Currently investors will need to plan to hold their shares for the full investment period until the property is sold and investors are paid their proportional proceeds from the sale. In the future we intend to offer an option to access liquidity during the investment period, but there can be no guarantee when that will be available, and there may be fees involved. Please submit your email if you would like to be notified of future developments.

Arrived strives to give investors the opportunity to build wealth through real estate. Historically, real estate returns have been maximized when treated as a long-term investment over multiple years. Arrived property offerings typically have a 5 year minimum investment period before a property would be sold.

Arrived has filed a planned redemption program with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), and it is currently under review for Qualification. A redemption program would allow investors the ability to sell their shares and receive the financial proceeds from the sale. Arrived will not be able to support early redemption requests until the program is reviewed and qualified. This review is still pending, and we will be updating this FAQ as soon as it is complete. Additionally, there may be fees associated with any early redemption requests.


Any redemption program would be subject to the compliance and transfer restrictions described in our Offering Circular (here). There may be penalties or fees associated with redeeming shares. We cannot guarantee that any redemptions will be possible.

Additionally, we may, but are not required, to make a secondary market for the shares. If a secondary market option for the shares develops, we will terminate the aforementioned redemption plan. The initial sale price of the shares does not represent a minimum or maximum price at which future buyers may be willing to purchase your shares in any secondary market at any time. Arrived shares will not be listed or displayed on any securities exchange. There can be no assurance that a secondary market for the shares will develop. Additionally, any secondary market that does develop may be subject to transaction fees. Any such fees will be disclosed and charged concurrently with the completion of the transaction.

In this video from a previous webinar, Arrived CEO, Ryan Frazier discusses the steps an investor can take to liquidate their shares before the end of the standard holding period.

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