Why partner with Origin?
Our solutions meet a wide range of client needs such as tax-efficiency, enhancing portfolio yield, maximizing growth, and minimizing volatility.
We simplify the investing process, leaving you more time to focus on what is most important for your business.
Leverage your dedicated relationship manager’s deep expertise in private real estate investing to keep your clients educated and informed.
Streamlined Client Reporting
Our Funds are available for custody on all major third-party custodial platforms.
Our advisor share class offers an attractive fee structure in line with terms typically only available for large institutional investors.
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Our private real estate funds provide tax efficiency, low volatility and diversification.
Have confidence in your fund manager.
Assets under management
"Most consistent top-performing private real estate fund manager"
Three reasons to allocate to private real estate:
Meet high-net-worth investor goals.
Private real estate reduces portfolio volatility, has a low correlation to equities, provides diversification, generates yield, and enhances returns. In today’s market, it’s not enough to just build the traditional portfolio of stocks and bonds.
Differentiate your practice.
Real estate expertise can be a time-intensive skill set for advisors to acquire and so many choose not to. Advisors that offer alternative investments through a vetted manager will have a competitive advantage that can allow you to attract new clients.
Build stronger relationships.
In a recent InvestmentNews survey, 51% of investors said they would seek to execute alternative investment strategies through their financial advisor vs. working directly through an asset manager. A crucial part of relationship management is providing a holistic look across a client’s entire investment portfolio.
The multifamily real estate asset class provides stable, non-correlated returns to help your clients achieve optimal portfolio diversification. Multifamily properties have consistently demonstrated lower risk and higher returns than other property types and have a low correlation to equities, bonds, and other alternative asset classes.
The bubble sizes in the corresponding chart represent the Sharpe ratio for each property type—a measure of excess return, above the risk-free rate, per unit of risk for a given property type.
*Represents the average annual risk-adjusted return over each 10-year period from 1990 to 2020. Data source: national council of real estate investment fiduciaries (ncreif).