What is Ocean Coast Capital and how does it work?
Ocean Coast Capital is a private, well-capitalized, real estate investment firm founded by Gavin & Ty. We help clients achieve superior risk-adjusted returns through the acquisition of mobile home communities, apartment complexes, and self storage facilities nationwide. Ocean Coast Capital is financed by accredited investors seeking a combination of strong cash flow and equity growth.
We purchase mobile home communities, apartment complexes, and self storage facilities with a very specific set of criteria – manage them effectively and efficiently – and distribute cash flow to investors.
What am I investing in?
Ocean Coast Capital offers investors the opportunity to invest in diversified funds and single asset raises for mobile home communities, apartment complexes, and self storage facilities.
Can I invest with my self-directed IRA or other retirement account?
Yes! We can process investments through a variety of self-directed retirement accounts.
How will investor reporting work?
Investors will receive access to their investor portal where they can review their investment details and relevant documents at any time.
Depending on the offering, investors can expect to see monthly or quarterly updates.
Am I investing in a Fund or a Project Specific Syndication?
Ocean Coast Capital offers both funds and project specific syndications based on the asset and your goals as an investor. Each raise will specify both the asset type and the investment type to ensure you are well informed about the investment you are making.
Who is eligible to invest with Ocean Coast Capital?
Currently, our offerings are 506c which require you to be an Accredited Investor. Click here for more information about what it takes to become an Accredited Investor.
What tax documents should I expect to receive?
You will receive a K-1 at the end of each year for each of your investments. You’ll be able to access these documents from our secure investor portal.
What are the tax implications of investing in real estate syndications like Ocean Coast Capital?
Real estate investments and syndications offer a number of tax advantages. To fully cover these implications, Brandon Turner interviewed Amanda Han and Matt MacFarland from Keystone CPA. Amanda and Matt specialize in tax strategies for real estate investors. You can watch the full interview here.
Does any depreciation or losses get passed through to the investor?
Yes! We typically perform cost segregation studies on all of our assets, allowing investors to benefit from bonus and accelerated deprecation.
Invested in Investing with Us?
Join our email list to be notified about future investment opportunities.
*All offers and sales of any securities will be made only to Accredited Investors, which for natural persons, are investors who meet certain minimum annual income or net worth thresholds or hold certain SEC approved certifications. Any securities that are offered, are offered in reliance on certain exemptions from the registration requirements of the Securities Act of 1933 (primarily Rule 506C of Regulation D and/or Section 4(a)(2) of the Act) and are not required to comply with specific disclosure requirements that apply to registrations under the Act.
The SEC has not passed upon the merits of, or given its approval to any securities offered by Ocean Coast Capital, the terms of the offering, or the accuracy of completeness of any offering materials. Any securities that are offered by Open Door Capital are subject to legal restrictions on transfer and resale and investors should not assume they will be able to resell any securities offered by Ocean Coast Capital.
Investing in securities involves risk, and investors should be able to bear the loss of their investment. Any securities offered by Ocean Coast Capital are not subject to the protections of the Investment Company Act.
Any performance data shared by Ocean Coast Capital represents past performance and past performance does not guarantee future results. Neither Ocean Coast Capital nor any of its funds are required by law to follow any standard methodology when calculating and representing performance data and the performance of any such funds may not be directly comparable to the performance of other private or registered funds.