Portfolio with the Vacation Economy
The global short-term rental market is a $1.2 trillion industry with demand outpacing supply. Join us on the ground floor as we capitalize on a rapidly growing market.
Who We Are
Real estate is considered to be America’s most popular investment1, and the emerging short-term rental market has been a fascinating — and quickly growing — sector in the industry recently. However, too many investors are locked out of the market by high costs and time-consuming management. reAlpha has the answer. We’re building a platform where anyone will be able to buy shares in reAlpha’s properties at the tap of a finger.2
reAlpha is ready to meet the moment. We are building a platform3 where anyone will be able to buy shares in reAlpha’s Airbnb properties. We leverage proprietary algorithms to choose the most Airbnb-viable properties to add to the reAlphaHOMES portfolio. Right now, you can take the spot typically reserved for VCs, because we’ve opened up this opportunity to everyone.
Why do we make it real
in 12 months
AIRBNB AS AN
Thanks to the rise of Airbnb and VRBO, the vacation rental market is red hot. 10 million short-term rentals are currently operating around the world, from Toronto, Canada, to Tangier, Morocco, and even in your hometown. We’re building a portfolio of vacation-ready properties to get our slice of the global $1.2 trillion vacation rental pie. Just look at these stats:
a record of $34
Billion in 20217
revenue was up 76.6%
24% of Airbnb stays are 28 days or more9
Buıld The Portfolıo
Open fractional ownership in individual properties
Our Property-Analyzing Criteria
access to freeways?
Become A Shareholder and Take a Vacation…. Accomodations on us!
WHAT OUR RECENT SHAREHOLDERS ARE SAYING ABOUT US
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The reImagine Fund
We believe in wealth creation for everyone. That’s why reAlpha Tech Corp plans to match up to 2% of the Regulation A raise to potentially create up to $30 million in real estate for underrepresented populations and enable our future workplace opportunity programs.