HigherCaps is a social marketplace for investment properties, and a social network for real estate professionals. We enable investors, sellers and realtors to communicate with one another and each other to grow their business.
Anyone, you only have to set up a free account and create a profile. Your listing and cash flow estimates can be seen by investors and you’ll be shown as the person who made the submission and provided the cash flow estimates. By clicking on your name investors can see your public profile and contact information. If you’re a seller or a real estate agent this is a great way for you to network with other real estate professionals and find potential clients, buyers, or business partners. Make sure your public profile is up to date and includes your skills and qualifications.
Please note, if you are a real estate agent, you can list a property that is not your listing granted you have the permission of the listing agent. Simply send the listing agent a message and ask them if they are okay with you promoting their listing on your social media.
There are no specific minimum requirements, however, since this is a community of real estate investors we ask that you list properties that you truly believe would be a great investment. We highly encourage users to refer properties that have high cash flow.
Revenues and expenses are provided by the person who submitted the listing. Users can review the profile of the person who posted the listing to make sure they have sufficient level of expertise and experience to provide accurate estimates. You may also contact them and speak to them directly about their referral. We highly encourage you to work with a real estate professional when purchasing a property. HigherCaps does not guarantee information and estimates provided by its users.
Cost of having a third party property management company handle the day-to-day landlord tasks, such as finding tenants, responding to tenant requests, etc.
Condo fee, HOA, or any unavoidable fee related to property management that the owner is responsible for