“I liked the ease of investing and good communications. I loved the ROI!”

Sheri and Mike Dierking

“Exceeded my expectations, this was my first syndication and I look forward to investing more”

Rebecca Fagenson

“I like the asset class, trust Scott’s expertise and appreciate the high returns!”

Lindsay Hambright

“It won’t take a long time to realize that if you’re looking for a secure, backed investment that will get you a better rate of return, this is something you need to take a look at…”

Armand D’Errico

“The team has great experience and history working with these large scale projects.”


“We love self storage and this is the closest we can get into the industry without direct ownership”

Xenia Hom

Hear What Others Have to Say...

"Self-storage is a unique asset class. It has a reputation of providing relatively high yields and has shown to be relatively resistant to recessions due to its lower declines and default ratios versus other asset classes."

- David Thompson, BiggerPockets

"One of the hallmarks of a recession is the movement of consumers into less spacious accommodations. As wages stagnate, and the employment picture gets grimmer, homeowners and renters tend to downgrade the size of their homes, but they still need a place to store their stuff. Self-storage facilities benefit from this demand and can see increased rental rates during a downturn."

- Ari Rastegar, SpareFoot

"Let’s assume you had $200,000 to invest in 1994 and put your money equally into two investments. One investment for $100,000 in a self-storage REIT and reinvested all earnings while you put another $100,000 into the S&P 500 and reinvested all dividends. By 2017, the self-storage REIT would have grown to $4,026,413 while your S&P 500 stock fund would have grown to $532,243. Self-storage outperformed the large capitalization stocks index by a whopping $3,494,170."

- David Thompson, Bigger Pockets

"The bottom line is that if we go into a bad housing market, people have to put their stuff somewhere. When the economy is good and people buy too much stuff they have to put it in storage. You're winning as the market goes down, and winning as the market goes up."

- Joel Cone, US News