Swell Compound unlocks exclusive investment opportunities typically reserved for rich people. With just $1,000, you can get in on real estate deals that usually require minimum investments of $100,000+. Easily keep track of your Swell Compound investments in the Swell app. Coming soon!
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Invest Like the “Big Guys” for Just $1,000
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Banks offer better investments, better loans, and better perks to their wealthiest customers. We think everyone deserves access to the best financial products and opportunities. That’s why we created Swell Compound.
Swell Compound levels the playing field by giving you access to exclusive real estate investment opportunities normally available only to rich people. With Swell Compound, you can invest like the “big guys” for as little as $1,000.
Swell Compound FAQs
When will Swell Compound be available?
Swell Compound is coming sometime in 2023. Join the waitlist now, and while you wait check out everything else the Swell App has to offer.
What types of investments will be offered?
Swell Compound intends to focus on high-quality real estate investments, such as apartment complexes; industrial warehouses; and luxury, short-term rental properties.
How much will I need to invest?
Usually, similar real estate deals require an investment of $100,000 or more. With Swell Compound, you can get in for as little as $1,000. And, you don’t need to be an accredited investor.
What’s an accredited investor?
“Accredited investor” is a term defined by federal securities laws. Generally, an “accredited investors” is an individual who (a) has income that exceeded $200,000 (or $300,000 with a spouse) in each of the prior two years, and expects the same for the current year, OR (b) has a net worth over $1 million, either alone or with a spouse (excluding the value of the person’s primary residence). Accredited investors tend to be wealthy, sophisticated investors. Frequently some riskier investments are limited to accredited investors who are presumed to better understand the risks of investing and can afford to lose the money they invest.
The idea is to protect new, less experienced investors from getting hurt by risky ventures, but it can create an uneven playing field that Swell Compound is out to fix.
How do I participate in Compound?
Information on Compound will be shared prior to its launch to all Swell Customers and the Swell Compound wait list. Join the waitlist today or get the Swell App and apply for Swell Cash and Swell Credit.
Investments made available via Swell Compound are not FDIC-insured and are not sponsored by or offered by Central Pacific Bank or any other insured depository institution.
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