Arrived provides investors with detailed property financial reports on a regular basis so that investors can understand their individual property performance. These financials are prepared in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and are submitted to the SEC as a part of our regulatory filings.
Those filings are all public and linked from both the property page (in the property financial breakdown section) as well as our our general filings page, which includes all SEC documents.
See below for an example of the documents in our Property Financial Breakdown section:
Additionally, below you can find a description of each filing type along with the contents of each document.
What is a 1-SA? Half Year Property Financials
The 1-SA contains semi-annual, unaudited financial statements and other information that show property financial performance from January 1 to June 30 of the current calendar year. The 1-SA is available to view in October. This document includes a balance sheet for each property, individual property income statements, and statements of cash flows (including information about dividends (or distributions). This also includes non-cash items like depreciation, which lower the tax burden, but do not reduce the cash flow.
What is a 1-K? Full Year Property Financials
The 1-K contains annual audited financial statements and other information that show property financial performance from January 1 to December 31 of the previous calendar year. The 1-K is available at the end of April of the next year. This document includes cash flows from operating activities, cash flows from financing activities, net change in cash and cash equivalents, supplemental disclosure of cash flow information, supplemental disclosure of non-cash investing and financing activities, and many other important financial items.
What is a 1-U? Material Events Disclosures
This document is used to communicate all material events, including declaring dividends, which displays the dividend per share for all properties.
Check out Why and How Arrived Works with the SEC for more details!