Even with new Colorado legislation in the works to help buyers and renters, demand continues to outpace supply
Certain capital gains dating back to January 1, 2022 still qualify for investment
Even as the short-term economic environment worsens, we continue to find fantastic investment opportunities supported by exceedingly strong demand for rental housing and minimal development competition.
A Forbes article that provides an in-depth overview of our investing, progress and strategy.
We are thrilled that Fund IV reached our target fundraise and closed earlier than expected. The strong investor participation is a validation of our thesis and market, and we are extremely thankful for all of the support.
Amongst a plethora of information worth sharing, mountain town residents ranked affordable housing and the availability of housing as the top two most critical issues facing their communities.
More than $15 billion in property sales in 2020 in the eight main Colorado mountain counties marks a 61% increase over 2019, the largest increase ever.
One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is how exactly an increase in capital gains tax affects the returns of an OZ investment. The end result is positive, albeit somewhat nuanced.
In Colorado, there is just over a 3 week supply of single-family homes and a 1.1 month supply of condos and townhomes, the lowest on record. 4-6 months of supply is considered balanced.
One of the most frequently asked questions from prospective investors is in regards to the size of our team and capacity.
Announcement of new projects under contract, Q+A from investors, fundraising updates, and more.
Any capital gains realized on or after October 4, 2019, and any partnership gains realized on or after January 1, 2019, still qualify for investment in an Opportunity Zone Fund until March 31, 2021
Understanding Colorado's intentional selection of Opportunity Zones and the incentive's ability to attract capital to the state requires more than a quick visual inspection of an OZ map. Explore Colorado’s Opportunity Zone Map with Four Points Funding.
Our Opportunity Zone Funds enjoyed incredible support and momentum despite a challenging 2020. As we reflect, we want to share our important milestones in 2020 and how they have prepared us for another successful year.
IRS Opportunity Zone extensions gave Opportunity Zones time to mature into a mainstream investment vehicle.
Populations in western Colorado, for example, were projected to rise more than +67% by 2050. Now, in 2020 the number of people looking for homes in rural areas has increased +115% compared to 2019.
People are rapidly migrating to western “gateway towns,” or small towns adjacent to public lands, ski areas, and outdoor recreation.
If you realized a capital gainson or after October 4th, 2019, it qualifies for investment in an OZ Fund until December 31, 2020
There are no impact reporting requirements for Opportunity Zones today, but many proposals exist to change that.
Critics claim OZ legislation is an unnecessary tax incentive, while advocates insist the legislation is proliferating the flow of capital to regions often overlooked by investors.
The last decade saw the lowest amount of new housing development nationally since 1959, including Colorado markets, which ended the recent decade with record lows.
Though our OZ Funds generally mirror “standard” real estate investment funds, a number of special considerations are required in order to safely maximize OZ incentives.
We explain how to compare the benefits and returns of an OZ investment to a non-OZ investment. There are several important financial advantages in addition to the often discussed tax incentives of deferral, reduction and forgiveness of capital gains.
Investing in rural markets requires a distinct set of tools. In our latest letter to investors, we explain some of Four Points Funding's keys to finding uncommon value in untapped markets.
Markets deserving of investment in the United States, and especially in Colorado, are getting overlooked due to the biased flow of capital to larger markets.
Enjoying an outdoor recreation-driven lifestyle is no longer a fantasy for people, which are expected to drive a +67% increase in Colorado’s West Slope population by 2050.
Deadline for many investors to place capital gains in OZ Funds is now July 15 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In our most recent letter to investors, we discuss some timely considerations of placing capital in OZ Funds.
1031 investors are considering Opportunity Zones as an alternative vehicle to gain liquidity without sacrificing all their tax benefits.
Four Points Funding is focused on unlocking nascent value in the overlooked and undervalued communities outside major metropolitan areas. Attracting capital at scale to these areas requires some new ways of thinking and operating.
Last week, we received further recognition from Forbes as the #1 fund investing in our category
6 Projects and $17.6M Equity Committed, Final OZ Regulations Provide Clear Sailing, 1231 Gains Get Exceptionally Favorable Treatment
A feature from The Daily Sentinel in Grand Junction
Venture capital money from California's lucrative Silicon Valley is flowing more and more each year into Colorado
After over a year of waiting on IRS guidance and preparing, it's truly exciting to make our first Opportunity Zone investments.
The Western Slope economy was already improving. Then Opportunity Zones added a power boost.
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