By pursuing a private market, direct investment strategy, Fundrise portfolios earn higher annual current income than public income-focused investments. The figure shown here represents the Q3 2017 currently declared dividends for the Fundrise Supplemental Income portfolio as compared to public market REIT ETFs and public market bond funds. To learn more about how we beat the indices, see our in-depth Performance Analysis Report.
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“Public Bonds” is the annualized dividend yield of the Vanguard Total Bond Market Index Fund, which is 2.31% as reported by vanguard.com on May 26, 2017. “Public Real Estate” is the annualized dividend yield of the Vanguard REIT ETF, which is 3.91% as reported by vanguard.com on May 26, 2017. “Fundrise” is the weighted average of the Q3 2017 daily distributions of each of the eDirect investments in the Fundrise “Supplemental Income” portfolio.
Average annualized returns only include returns of investments sponsored by Rise Companies Corp. and does not include returns, if any, of investments directly in Rise Companies Corp. itself.