Investment Opportunities

Building wealth through real estate and freedom through cash flow.

Freedom Fund: One

Together, we can do more.

If you believe in freedom through cash flow, we have an investment opportunity for you.

The Freedom Fund: One acquires multi-family apartment buildings in markets that we have researched and love!

If you have wanted to invest in real estate but just haven’t had the time or desire to become and expert, we have an investment option for you. Members of Freedom Fund: One enjoy the benefits of owning apartment buildings with out the hassles of being a landlord.

For more details on investing in opportunities like Freedom Fund: One, accredited investors can call Tyler Vinson directly at 509-414-5123.

We’re all in! The best real estate deals our acquisition team can put together will be purchased by Freedom Fund: One. A select few investors will be invited to invest side by side with CEO Tyler Vinson who aims to do the deals that produce cash flow, equity and tax benefits!

Additional reasons our investors have told us they love us…

  • Portfolio Diversification
  • Secured By Real Estate
  • No Management Headaches
  • World Class Organization
  • Evaluations & Due Diligence Process
  • We Provide The Deals & Make It Easy
  • Excellent Service
  • Members Are Owners
  • Target Markets In WA, AZ, ID, CO, & NC
  • Actively Investing In Apartments

Special Invitation Only Private Investor Education Event March 7, 2019

If you would like to be considered for this event or would like more information about our investment opportunities, please fill out the form below and we will contact you!

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Private Investments are only available to accredited investors.

Accredited investors, as defined by the Federal Securities and Exchange Commission, includes anyone who: earned income that exceeds $200,000 (or $300,000 together with a spouse) in each of the prior two years, and reasonably expects the same for the current year, or has a net worth over $1 million, either alone or together with a spouse (excluding the value of the person’s primary residence).

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