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Introduction to Vessel

is a "home equity exchange" that lets owners of residential properties sell "shares" of the value of their properties to investors, who get and in return.
For property owners, Vessel is an to getting a or . For people with money to invest, it is an to or .

The following are the key components of how Vessel investments work:


These concepts are all brought together through our .

Other components worth understanding:

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A simple example (click the arrow next to “View Example” below) and the demonstrate how the math of this program works in practice. You may to go over the financial model and discuss this entire program.

First Topic:

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To offer a rough idea of how these investments work, see the example below, which shows results in different scenarios. As can be seen, as the property value (appreciation) increases, the annual payments and proceeds to investors from sale increase as well.

Assumptions
$
1000000
($1m)
: $
100000
($100k)
:
5
%
:
10
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Scenario
Property Sale Price
Avg. Annual Payments
Investor Proceeds From Sale
Total Cash Returned
IRR (%)
1
Depreciation (-2%/year)
$817,073
$4,529
$81,707
$131,524
3%
2
No Home Value Change
$1,000,000
$5,000
$100,000
$150,000
5%
3
Appreciation (+5%/year)
$1,628,895
$6,458
$162,889
$233,923
10%
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