Elevate Lens +

Real Estate Investing Strategy

Elevate Lens+ is our proprietary financial model used to evaluate all potential real estate investments for our STNL+ commercial properties REIT. To be eligible for purchase by this REIT, properties must meet our rigorous standards and qualifications.


Our criteria are leases with 5 or more remaining years and with rental increases of 1% or more per year. We favor long-term, durable rental cash flows coupled with rental increases that we believe will keep pace with inflation.


"Investment Grade” tenant financial strength as rated by Standard & Poor’s is desired. If the tenant’s credit is not rated, we scrutinize tenant financial statements and the profitability of the property’s business operations.


Location is assessed by evaluating comparative rental rates with other properties in the area and analyzing local demographic trends. Properties with limited and quantifiable deferred maintenance are preferred.

360 View

Our professional opinion and insights where we consider both quantitative and qualitative factors in determining our investment decision.

$16 Trillion

The total size of commercial real estate in the U.S. was estimated $16 trillion in 2018.

High Returns

The market size of commercial real estate, as measured by revenue, was $992B in 2020.

Growing Market

The total value of commercial real estate construction activity in 2020 was about $80B.


Income is generated from monthly tenant rental receipts.

Capital appreciation

Capital appreciation, or the increase in a property’s value over time, is realized when REIT shareholders sell their shares via Share Redemption.

Portfolio Diversification

As 2020 taught us, you never know what's going to happen -- with the economy or in the world. So having your investments spread across different assets is one of the wisest moves you can make in the long run.

For example, our Future of Housing Fund’s development of modular home communities may result in capital appreciation as determined by independent property appraisals. If so, such capital appreciation would be reflected in an increased value of FOHF shares.

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