Pawar Group Of Companies

Frequently Asked Questions





Are the investments secure?


Although no investment is guaranteed, one benefit of investing with Pawar Group Of Companies is that you are investing in physical assets around North America and India. Your investment is in an actual property as opposed to a stock or bond or other non-physical asset.

Is there an investment minimum?


Yes. The minimum investment is different for each investment.

How does the investment process work?


An investment is not final until all legal documents are signed and funding has been contributed and cleared. When an investor makes their investment, the money is held securely at a financial institution or law firm. Once the fundraising target is met and the real estate transaction is completed, the investor funds are transferred and the investment is now active. 

Once invested, how do investors get regular updates about their investments?


Pawar Group Of Companies will work with investors to provide timely updates shared with all investors at least quarterly or upon request. Updates will be provided via email. In addition, investors will receive tax documents every year that they have a distribution from a real estate investment with Pawar Group Of Companies.

Is my investment liquid?


No. The real estate investments found on Pawar Group Of Companies are private transactions in physical properties around North America or India. The investments are not traded on public stock exchanges and cannot be easily sold or traded.

You may be able to resell your investment security in a private transaction subject to restrictions that are specific to each investment.

When will I get my investment back?


Different properties have different expected hold periods. A hold period is the anticipated time investors will be involved with the investment until the underlying property is re-sold or the loan on it is paid off. It is important to read the offering documents for each investment opportunity for a deeper understanding of the hold period for each investment.