Investing in Communities We Know
As part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in 2017, Congress established a new community development program to incentivize long-term, growth-oriented investments in low-income census tract areas called “Opportunity Zones”
States nominated up to 25% of the low-income census tracts (as shown to the right) as Qualified Opportunity Zones (with up to 5% being low-income contiguous census tracts) which were then certified by the Secretary of the U.S Treasury via his delegation authority to the Internal Revenue Service.
ASD currently has multiple OZ projects in the San Fernando Valley.
Through sourcing and in-depth analysis of market opportunities, ASI is able to make a difference in areas where there is significant demand. Affordable attainable housing is essential to providing the fundamental elements of healthy lives for renters by necessity.
Invest in residential attainable and affordable housing real estate through a Qualified Opportunity Zone (“QOZ”) Fund with a tax advantaged structure.
Properties will be acquired in growth-oriented, demand driven areas to develop or renovate quality attainable housing.
Excellent risk/return profile with attractive annual yields, post stabilization, plus tax excluded capital appreciation as part of the QOZ program.
Managed by one the nation’s largest sponsors of affordable multifamily real estate with over 1,000 investments in 47 states and deep industry knowledge.
This is not an offer to sell nor a solicitation to buy shares of Alliant Strategic Opportunity Zone Fund I. An offer can only be made by a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) which must be read fully to understand all of the risks, charges, expenses, and objectives of an offering. An investment in Alliant Strategic Opportunity Zone Fund I involves risks, including the loss of all or a substantial amount of investment. This is not a short-term investment. This investment is illiquid and is not suitable for everyone. Distributions are not guaranteed in any frequency or amount. Investors are expected to meet minimum financial suitability. Alliant Strategic Investments does not provide tax or legal advice. Investors should consult with their own tax advisors before making an investment decision. Securities are offered through Common Good Financial, Member FINRA/SIPC.