MVP REIT II income opportunity

The MVP REIT II is an income opportunity investment. It is a publically registered, non-traded real estate investment trust (REIT). Non-traded REITS do not trade on an exchange and can be illiquid.
MVP REIT II is focused on acquiring parking facilities (garages, lets, structures, etc.).  The U.S. parking industry is fragmented and includes more than 40,000 facilities.  Between 2014 and 2019, the parking industry is estimated to grow by 18%.  Some other industry trends include innovative technologies leading to improved control and payment automation.   Further benefits include steady cash flows from lease operators and geographic diversification.
The MVP REIT II currently yields 6% (currently it is 50% cash and 50% additional shares).  The dividend is paid monthly.
This offering closes on October 1, 2016.
MVP has experience in building a parking lot business.  MVP REIT I closed in September 2015 and has 25 properties.  It continues to pay an over 6% dividend yield.
The company intends on listing MVP REIT I for trading in the 4th quarter of 2016.  This might provide liquidity for MVP REIT II in 2017-2018.
If you are interested and would like to discuss in more detail please contact me at 607-231-6330 or Jkerr@kerrfinancial.com.
Jeffrey Kerr is a Registered Representative of and securities are offered through LaSalle St. Securities LLC, member FINRA/SIPC. Mr. Kerr is an Investment Advisor Representative of and advisory services are offered through Kildare Asset Management, a Registered Investment Advisor. Kerr Financial Group and Kildare Asset Management are not affiliated with LaSalle St. Securities LLC.
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