Each investment contract has a contract length, usually 5 or 10 years. This is the maximum duration the property owner has to provide liquidity to investors through either a market sale of the property or through a buy-out of investors through an appraisal price.
Note that if the property owner opts to buy out investors (as opposed to selling the property in a market sale) within the first five years, the value of the property is determined as the greater of the appraised value and the original appraised value. This prevents property owners from taking advantage of a short-term housing market dip to buy out investors at a loss.
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