 732-388-3000 and ask for Investor Relations.  An email can be sent out to you with instructions on how to register.

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