Common equity at a share price of $10.00 Shares offered in this round: 500,000Maximum offering this round: $5,000,000
Aligning Residents as Owners for a Disruptive Change
At VictoryBase, we empower our residents with the benefits of equity ownership.
We believe that with the right tools and right incentives, everyone can be an equity owner and reap the rewards that go along with it. This creates a win win for our residents and our investors.
As a resident in our community, you get the unique ability to invest in our company through your monthly payment, meaning you can build an equity investment without the commitment of a mortgage, while paying a comparable monthly market rate.
As an investor, both resident and non resident, you get the benefits of investing in our company which invests in high quality residential communities, with a business model that strives to optimize annual cash flow and real estate appreciation.
Our rich military heritage and unwavering core values of duty, patriotism, and innovation set us apart. At VictoryBase, we aren't just changing how you live; we're reshaping the entire real estate industry landscape.
Who We Are
At VictoryBase, we are disrupting the existing residential model by offering a new alternative to traditional home ownership and rent. We provide high-quality homes to our residents and empower them by making them owners in the company and giving them the right tools to care for their home. By fostering an "ownership mindset," we seek to create better communities and drive a higher net operating income from our assets through better occupancy, higher additional income and lower operating expenses.
We primarily serve military markets because our nation’s heroes move frequently, often making it difficult to become homeowners. VictoryBase offers the benefits of an investment, even when buying a home isn’t an option.
We are a veteran founded company with a vision to disrupt the entire real estate industry through our new innovative approach.
Our Ask: Investing In Us
VictoryBase Corporation is offering $5,000,000 in Class A Common Stock, priced at $10.00 per share. Investors are investing in one or more Special Purpose Vehicles ("SPVs") established by Wefunder as our Co-issuer. We plan to use the investment proceeds to invest in our portfolio of diversified residential real estate assets located adjacent to major military installations. The funding will allow VictoryBase Holdings (the entity where we house our operating assets) to acquire additional VictoryBase Properties, further supporting our anticipated growth and expansion. The average home price of our target markets typically ranges from $250,000 to $300,000. By allocating the $5mm of capital from this raise, net of Wefunder Fees, along with outside preferred equity investors, we can facilitate 400-475 new homes into our structure through this offering. (Calculated as $250,000 to $300,000 per home, where 60% is debt, 36% is preferred equity, and 4% is REG CF funds from this offering. This is a general assumption and could vary depending on each deal, preferred equity investor terms, and debt terms.)
VictoryBase Corporation and its shareholders have economic exposure to the equity and cashflow of VictoryBase Properties by purchasing units of VictoryBase Holdings, the portfolio holding company of all VictoryBase Properties. VictoryBase Holdings can use this capital to invest in the equity needed to acquire additional VictoryBase Properties. The structure and requirements can change depending on economic conditions, the individual deal, etc... and no returns can ever be guaranteed to investors.
As a shareholder of VictoryBase Corporation, you are part of the investment in a diversified residential real estate portfolio that aims to increase value through property-level cash flow and asset appreciation.
The Problem: America's Broken Housing Model
Many people struggle to decide what's best for them, because buying a home and renting a home both come with significant drawbacks.
Buying a home is a significant commitment, best suited for those planning to stay for at least 5 to 7 years. Given the realtor fees and transaction costs, selling a home prematurely can be quite expensive, making it challenging, if not impossible, to recoup these expenses.
Renting might seem convenient in the short term, but it doesn't offer the long-term benefits of equity ownership. Over time, renters may face escalating rents and have nothing to show for their years of payments, missing out on the opportunity to build equity in a property.
Service Members have another option: residing in government housing on military installations. However, these homes are often outdated and, similarly, lack an equity opportunity.
Our Solution: A Whole New New Living Model
VictoryBase introduces a new ownership model that aligns the interests of our residents with our company.
We equip our residents with the necessary technology and tools to help them take care of their homes and embrace an ownership mindset. Moreover, when residents need to move or relocate, they can keep their shares with them as a long-term investment.
How It Works: The VictoryBase Model
At VictoryBase, we seek to acquire and develop residential communities across the country. Our residents use our proprietary technology mobile/web application, which assists them in taking care of their homes effectively.
Monthly Payment Model
Instead of paying rent to a landlord or a mortgage to a bank, our residents, known as EquityBase Investors, make an EquityBase Payment on the 1st of every month. This payment consists of:
EquityBase Investors: Owners and Residents Together
What sets VictoryBase Properties apart is that our residents have the option to become EquityBase Investors, meaning they can be both investors and residents of our communities.
We offer our residents an exclusive app, encouraging them to manage the house as their very own home. Within this digital platform, EquityBase Investors can invest, process monthly payments, adhere to a monthly home care checklist, secure additional home services, and submit maintenance requests with ease.
Portfolio Performance and Projections
Currently, VictoryBase Holdings manages two (2) subsidiary properties which we call VictoryBase SC1, LLC or "SC1" and VictoryBase NY1, LLC or "NY1".
SC1- Beaufort, SC
NY1- Sackets Harbor, NY*
*Currently held as a Class C unit and subject to share class conversion at the discretion of VictoryBase Management. We urge interested parties to read the offering Form C for further details*
Growth and Scalability
The top 3 strategies to expand our Assets Under Management (AUM):
Each of these options may grow our AUM, increase asset and geographic diversification, and may further strengthen our brand by increasing the number of EquityBase Investors who live in our communities.
Why We Believe Single Family Community is a Strong Asset Class
BFR is an acronym for "Build for Rent, and SFR is an acronym for "Single Family Rental"
Sources include: Zelman & Associates Single-Family Rental Survey, Green Street, Company Data, and MarketWatch
Together, We are Striving to Revolutionize the World of Residential Real Estate
Your investment does more than just fund a project; it drives a transformative vision forward. As we stand on the cusp of innovation, VictoryBase aspires to revolutionize residential real estate in a manner reminiscent of industry trailblazers. In this envisioned future, residents could revel in the empowerment of equity ownership, investors stand to witness a potential uplift in asset performance, and entire communities may flourish, fueled by enhanced living experiences.
Join us on our mission to disrupt the world of residential real estate.
*Our Assets Under Management is calculated as NY1 ($8,200,000) and SC1 ($15,000,000) together, for $23.2mm in total. It must be noted that while VictoryBase Holdings controls and manages NY1 and NY1's assets, NY1's economic interest is held by a different class of units until the "Value Add" process is complete. Please read the Form-C to better understand this structure and if/when NY1's Class C units will be converted to Class A units of Holdings.