Investing in longevity.
Senior Living Fund V - USA is designed to provide the capital to take advantage of the national demand for senior housing, and provide substantial projected returns to the Fund’s investors through a geographically diversified investment. This is Senior Living Fund's fifth senior housing equity fund.
SLF Fixed Income Fund I (SLF FIF I) provides a diversified senior housing investment with a shorter investment term, lower risk, and fixed monthly income. It may invest in a broader range of senior housing developments, including senior apartments and independent living.
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Unlike SLF V USA and SLF FIF I, our 1031 exchange opportunity focuses on a single existing value-add community in Daytona Beach, Florida. The community enjoys a strong occupancy rate and consistent stabilized income. SLF 1031 Countryside Lakes qualifies as a tax deferral property / 1031 exchange.
The community offers the following:
Senior Living Fund has four prior equity Funds that are closed for investment, though are still in various stages of the Fund’s life cycle. All current Senior Living Fund investors have 24/7 access to fund performance details on our secure Investor Portal. For a general overview of our past funds, click here.
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